Brochure of the Junior LB 9509 Portable Luminometer
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Most portableare designed only to discriminate if an area is contaminated or not, and hence offer low sensitivity and reduced dynamic range. In contrast, the Junior offers a performance similar to those of laboratory tube luminometers: it can detect less than 50 amol ATP/tube and has a dynamic range larger than 6 orders of magnitude.
The Junior can be operated independently from a mains supply for many hours, as it is equipped with rechargeable batteries; spare battery sets are available, so you can continue working for as long as you need. In the lab, the instrument can be connected to a mains supply thereby automatically recharging the batteries.
With a weight of only 2 Kg and its small size the Junior can be carried and taken to the sampling location for measurements on site. A metal transport case providing space for the Junior and accessories is an ideal solution for outdoor use.
Photomultiplier tube in single photon counting mode
|Spectral range luminescence||380-630 nm|
Luminescene tubes, 12 x 47 mm
Luminescene tubes, 12 x 55 mm
Luminescene tubes, 12 x 75 mm
Microcentrifuge tubes, 1, 1.5 and 2 mL
Capped vials, 4 mL (14 x 54 mm)
Standard model: <1 fmol ATP/tubeHigh-sensitivity model: <50 amol ATP/tube
|Dynamic range||>6 orders of magnitude|
Built-in software operated via keypadWinTerm (optional) for data transfer to Windows, connected to computer by USB
|Operating system||Windows 7 or better|
|Power Supply||110-240 V, 50/60 Hz, 35 VA|
|Temperature tolerance||Storage: 0-40° C|
Operation: 15-35° C
Dimensions (W x D x H)
|150 x 280 x 170 mm|
The Junior is suitable for a wide range of applications, including:
Here you have a selection of recent papers using the Junior.
Anna Michno, Katarzyna Grużewska, Anna Ronowska, Sylwia Gul-Hinc, Marlena Zyśk, and Agnieszka Jankowska-Kulawy
Cheng-Yan Mou, Shun Li, Long-Feng Lu, Yang Wang, Peng Yu, Zhi Li, Jin-Feng Tong, Qi-Ya Zhang, Zhong-Wei Wang, Xiao-Juan Zhang, Guang-Xin Wang, Li Zhou, and Jian-Fang Gui
Frontiers in Immunology
Atsushi Kawase, Miho Hirosoko, Yuka Sugihara, Yunosuke Koyama, Ayaka Fukae, Hiroaki Shimada, and Masahiro Iwaki
Wei-Jia Lu, Li Zhou, Fan-Xiang Gao, Yu-Lin Zhou, Zhi Li, Xiao-Juan Zhang, Yang Wang and Jian-Fang Gui
Frontiers in Immunology
Friederike Pohlin, Emma H. Hooijberg, Peter Buss, Nikolaus Huber,
Frontiers in Veterinary Science
Leukocyte Coping Capacity
Clara Valeri, María M. Lovaisa, Chrystèle Racine, Nadia Y. Edelsztein, Marina Riggio, Sebastián Giulianelli, Marcela Venara, Patricia Bedecarrás, María G. Ballerini, Nathalie di Clemente, Caroline A. Lamb, Helena F. Schteingart & Rodolfo A. Rey
O. Isken, A. Postel, B. Bruhn, E. Lattwein, P. Becher, and N. Tautza
Journal of Virology
Anna Onnis, Valentina Cianfanelli, Chiara Cassioli, Dijana Samardzic, Pier Giuseppe Pelicci, Francesco Cecconi, and Cosima T Baldari
Jan Dries, Dominique Daens, Luc Geuens, Ronny Blust
Water Science & Technology
BioTox assay with Vibrio fischeri
You can find additional publications which have used the Junior in publication databases.
Please keep in mind that the list provided is not exhaustive, but it offers valuable examples of experiments performed with our instruments and published in peer-reviewed journals.