Electrophoresis omniPAC Power Supply Range

Cleaver Scientific provides a comprehensive range of omniPAC power supplies for almost any electrophoresis application. Each power supply benefits from a small foot print area occupying minimal bench space for efficient use of laboratory space and is dual voltage for full portability.

nanoPAC-300 Mini

DBP_4322shadowThe nanoPAC-300 Mini is the smallest power supply within the omniPAC range. With maximum 300 volt and 400 milliamp constant voltage and current outputs, the nanoPAC-300 is capable of running Cleaver Scientific horizontal multi sub and vertical OmniPage Mini Systems.

nanoPAC-300 Mini Features

omniPAC Midi CS-300V

CS-300V AWith nearly twice the current and power, the market leader’s equivalent unit at 700 milliamps and 150 watts, the omniPAC Midi CS-300V offers a specification comparable to any midi power supply presently available on the market.

The CS-300V is ideal for use with all Cleaver Scientific horizontal and vertical systems as well as specialist comet assay, clinical and high throughput horizontal electrophoresis techniques – it’s our general purpose best-seller.

omniPAC Midi CS-300V Features

omniPAC Maxi CS-500V and CS-3AMP Power Supplies

CS-500V BThe omniPAC Maxi CS-500V for specialist PAGE applications :

With a maximum 500 volts, 800 milliamps and 300 watt voltage current and power output, the omniPAC CS-500V Maxi is an excellent general purpose power supply that fits the broadest range of electrophoresis applications.

The omniPAC Maxi CS-500V can run as many as four units under a constant or programmable setting.

CS-3AMPThe omniPAC Maxi CS-3AMP High Current Power Supply

At 300 volts, 3000 milliamps, 300 watts, the omniPAC Maxi CS-3AMP is designed for virtually all high current electrophoresis applications. The CS-3AMP’s higher current output capability is perfect for electroblotting units with high intensity plate electrodes.


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