Opentrons OT-2 Liquid Handler

SKU: 3362892

$3,500.00

1 in stock

Description

The Opentrons OT-2 is a high-precision, open-source liquid handler designed to be easy for scientists to use and flexible enough to automate many application workflows. This robot and its accompanying automation platform are used to automate hundreds of protocols and workflows in genomics, proteomics, cell-based assays, and drug discovery.  

**Left clear panel is missing. Does NOT include and pipettes. 

**Software for OT-2 is FREE on the following website: https://opentrons.com/ot-app/

Manufacture Specification 

Key Features

  • Flexible open-source platform 
    • Self-serve unboxing and installation 
    • Reagent agnostic
    • Plug-and-play setup with access to protocol libraries to enable immediate assay implementation
    • Easily integrates to your existing instruments
    • Compatible with ANSI/SBS compliant or automation friendly tubes, microplates, deep-well plates, reservoirs and adapters
  • LED indicator provide users feedback, diagnosis & troubleshooting aid on instrument power state, system processing, ethernet and network connectivity
  • 11 deck slots enable countless configurations. Deck slots are compatible with standard SBS dimensions.

Pipette Configurations

  • Single and multi-channel pipetting. 2-pipette mounts, for a configuration of 1 or 2 single or 8-channel pipettes. Pipettes are easily interchangeable.

 

Additional information

Weight 98 lbs
Dimensions 32 × 35 × 36 in
Make Opentrons
Model OT-2
Serial N/A
Working Working
Item Condition Used
Includes Power Cord
Warranty 30-Day Warranty, 100% Parts and Labor
Voltage 120V/220V
hertz 50Hz/60Hz

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