BS-010410-CA4 | Dry block heater and cooler with multiple block options (CH-100)
- Excellent alternative to ice buckets
- Peltier control of temperature range from -10°C to +100°C
- Aluminium block options for 0.5 mL, 1.5 mL or 2 mL microcentrifuge tubes
- LCD temperature display
- Touch pad control
- Lid to provide operator protection and increased temperature stability
The BioSan CH-100 dry block heater and cooler is an ideal alternative to ice buckets for keeping samples and reagents cool while on the lab bench. The instrument can be configured with one of three different aluminium block options (please see below).
The heating/cooling range for the CH-100 is from -10°C to +100°C and the current and set temperatures are shown on an LCD display. The lid of the dry block bath can be closed to provide operator protection from hot blocks and to increase temperature stability. The unit is controlled through a touch pad.
Heating and cooling times to reach specific temperatures are as follows:
|From +25°C to +37°C
|From +25°C to +100°C
|From +25°C to -10°C
|From +100°C to -10°C
The following versions of the CH-100 are available with the listed blocks below:
|CH-100 with block for 20 x 0.5 mL and 12 x 1.5 mL microtubes
|CH-100 with block for 20 x 1.5 mL microtubes
|CH-100 with block for 20 x 2 mL microtubes
|Temperature setting range
|-10°C to +100°C
|Temperature setting resolution
|Temperature control range
|30°C below ambient to +100°C
|Temperature uniformity at 37°C
|1 minute to 96 hours in increments of 1 minute or continuous
|Three (please see above)
|Instrument dimensions (W x D x H)
|240 mm x 260 mm x 165 mm
|Input: 100 - 240 VAC 50/60 Hz | Output: 12 VDC
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