Detection

In 1950, Eppendorf introduced its first photometer to the market. The current portfolio demonstrates our expertise in photometry and enables you to select combinations of devices and accessories from a large range of products. The Eppendorf Detection product line allows for easy and efficient molecular analyses that include nucleic acid and protein quantification, kinetic studies, ELISAs and fluorescence detection. Additionally, microvolume measurements are possible in all of our detection instruments with the µCuvette G1.0.
Photometers are within the top 10 most commonly used general laboratory equipment. Thus, photometric analysis are among the most frequently used applications in modern laboratories and are often found at the very beginning of a lab workflow. Subsequent tests are consequently prepared according to photometric determinations. If these determinations are based on incorrect data, the errors could accumulate exponentially throughout the workflow and, in worst case scenario, generate inaccurate results. That is precisely why dependable and accurate photometric measuring results are extremely important. And since photometric measurements can only be as good as the combination of instrument and accessory, the choice of cuvette is just as crucial as the selection of the correct instrument itself.
Although the Eppendorf BioSpectrometers and BioPhotometer D30 offer a unique level of flexibility, they are extremely easy to use. The newly developed intuitive user guidance has been awarded the “USEWARE Prize from the Association of German Engineers /Association of German Electrical Engineers and the Association for Measuring and Automation Technology for excellent user-friendly design of innovative technology.” The optimized menu navigation guides you through the individual methods step by step. All required entries are visible so no essential data will be omitted. A help box explains the operational sequences and is available in 5 different languages. Furthermore, the software also allows users to easily access pre-programmed methods – a feature which has already proven its value many times over with Eppendorf photometers.