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Quickly Move Samples between Formats

Pipet-Lite XLS Adjustable Spacer

Pipet-Lite XLS Adjustable Spacer

Its speed, ease and accuracy make it ideal for Genomic, Proteomic, Tissue Culture and Cell Culture applications. For example, aspirate samples from micro-centrifuge tubes, turn the spacing knob, and dispense into a 24, 48, or 96-well plate. Like all Pipet-Lite XLS models, its embedded RFID tag enables advanced calibration tracking when used with the optional reader and software.

Fast Spacing Change
A continuously variable spacing mechanism lets you quickly set spacing between the channels to any value between 9 and 19 mm (6 channels) or 9 and 14 mm (8 channels), at the same time ensuring identical spacing between all channels.

Reproducible Nozzle Spacing
Two controls, Limit and Spacing,allow smooth, precise and lockable adjustment. Set the desired spacing with the Limit control and change to the set point with the Spacing control. Easy-to-read millimeter scale provides a visual aid to spacing without guessing.

Absolutely consistent sample pickup
Patented LTS tip and nozzle design provides exceptionally easy multichannel tip mounting. Perfect sealing – first time, every time – without rocking or hand-tightening. Try it – you’ll be amazed how easy it is to get absolutely consistent sample pickup across all channels.

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