UV Ultraviolet Crosslinkers | CX-2000
UVP/Analytik Jena UV Crosslinkers offer researchers an instrument to quickly, safely and efficiently expose samples to a controlled amount of ultraviolet radiation. The CX2000 has a pull out drawer.
Exposure of samples to UV provides for the following:
• Crosslinking of DNA or RNA to nitrocellulose, nylon or reinforced nitrocellulose.
• PCR sample contamination control.
• Photoniking of DNA
• Testing RecA function
• Rapid site mapping
• UV sterilization and sanitization
• UV curing
The Crosslinkers are designed to measure and control the ultraviolet (UV) radiation within the exposure chamber. A unique UV sensor continually measures the UV energy and automatically adjusts to variations in UV intensity that occurs as the UV tubes age. This same UV sensor feedback measurement system allows you to set UV sample exposure, which automatically deactivates the UV sources when the set UV energy dose has been achieved.
Controls: Touch pad
UV exposure output: 120,000 microjoules or 5 minutes (adjustable); maximum UV energy setting of 999,900 microjoules per cm2
Watts: 8 watt
CX-2000 - 254nm
Exterior: 15D x 17.5W x 9.75H in. (381 x 445 x 248mm)
Interior: 11.4W x 11.3D x 3.6H in. (290 x 287 x 91mm
NRTL Certification: ETL