The EpiSonic 2000 sonication system is the ultimate sonication-based instrument with integrated cooling for DNA shear and chromatin shear applications. This sonicator is designed for the simultaneous and optimized processing of 1 to 12 samples in small volumes of microliter level (optimal at 15 µl volume), making it an ideal solution for next-generation sequencing due to its high consistency and sheer uniformity.
Features at a Glance
The EpiSonic 2000 incorporates Digitally Adaptive Sonocavitation (DAS) technology to efficiently process DNA and chromatin samples, with the following key features:
- Simple input and controls
- Simultaneous sonication of up to 12 samples
- 10 minutes to cut 12 samples at 300 bp (50 sec/sample)
- Reproducible and consistent fragments
- Closed container processing
- Easy installation and maintenance.
- Continuous cooling system
- 20-month warranty
- The highlights of the EpiSonic 2000 include the following:
- Generates fragments compatible with Illumina, Ion Torrent, 454, and Pacific Biosciences platforms.
- Generates tight and highly reproducible fragment distributions.
- Capable of achieving uniform chunk sizes between 150 bps and 20 KBS.
- Meets “scientist’s requirements” for a low-cost, flexible, higher-performance, and easy-to-use design.
- It eliminates operator-induced variations, improves recovery performance, increases efficiency, and provides results that can be standardized.
- Model Number 2000
- Input voltage 100-120 VAC or 220-240 VAC at 50/60 Hz
- Rated power 750 watts
- Programmable timer up to 10 hours
- Operating frequency 20 kHz
- timer control Digital
- Throughput capacity up to 12
- Cooler Dimensions 7.5 “L x 5” W x 7 “H (7.5” L x 5 “W x 7” H)
- Generator Dimensions 15.25 “L x 8” W x 8.5 “H (38.7 cm x 20.3 cm x 21.6 cm)
- Cabinet Dimensions 25.5cm x 25.5cm x 42cm (10 “L x 10” W x 16.5 “H)
- Operating environment temperature: 39 ° -95 ° F (4 ° -35 ° C)
- Relative humidity 20-90% (non-condensing)
- For inside use only
- Manufacturing origin USA
- Warranty period 20 months