- Stock: SOLD
- Brand: GE Healthcare
- Product Code: 17529
Here is a GE ImageQuant LAS-4000 Biomolecular Fluorescence Image Analyzer Light Box Pred Amersham Imager 600 Unit4
This system is set up for the following studies
-Amersham ECL Plus
-Amersham ECL Advance
Made in 2010
Amersham Imager 600
This GE ImageQuant LAS-4000 Biomolecular Image Analyzer is in good working order.
Please see the exact video and photos below.
Testing we performed:
The GE ImageQuant LAS-4000 Biomolecular Image Analyzer passed all tests and was found to be fully functional:
Tested communication with software: PASSED
Tested performed CCD calibration: PASSED
Tested Flat Frame calibration: PASSED
Tested Epi-Illumination: PASSED
Tested White Transillumination: PASSED
Tested camera cool down to -25C: PASSED
Tested camera focus: PASSED
System consists of:
GE ImageQuant LAS-4000 Image Analyzer
FujiFilm Super CCD Camera w/an F0.85/43mm LAS High Sens Lens
(2x) Epi-White Lights
Trans Light Source/Trays:
White Light table
Dell Latitude i5 running ImageQuant LAS-4000 software ver1.2
Communication and power cables.
DOES NOT INCLUDE TEST PLATE USED IN THE PHOTOS
Configuration and Setup:
Image Resolution: 3074x2048, 6.3Mp
Illumination: White Light tansilluminator table and Epi-White Lights
Detection Modes: Visible white light imaging
Filters Lens: none
Power Requirements: 100-240V 50/60Hz
The video starts with a wide front view of the GE ImageQuant LAS-4000 Biomolecular Image Analyzer.
An image taken with epi white lights is shown. The interior is shown.
The camera moves 360 degrees around the GE ImageQuant LAS-4000 Biomolecular Image Analyzer showing all sides and the serial number.
This will ship via freight. Please contact us with your zip code to obtain shipping quote.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
Here we are showing you our standard packing process
1. All items are different, but they all follow the same principle when packaging.
2. Start with a well-constructed crate
A well-constructed crate would consist of 1/2” to 5/8” Plywood with framing. We generally purchase our crates from a third party who specializes in custom crates.
3. You always want the Instrument to not be directly on the wood deck of the crate. This is done by placing it on foam, inside of the crate. We use 2” 1.7 lb. density foam which works great. It provides cushioning and enough firmness to support the Instrument.
4. The next step is to make sure there is nothing on the deck of the Instrument and the Head/ Arm is secured. In some cases there will be multiple arms to secure but for this example there is only one. The reason for this is so there is no free movement during transit which could cause serious damage to the Instrument.
5. The next step is to make sure your Instrument is covered in either a pallet bag or shrink wrap so no dust or foreign object will get into the crate.
6. The next step is to secure the instrument inside the crate by bracing. We use a method of 2x4’s which have 1” foam shrink wrapped to them so no piece of wood touches the actual instrument.
7. Final step is to photograph everything inside the crate and then seal it with screws.
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To open a support case, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (508)974-4896.
Please provide your name, contact information, quotation/invoice number and a brief description of the issue that you are experiencing.
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Customers must retain all original shipping materials during the warranty period.