The omniDOC series of gel documentation and analysis systems from Cleaver Scientific provide researchers with a quick, simple and flexible solution for their gel documentation needs in a compact and affordable benchtop unit.

Uniquely combining high performance, leading edge features and affordability the omniDOC series provide an easy-to-use, yet powerful gel imaging system that satisfies the needs of most laboratories. The omniDOCi shares all the same features as the standard omniDOC but with the added benefit of wireless connectivity enabling the system to be run in a darkroom from a remote PC or tablet.

At the heart of each omniDOC system is an auto-exposure 5 megapixel camera, based upon a high sensitivity CMOS sensor that provides instantaneous high resolution gel imaging. This combined with an integral slide-out UV transilluminator, and optional blue epi-illumination module and white light table, makes the omniDOC suitable for documentation and analysis of almost all fluorescent...

Imaging applications are made easy by the pre-focused camera that requires little or no adjustment. The simple omniDOC 'one-click' image acquisition and analysis software intuitively guides the user through each step of the gel documentation process.

A front LED indicator panel provides an at-a-glance check the light source in use and the viewing screen with universal filter and spring-loaded cover facilitates safe and convenient gel inspection.

Cleaver Scientific Ltd is a leader in the design and manufacture of innovative electrophoresis equipment and related products for the life science market and general plastic fabrication and assembly. Based in the UK – Cleaver Scientific maintains an experienced manufacturing and technical team enabling it to offer custom, bespoke designed and manufactured units as well as its standard product range. The ISO 9001 accredited company is committed to total customer satisfaction through continuous improvement in its people, products and processes.

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