Viewing cabinet for gel analysis by Spectroline

Spectronics' (Westbury, NY) CL-150 Series of workstations, consisting of the Spectroline CL-150 and CL-151, enable lab technicians to view, analyze and photograph fluorescent samples with both epi-illumination and trans-illumination light sources. A removable bottom panel allows either unit to be placed directly over the transilluminator. The 25-watt white light bulb in the cabinet provides visible illumination for easy sample preparation.

Researchers can use the safety viewing eyepiece or substitute a "snap-on" camera adapter for photography. Simply place the GL-1201 adapter onto the cabinet in place of the eyepiece to produce superior quality digital images.

The CL-150 cabinet is able to accommodate large electrophoresis gels and up to four 8" x 8" (20 x 20cm) TLC plates. It can be used with any of the Spectroline X- and XX-series 15-watt UV lamps (separately available). The CL-151 is identical to the CL-150, but is equipped with the XX-15NF lamp, which has separate 15-watt long-wave (365nm) and short-wave (254nm) UV tubes.

Felt curtains allow easy access to the cabinet interior while blocking out external light. Housing dimensions are 17.5W x 20.25L x 9.75"H (44.5 x 51.4 x 24.8cm). Both cabinets are made out of rugged aluminum with a chemical-resistant polyurethene coating.

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Spectroline CL-150 Series workstations

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