Look no further – you’ve found the ultra of ultracentrifuges: the Optima XPN. No other floor-model preparative ultracentrifuge offers this level of design, functionality, and performance. Possessing all of the attributes of our entry-level model, the XE, the Optima XPN boasts additional enhancements that will simplify use, optimize control and security, and increase productivity. You’ll applaud its intelligent user interface, networking and remote control capabilities, and energy efficiency. And of course, our total system design backed by our exclusive rotors, labware, and unparalleled service.
Large Touch-screen Display Easy to read and navigate. Viewable from across the lab. Intuitive graphical interface with on-screen help. Multilingual software for error-free operation. Improved Power Tolerance Maintains runs during power fluctuations. Handles a wider tolerated range of 180 VAC to 264 VAC. Tracks power interruption data to convey if parameters remained within an acceptable range. Security and tracking features Manage rotor life by serial number. Track detailed usage history. Password protection and electronic signatures help you maintain chain of custody and compliance. Remote Monitoring and Control Saves time. Start, stop, and monitor from computer or smart phone. Receive diagnostic alerts via e-mail. Real-time Run Graphing Plots speed and temperature over time, allowing you to track and record progress. Powerful On-board Simulation and Calculation Tools Saves time and samples. Proprietary software optimizes protocols before running to ensure maximum efficiency. Quickly perform common calculations and conversions. Energy Efficient Regenerative braking returns energy to local circuit reducing utility costs. Highly efficient thermoelectric cooling results in lower power consumption. Uses the same amount of power as a 60-watt light bulb while idling. Quiet-drive Technology Designed for lowest drive noise – this is the quietest floor model on the market. Operates at less than 51dBA. Total System Design The Optima XPN, its rotors and its labware are designed, manufactured, and tested as an integrated system to ensure optimal performance and safety for your lab.
|Maximum RCF||694000 xg|
|Maximum Speed||90000 rpm|
|Noise Level||51 dB|
|Power Requirements||200–240V, 30 A, 50/60 Hz|
8 months ago
Lab tech applied too much vacuum grease to the point where I had to clean the 1/4" thick mess from the underside of the door. Now the centrifuge displays a diagnostic error "slow to vacuum" A401. Meaning it pulls vacuum with right rotor, just cannot get down to set point. Checked vacuum pump, works. Replaced HEPA filter and tubing. Still same error. Swapped vacuum pump for comparable one. Still same error message.
Diffusion pump next?
a year ago
I have an optima xpn with a door diagnostic 802 I think. It locks me out for 5 mins but won't run after I acknowledge the error. Is they any way I could clear the error or a code to clear the error. Does the machine need to be left on for a period to clear the error? Any help please
a year ago
|Mr Anthony O'Hagan|
Does any body no the service code for the beckman optima xnp -100 ultra centrifuges