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LightOx PhotoReact 365

AC/DC input

(US and UK plug types included)
100 / 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz

diam. × H

21.0 cm × 18.5 cm

General description

The LightOx PhotoReact 365 is a benchtop instrument that provides even, directed and reproducible UV illumination at 365 nm suitable for photochemical and photobiological reactions. The user can control parameters of intensity and energy delivery rate and time. LED health over time is monitored using
an in-built UV sensor enabling the user to produce rapid, reproducible results. This instrument is suitable for high-throughput screening in multiwell plates, providing researchers with a tool to screen high numbers of compounds and reactions essential for drug discovery.

Features and Benefits
  • The PhotoReact 365 is a bench top instrument for the acceleration of photochemical and photobiological reactions
  • Instrument suitable for use with a standard size culture multi-well plate (85.5 mm x 128 mm) or single 95 mm round dish
  • User selected light output from 0 mW/cm2 to maximum (approx. 13.0 mW/cm2)
  • Variance less than 1mW/cm2 (at 100% power) and 0.5 mW/cm2 (at 50% power) across the well plate surface
  • User control of total power output
  • Light intensity and temperature monitors included that that records measurements every second during operation
  • Data export as .csv files
  • Device has locking lid that reduces user exposure to harmful light rays

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