Plate Readers

  • MOLECULAR DEVICE M5

    MOLECULAR DEVICE M5

    Description:

    The upgradeable SpectraMax M5 Multi-Mode Microplate Reader comes with the standard five modes of detection with the upgrade option to add HTRF at a later time. Your applications, your modes, your choice.

  • Molecular Device M5e

    Molecular Device M5e

    Description:

    The Molecular Device M5e has assay flexibility where the optical system uses two scanning monochromators so you can determine the optimal excitation and emission settings, resulting in assay performance similar to that of dedicated single-mode readers. It has better absorbance accuracy, where measuring sample depth with no temperature dependency. The instrument has increased throughput and can hold up to 50 plates. 

  • Molecular Device M2e

    Molecular Device M2e

    Description:

    The SpectraMax M2e are multidetection microplate readers with dual-monochromators, dual-mode cuvette ports, and top- and bottom-reading capability. The detection modalities include absorbance and fluorescence intensity. The instrument provides easy conversion and optimization of very low throughput to medium high throughput assays, faster, and more precise results and reagent savings. The combined absorbance and fluorescence intensity assays can be run by issuing a single read command. 

  • SPECTRAMAX I3X

    SPECTRAMAX I3X

    Description:

    The SpectraMax i3 Platform from Molecular Devices is a multi-mode detection system that evolves with your future needs and offers an unlimited breadth of application possibilities. The Spectramax i3x Multi-Mode Microplate Reader measures absorbance, fluorescence, and luminescence with available upgrades including western blot, cell imaging, and fast kinetics with injectors plus additional detection modes.

  • SpectraMax 384 Plus

    SpectraMax 384 Plus

    Description:

    The SpectraMax 384 Plus lets you get absorbance measurements from 190 to 1000 nm quickly for samples in test tubes, cuvettes, and 96- or 384-well microplates. Monochromator wavelength selection saves you the time and trouble of ever having to change out filters. Typical applications for this powerful reader include DNA and RNA quantification, enzyme kinetic assays, and ELISA based assays.

  • SPECTRAMAX 340

    SPECTRAMAX 340

    Description:

    The SpectraMax® 340 Absorbance Microplate Reader from Molecular Devices provides the necessary tools for absorbance measurement in the visible range. Features showcased by this model include temperature control, a robotics-compatible interface and Data Analysis Software.

  • SPECTRAMAX 190

    SPECTRAMAX 190

    Description:

    SpectraMax 190 Absorbance Microplate Reader just like a dual-beam spectrophotometer — to eliminate error due to variations in optical fiber light output. It includes many benefits such as: eliminated the need for concentration curves with PathCheck Sensor, interface with the latest stat-of-the-art SoftMax Pro software, ensures performance with validation tools, and tunes in your performance for assays in UV/Vis spectrum. 

  • MD GEMINI EM PLATE READER

    MD GEMINI EM PLATE READER

    Description:

    The Gemini EM Microplate Spectrofluorometer from Molecular Devices provides a flexible environment to determine the optimal excitation and emission settings for most fluorescent intensity assays. The Gemini EM reader with dual monochromators allows researchers to try new and novel dyes without having to purchase expensive filter sets.

    Fully Re-furbished, calibration / alignment to factory standard.

    90 day warranty.

  • Molecular Device Gemini EM Plate Reader

    Molecular Device Gemini EM Plate Reader

    Description:

    The Gemini EM Microplate Readers with dual monochromators provides a flexible environment to determine the optimal excitation and emission settings for fluorescence intensity assays. Multiple-point well scanning optimizes cell-based assay sensitivity. Comparison of relative fluorescence units between samples is allowed by a unique calibration against an internal standard. Temperature-sensitive reactions are monitored with consistent temperature regulation from ambient to 45°C.