• Microspin 12 High-speed Microcentrifuge

    Compact high-speed benchtop mini centrifuge with a built-in rotor for 12 x 1.5/2ml microtubes. Ideal for biomedical laboratories.

    • Centrifugation speed: 100-14 500 rpm, RCF 12 400xg
    • Fixed angular aluminium rotor accommodates 12 x 1.5/2 ml microtubes, supplied with adapters for 0.2ml and 0.5ml tubes
    • Timed operation (1 to 30 minutes), with automatic switch-off
    • Suitable to use in cold rooms at operating ambient temperatures from +4°C to +25°C
    • Metal protective inserts inside the lid and casing, automatic imbalance switch-off and locking of a lid provide safe operation
    • Constant airflow around the rotor reduces risk of samples overheating during centrifugation
    • Simple push-buttons and a clear 2-line LCD status display shows actual and set values of time, set and actual speed and relative centrifugal force (g-force)
    • Rotor imbalance diagnostics: automatic stop, “imbalance” warning
    • Compact design and quiet in operation – fits neatly  and unobtrusively into the workspace
    • Quick spin function – Now starting from 15 seconds

    Applications

    Life science – multiple applications including extracting of DNA/RNA samples, sedimentation biological components, biochemical and chemical analyses of microsamples

    Specifications

    Dimensions (h x d x w)125 x 240 x 200
    Max RCF (bottom of tube)12,400
    Speed (centrifuge tubes)100-14,500
    Operation time15 seconds – 30 minutes
    Run-up timemaximum 20 seconds
    Run-down timemaximum 10 seconds
    Capacity – 12 x 1.5ml/2ml microtubes
    Adaptors for 12 x 0.5ml microtubes
    Adaptors for 12 x 0.2ml microtubes
    Display2 line x 16 character LCD
    Maximum noise61.2
    External Power supplyInput AC 120-230V, 50/60Hz Output DC 12V
    Power consumption60W (2.5A)
    Input voltage24Vc
    Weight3.5kg

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