Building on our family of benchtop multimode plate readers, the VICTOR Nivo™ system packs all popular detection modes into the industry’s smallest multimode reader footprint. The perfect microplate reader for everyday biochemical and cell-based assays, it measures at any wavelength, with top and bottom reading of all technologies. Its software interface is easy to learn and use, and lets you control the instrument from almost any device – perfect for multiuser environments. Combine with our assays and reagents to get you started right away.
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The VICTOR Nivo system is a high-performance filter-based multimode microplate reader equipped with all major detection technologies:
It’s a compact, light-weight multimode plate reader designed for life science research laboratories performing routine low-throughout assays, or assay development work, with diverse application requirements.
The VICTOR NIVO system’s software has a modern, workflow-oriented user interface which is easy to learn and use and includes pre-written application protocols to get users productive quickly. In addition, MyAssays Desktop Standard software is provided for data analysis.
The browser-based control software is independent of operating system, so it can be controlled via a variety of touchscreen devices, for example Windows or Mac OS PCs or tablets.
The VICTOR Nivo microplate reader can be operated via WiFi or a network connection, enabling experiments to be set-up, run and monitored remotely, such as from outside a biosafety cabinet or from a neighbouring lab.
At the heart of the VICTOR Nivo multimode plate reader is a dynamic wheel system with space for up to 32 filters, enabling the detection of a multitude of different dyes. Filters are exchanged between the inner and outer wheels, so any individual filter can serve either the excitation or emission lightpath. As a result, there’s no need to install new filters when switching between assays, and filters are locked in place so they can’t get lost in the lab – ideal for multi-user environments. When fully-loaded, the filter system provides the flexibility to detect many dyes with better sensitivity and greater cost-effectiveness than a monochromator.
For absorbance measurements using the VICTOR Nivo multimode plate reader, there is a choice of either a filter- or a spectrometer-based system. With the spectrometer-based plate reader, full spectrum absorbance measurements are ultra-fast – 230 to 1000 nm at selectable resolutions (2.0 nm, 5.0 nm, 10 nm) in less than 1 second per well.
Up to eight discrete wavelengths can be detected at once in a single measurement with no wavelength switching, and the spectrometer-based VICTOR Nivo system also allows the detection of a wide range of dyes or measurement of samples with unknown absorbance spectra.
|Detection Method||Absorbance, Time-Resolved Fluorescence (TRF), Luminescence, Fluorescence Intensity, Fluorescence Polarization|
|Product Brand Name||VICTOR Nivo|
|Modalities||VICTOR Nivo 3F||VICTOR Nivo 3S||VICTOR Nivo 5F||VICTOR Nivo 5S||Standard Features||Optional Extras|
• Top and bottom detection of all technologies for plate formats from 1 to 1536-wells
• Temperature control up to 65°C
• Shaker with three modes (linear, orbital, and double orbital)
• Browser-based control software
• Wi-Fi modem for remote control
• MyAssays Desktop Standard analysis software
• Dispenser (dual injectors)
• Gas control (CO2 & O2)
• 15-in. laptop or 12-in. tablet
• My Assays Desktop Pro analysis software
• Test plate for alignment and system check
|Resource Type||File Name||File Format|
|Brochure||VICTOR Nivo Multimode Plate Reader Brochure||PDF 3 MB|
|Application Note||Quantification of GAPDH using the VICTOR Nivo Plate Reader and MaxDiscovery GAPDH ELISA Kit||Link|
|Application Note||Rapid and Simple Quantification of DNA and Protein||Link|
|Application Note||Measuring Cell Proliferation and Cytotoxicity Using the ATPlite 1step System||Link|
|Application Note||Characterisation of Compound Effects on PDE Activity Using the LANCE Ultra cAMP kit||Link|