ProxiPlate-384 Plus, White 384-shallow well Microplate HTRF®

Shallow-well 384-well white microplate for lower volume and increased sensitivity.

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Shallow-well 384-well white microplate for lower volume and increased sensitivity.

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The ProxiPlate is PerkinElmer's shallow-well microplate, offering closer proximity to the analyzer's detectors. Designed to miniaturize your assay and utilize cost reduction advantages.

Leveraging years of assay and instrument experience in plate detection, PerkinElmer designs better microplates for better performance that guarantees better results for all PerkinElmer applications.



Plate characteristics

Automation CompatibleYes
Detection MethodHTRF, Time-Resolved Fluorescence (TRF), Luminescence, Alpha, Radiometric
Product Brand NameProxiPlate
Shipping ConditionAmbient
Well format384 well plate
Well ShapeShallow-well
Well volume28 µL
Recommended working volume10 µL - 20 µL
Height (mm)14.35
Length (mm)127.76
Width (mm)85.48
Well diameter (mm)3.3
Well depth (mm)5.3
A1 to top offset (mm)8.99
A1 to side offset (mm)12.13
Well-to-well spacing (mm)4.5
Perkin 384-well plate specifications

HTRF Product Catalog

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Choose the right microplate for your assay - Flyers

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