A: Bottom reading is typically used in cell based experiments, when a lid or a plate seal is needed to prevent contamination or evaporation. Bottom reading can also be used in kinetic assays that require an injection such as calcium flux or ORAC.
A: Most types of plates (6, 24, 96, 384 and 1536) plus µDrop Plate and Petri dishes can be measured.
Labrox reader is ideal for performing ELISA assays.
A: A standard PC with Windows 7, 8 or 10 and 4 GB or more internal memory is required. The PC should have an internet browser (Mozilla Firefox version 20 or higher is recommended).
A: Please contact support(at)labrox.fi. We will strive to solve your problem as soon as possible.
A: Labrox reader is extremely accurate and sensitive with all listed plates types. Naturally different volumes and liquid height depending on the well size might affect overall accuracy and sensitivity.
A: The Labrox GUI assumes the user to enter the correct plate type using the Plate Editor.
A: The warranty period is 12 months.
A: Provided usage recommendations are followed, a Labrox reader average mean time between failure is approximately 7 years.