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.
A: Yes, the Labrox reader is ideal for performing ELISA assays. The readers can include luminescence, fluorescence and absorbance detection, covering all types of ELISA detection methods. In addition, the temperature control and shaking functions in the readers offer the option of performing whole protocols using only the reader, with […]
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: The Labrox Multimode reader comes with a factory pre-installed user interface that can be used to operate the reader and manage results. The GUI requires an Internet browser. Preferably Mozilla Firefox version 20 or higher or Internet Explorer version 10 or higher.
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.