The G:BOX Chemi XRQ gel doc system features a next generation CCD camera which has higher quantum efficiency (QE) and with lower noise levels, makes this system the perfect choice for extended fluorescence applications and chemiluminescent Western blots. Like all Syngene systems, it is powered by the groundbreaking GeneSys automatic control software. GeneSys now has an improved interface making rapid image capture even easier, along with a unique user protocol feature enabling one-click selection of commonly used methods.
The G:BOX Chemi XRQ gel doc system features 4 million pixel imaging utilising one of Syngene’s brand new CCD cameras. As with all Syngene Chemi systems, cameras are cooled to provide virtually noise free images with perfect backgrounds. Whether using the system for standard fluorescence applications such as DNA, or for chemiluminescence imaging, the G:BOX Chemi XRQ gel doc will give you high quality results.
The stylish design with modular construction includes motor-driven lenses and filter wheels with the option of including a range of lighting choices for both Epi and transillumination applications. Syngene has just introduced the new high intensity HI-LEDs option for the G:BOX range, resulting in superior imaging performance for your fluorescence applications.
Check the status of an image capture and access your recently captured images from any computer, smartphone or tablet on the same network as G:BOX Chemi XRQ gel doc system using the new "Status Link" feature. This is ideal for any busy laboratory.
The system comes complete with unlimited copies of GeneTools analysis software.