BioTek's new class of Hybrid multi-mode microplate readers (patent pending) combines a flexible monochromator detection system and a high efficiency filter/dichroic detection system in one instrument. Synergy H1 offers an unbeatable price / performance ratio, while Synergy H4 has been designed to cover the broadest range of applications.
Monochromator systems provide ease of use, flexibility and cover a broad range of applications out of the box. Synergy H1m is the best value monochromator-based multi-mode reader on the market, while Synergy Mx is the best choice if you need advanced features and performance.
Filter-based readers are the best compromise between performance, flexibility and cost. They are extremely efficient optically and deliver an unmatched level of sensitivity. Synergy HT is used in thousands of life science research laboratories worldwide for the most common microplate-based applications. Synergy 2, with its dichroic-based optical system, and fully modular architecture, is the reader of choice if you need the best level of performance.
BioTek offers a wide choice in fluorescence detection, from the low-cost, highly sensitive FLx800™ to the modular Synergy™, BioTek has the fluorescence reader you need. Cost effective filter-based systems and advanced monochromator-based designs are available. And with BioTek's unique Hybrid Technology™ available on the Synergy H4, you will be able to run more assays than on any other reader.
Alpha-based assays (AlphaLISA®, AlphaScreen®, SureFire®) are growing in popularity. Alpha detection is available on BioTek's Synergy 2 and Synergy H4, as well as on the new dedicated Synergy 2 Alpha.
BioTek offers a selection of sensitive luminescence detection systems with and without injectors. Luminescence mode is available on all of our fluorescence and multi-mode detection systems. Additionally, the Synergy™ 2 and Synergy Mx are available in a luminescence-only configuration.
BioTek's absorbance readers provide total flexibility for many applications. From basic ELISA to high throughput detection, the absorbance readers offer tremendous functionality. The monochromator based instruments provide UV-VIS detection while the filter-based systems offer great performance and good value.