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MJ Bio-Rad DNA Engine Tetrad 2 Peltier Thermal Cycler PTC Alpha Well Blocks

Tested by Knowledgeable Technician with No Issues
$1,000.00
AdID: 14492

Availability: In stock

Details

Complete 2 Peltier Thermal Cycler
All Blocks Heat to 94 Degrees C
Good Cosmetic and Working Condition

What is special about this Thermal Cycler?
Designed by a team of molecular biologists and engineers, the

DNA Engine Tetrad 2 cycler delivers multi-block thermal cycling with superior thermal performance. It’s programmable which makes it ideal for multiple protocols and accommodating multiple users.

The Tetrad 2 cycler is a completely redesigned and updated version of the
original Tetrad chassis. It delivers the same precision in thermal
performance as the DNA Engine Dyad, allowing easy transport of protocols
among platforms.

How was this cycler tested?
Our knowledgeable technician ran a test that heated the blocks up to
94 Degrees C and then slowly lowered the heat down for the rest of the
cycle.
Each of the 4 blocks was able to hold at the desired set temperature.

What kind of condition is this in?
All of the lids were opened and closed, tightened and loosened with no issues or problems found. Cosmetically this is in good condition with normal wear and is a good working unit ready to work for you.

This cycler has the power cord included and uses a big block cable.

Manufacturer

MJ Bio-Rad

Model

Tetrad 2

Block Type

ALS1296

Serial Numbers

AL099553
AL099577
AL069772
AL023612

Power Requirement

200-240V, 50/60Hz, 3200W

Dimensions
(WxDxH)


18 x 24 x 9 in

 















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