Optima XPN Ultracentrifuge

The Optima XPN is the premier ultracentrifuge. With networking capability and customizable security and tracking features to ensure chain of custody and compliance, the Optima XPN offers multi-layered BioSafety* features for a safe and productive work environment.

  • Equipped with the innovative eXpert simulation software 
  • Available in 100k, 90k, and 80k RPM configurations
  • Compatible with extensive rotor and labware options
  • Backed by unparalleled service program options

Optima XPN Features

Optimize protocols before running

Quickly perform common calculations and conversions with proprietary software to optimize protocols, save time, and save samples.

Receive diagnostic alerts via email

Remote monitoring and control enables you to start, stop, and monitor from your computer, smart phone, or tablet.

Track detail usage history

Security and tracking features manage your rotor life by serial number. Password protection and electronic signatures help you maintain chain of custody and compliance.

Enhanced Safety

  • Dynamic Rotor Inertia Check (DRIC)
  • Rotor overspeed disc
  • Real and simulated testing
  • BioSafe optional dual PALL® Pharmaceutical Grade Sterilizing Filters 

Optima XPN Product Specifications

BioSafe Yes
Acceleration 10 acceleration profiles
Deceleration 11 deceleration profiles
Timed Run 999 hrs, 59 mins (including hold runs)
Max Capacity Volume Range - 1500 mL
Temperature Control ± 0.5 °C of set temperature
Temperature Range(s) Ambient temperature range: 10° to 35°C, Set temperature range: 0 to 40°C in 1°C increments
Display Full-color LCD touch screen
Item Specifications Referenced B10051

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Vertical Rotor Case Study with Adenovirus Experiment Purpose: Determine which rotor types provides the best resolution and throughput for isopycnic separations (e.g., when separating empty and filled adenovirus particles).
Exosome-Depleted FBS Using Beckman Coulter Centrifugation Author: Chad Schwartz, Ph. D. | Beckman Coulter Life Sciences, Indianapolis, IN
Purifying viral vector with VTi 90 rotor & CsCl DGUC Objective: Optimize traditional run times of sample purification with cesium chloride (CsCl) to facilitate small scale experiment design.
Lentiviral Vector Preparation Application Note Viral vectors are one of the most commonly used tools for genetic manipulation in mammalian cells
Optima X Series Total System Design Beckman Coulter Life Sciences

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