Labnet Prism™ R Refrigerated Microcentrifuge
Powerful brushless motors and intuitive control panel make the Prism™ R Refrigerated Microcentrifuge a premier choice for Labnet customers.
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|Prism R™ Refrigerated MicroCentrifuge
|with 24 place rotor, 115V
|Prism™ R Refrigerated MicroCentrifuge
|with 24 place rotor, 230V
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|Individual adapters for 0.5 or 0.6 mL tubes, pack of 6
|Individual adapters for 0.4 mL tubes, pack of 6
|Individual adapters for 0.2 mL tubes, pack of 6
|StripSpin™ adapter for 0.2 ml tubes and strips
|500 to 13,500 rpm
|17,135 x g
|24 x 1.5/2.0 mL
|0.5 to 99 minutes or continuous, "Quick” button for momentary operation
|-10° to 40°C
|Dimensions (W x D x H)
|10.9 x 17.75 x 9.75 in/27.7 x 45 x 24.75 cm
|44 lb/20 kg
|230V~, 50 Hz or 120V~, 60 Hz
The Prism™ R refrigerated microcentrifuge is the premier model of Labnet's microcentrifuge product line. The unit features powerful brushless motor and an intuitive control panel.
The Prism R is the refrigerated microcentrifuge model that incorporates a powerful cooling system that maintains temperatures as low as -10°C and can reach 4°C in less than eight minutes.
Speed is easily set and displayed in either rpm or rcf. Operation of the unit can be timed, continuous, or momentary using the "Quick" button. Vibration free operation is ensured by an isolation system. In the event of a significant imbalance, operation of the centrifuge is automatically stopped for safety. Deceleration at the end of a run is very quick, but will not disrupt samples.
These microcentrifuges are supplied with a uniquely designed 24 x 1.5 / 2.0 mL rotor that allows easy access to the tops of the sample tubes. Individual tube slots in the solid aluminum rotor support tubes along their length and contain the sample in the event of tube failure. Adapters are available for smaller tubes as well as PCR strips. The rotor is seated on a tapered shaft which facilitates easy removal for cleaning and autoclaving.
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