The world’s first Magnetic Induction qPCR Cycler.
The box is small. The ideas are big.
Mic uses a patented magnetic induction technology to achieve heating and forced airflow for cooling. This means faster heating and cooling times. Back that up with a robust optical system that reads all four channels simultaneously and running multichannel assays has never been quicker.
*Assays designed toward cDNA targets with short amplicon sizes and using fast cycling compatible polymerases
Mic’s spinning aluminium rotor gives unsurpassed temperature uniformity during dynamic and static operations. All other block-based cyclers only promise static uniformity, which could lead to inaccurate data, as samples aren’t heated and cooled equally. You might think this level of accuracy requires constant calibration, but Mic’s good to go right out of the box. You don’t need to calibrate - ever.
Mic takes up less space on the bench than your lab book. And weighing in at just 2kg, this is the most portable qPCR cycler on the market. Even four Mic’s stacked together take up less bench space than your current cycler.
Multiple Mics can be operated from one workstation so 48 becomes 96, and 96 becomes 192. Bluetooth technology means fewer cables too.
|Dimensions||130mm (265mm lid open) x 150mm x 150mm|
|Power Supply||100-240 VAC, 50 / 60Hz 4.0 A|
|Temperature Accuracy||± 0.25 °C|
|Temperature Uniformity||± 0.05 °C|
|Ramp Rate||max. 4 °C / s|
|Temperature Range||40-99 °C|
|Excitation Light Sources||High Power LEDs|
|Channels||2 or 4|
|Green||Ex 465nm Em 510nm|
|Yellow||Ex 540nm Em 570nm|
|Orange||Ex 585nm Em 618nm|
|Red||Ex 635nm Em 675nm|
|Measuring Time||1 second|
|Vessels per Unit||48|
|Reaction Volume||10-25 µL|
|Ambient Temperature||18 - 35 °C|
|Relative Humidity||20 - 80%|