GE Healthcare Typhoon Trio Variable Mode Imager System
AMERICA North (USA-Canada-Mexico)
The Typhoon instrument is a variable-mode imager that produces digital images of radioactive,
fluorescent, or chemiluminescent samples.
The Typhoon instrument is available in several models.
The Typhoon Trio instrument contains three internal lasers (blue, green, and red).
Red, Blue, Green Laser Modules Built in
Image Quant and Scan Control Software loaded on computer
All Necessary Cables, Cords and Manuals
For DNA, RNA, and protein samples, users can choose from:
Storage phosphor autoradiography
Direct green (532 nm) excited fluorescence
Direct red (633 nm) excited fluorescence
Direct blue (488 nm) excited fluorescence
When one of the five scanning modes is selected, the appropriate optical components are automatically activated.
Typhoon imagers scan mounted and unmounted storage phosphor screens, gels and blots up to 35 x 43 cm as well as microarrays.
Typhoon imagers exhibit outstanding linearity and quantitative accuracy, and include ImageQuant TL Image Analysis Software.
Typhoon imagers are fully optimized as part of the Ettan DIGE system, and seamless integration with DeCyder Differential Analysis Software
is ensured for all models.
Special tray templates that are part of the latest scanner control software and new optional Gel Alignment Guides
add higher throughput and ease of handling 2-D gels run on Ettan DALT and SE600.