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Alpha Innotech (San Leandro, Calif.) recently released the AlphaArchiverTM 600 Gel Documentation System, designed as an entry-level solution for documentation and archiving of gels, films, and membranes. The system is also fully upgradeable. Utilizing the finest CCD camera technology and optics to capture realtime (30 fps) images, setting a standard for the Life Sciences industry, the AlphaArchiver 600 achieves 762 (v) x 494 (h) pixel resolution and greater than 65 db signal-to-noise ratio, cre

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Alpha Innotech (San Leandro, Calif.) recently released the AlphaArchiverTM 600 Gel Documentation System, designed as an entry-level solution for documentation and archiving of gels, films, and membranes. The system is also fully upgradeable.

Utilizing the finest CCD camera technology and optics to capture realtime (30 fps) images, setting a standard for the Life Sciences industry, the AlphaArchiver 600 achieves 762 (v) x 494 (h) pixel resolution and greater than 65 db signal-to-noise ratio, creating an ideal solution for high sensitivity life science applications. The AlphaArchiver 600 can also perform low light, chemiluminescence applications with the addition of the new DE-300 EconoImageª Light Cabinet or the DE-400 MultiImageª Light Cabinet. It is also available with several printing options for hard copy results in seconds rather than minutes. For versatility in image acquisition, the AlphaArchiver 600 includes a custom designed, fully integrated software package for powerful image documentation and archiving in most...

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