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The ThermoBrite System is a programmable, open system that automates the denaturation and hybridization steps in slide-based FISH procedures and provides walk-away convenience for laboratory personnel. The low cost unit accepts a wide range of sample types, is easy to use, and reduces hands-on time by more than 50% while ensuring overall precision and accuracy in all slide-based assays.
User Programmable Settings
Easy To Use
More Stringent Temperature Control
The ThermoBrite System holds up to 12 slides. The lid seals tightly when closed providing optimal chamber humidity. The system maintains uniform temperature across all slide positions. Slides can be easily added or removed with one hand. The numeric keypad allows for easy programming with 40 user programmable settings and 3 modes of operation: Denaturation/ Hybridization, Hybridization, and Fixed Temperature.
|ThermoBrite System Technical Specifications|
|Dimensions||Height 146mm (5 5/16 inches)
Width 228 mm (8 5/16 inches)
Depth 451 mm (17 3/4 inches)
Weight 8.5 kg (18.7 lbs)
|Processing Time||Programmable 0 to 100 hours
|Power||120 VAC at 3A
240 VAC at 1.6A
|Temperature Control||Programmable 30-99°C|
|Ambient Operating Temperature||5-40°C (41-104°F)|
|Ambient Operating Humidity||20-80% relative|
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