The Top Performer Among real-time PCR Thermal Cyclers
Do you rely on low operating costs, fast analysis times, and obtaining the best results – all at a high sample volume? Our qTOWER³ product portfolio raises your real-time PCR workflow to the next level. Reduce your number of repeat analyses, increase your analysis speed, and significantly reduce your cost per sample in the process. The qTOWER³ thermal cycler also provides you with state-of-the-art heating technology and temperature homogeneity, which is immediately reflected in more accurate results.
- Patented fiber optic system ensures maximum experimental reproducibility in all block positions
- Innovative sample block technology for the best thermal well-to-well uniformity
- Expandable filter module system for maximum flexibility
- qPCRsoft package for easy control and operation
Superior temperature performance by proven block technology
The sample block forms the basis for the reliable performance of quantitative real-time PCR analysis. Powered by proven Biometra block technology, high quality block materials and advanced Peltier technology provide unsurpassed temperature control accuracy and excellent temperature uniformity across the qTOWER³ sample block for either 96 or up to 384 samples. This not only provides excellent data accuracy, but shortens the run times of qPCR programs, contributing to complete user confidence. To ensure highest specificity for different assays, the instrument is equipped with a gradient function. Depending on the cycler model, the temperature gradient function allows the evaluation of 12 or 24 annealing temperatures to determine the best reaction conditions for multiple primer sets in a single run to ensure efficient specific amplification of all targets.
- Excellent temperature uniformity across the entire sample block
- Exceptional heating and cooling rates for faster cycling times
- Advanced gradient tool allows a temperature spread of 40 °C/24 °C to evaluate 12 to 24 annealing temperatures in a single run
- Easy transfer of results thanks to largely linear temperature steps from column to column