Eppendorf™ Model 5810 Centrifuge and Rotor Packages
The workhorse of the lab with user friendly operation and maximum versatility
Manufacturer: Eppendorf™ 022627007
For medium to high through-put applications including high capacity for cell culture and clinical applications, high-speed for separating cell lysates and a microcentrifuge for nucleic acid purifications.
- Speed, rcf, and radius correction values can be entered by the user
- Values can be changed during centrifugation
- Speed can be set from 220-14,000rpm (20,817xG) to maximum speed in increments of 10 rpm
- Selectable program memory for up to 35 individual user programs
- Adjustable speed short spin button for quick runs
- “at set rpm” for even more reproducable results
- 10 acceleration and 10 braking ramps for sensitive sample material
- Low-profile 11.2 in/28 cm access height for easy sample loading and unloading
- Automatic rotor recognition senses rotor type to set maximum allowable speedensures safety—fast, simple programming of time, temperature (refrigerated models), speed/ g-force and radius value
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Max. power requirement: 900w
Power supply: 230V 50/60Hz.
Dimensions (L × W × H): 24.0 × 21.0 × 13.0 in. (61 × 54 × 33cm)
Weight:: 150 lb. (68 kg)
|20,817 x g|
|4 × 250mL Rotor|
|150 lb. (68 kg)|
|Series 5810 Package|
|120 V 50/60 Hz|
|13 x 21 x 24 in. (33 x 54 x 61 cm)|
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