7018003 | TAS thermal cycler diagnostic and validation system with 48 variable position temperature probes


The Hain Lifescience TAS thermal cycler validation system provides powerful diagnostic tools which enable a user to analyze every aspect of their thermal cycler's performance. Temperature profiles are collected and displayed by the TAS data acquisition and analysis software simultaneously and in real-time from the highly sensitive temperature probes located in the probe plate. 

These recordings provide information on thermal block accuracy and temperature uniformity, gradient operation, ramp rates, and performance at set temperatures as the thermal cycler performs a standard or gradient protocol. 

TAS systems are also ideal for developing new or optimizing existing protocols to ensure the most efficient amplification of scarce samples and use of expensive reagents.

TAS variable probe systems can be purchased with 8, 16 or 48 precision temperature probes and can be used to analyse the temperature performance of 96- or 384-well block thermal cyclers. The variable probe format allows probes to be placed in any of the 96 positions in the probe plate so that temperature measurements can be made from all 96 wells in a thermal block. Additional or replacement probes can be purchased separately.

This TAS system includes a controller, a variable probe plate with eight temperature probes (variable plate with 96 probes shown), a reference probe, a weight, bellows, acquisition and analysis software, cables, and a sturdy metal carrying case.

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Advance Scientific Products Pty Ltd is based in Queensland and is focused on delivering high-quality products and service to our customers in the life and analytical sciences across Australia.

The company was established in 2013 by experienced instrumentation specialists to provide full distribution and customer support capability to manufacturers seeking to expand their activities in Australia without having to create their own sales and marketing infrastructure.