The Zephyr® G3 NGS workstation is a benchtop liquid handler designed to automate the construction of 48 to 96 next generation sequencing (NGS) libraries per day. The simplified user-interface and integrated hardware maximize laboratory productivity while reducing variability resulting from manual pipetting.
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For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.
Zephyr G3 NGS workstation protocols are available automating:
The Zephyr G3 NGS workstation produces sequence-ready samples with improved reproducibility and consistency while minimizing the labor-intensive steps associated with manual NGS sample preparation. With a walk-away solution and flexible sample processing (8 to 96 samples), the Zephyr G3 NGS workstation is an ideal solution for medium throughput labs enabling the parallel processing of 96 samples in less than eight hours.
The Zephyr G3 NGS workstation comes pre-configured with:
|Liquid Handling Options||Volume Range||Characteristic Performance||Tip Options|
|HV Pipetting Head(96 Channels)||1-200 μL||
1-5 μL: CV < 5%
5-200 μL: CV < 2%
|100 or 200 μL disposable tips|
|LV Pipetting Head(384 Channels)||0.5-25 μL||
0.5-2 μL: CV < 8%
2-25 μL: CV < 5%
|96,384 deep, or 384/1536 fixed cannula arrays 96 or 384 mandrel arrays for disposable tips Custom V&P Scientific Pin tools|
|Product Brand Name||Zephyr|
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