Unparalleled versatility Featuring powerful, maintenance-free motors, these models accommodate a variety of rotors to meet your application needs. They are three centrifuges in one: a high-capacity, general-purpose centrifuge for cell harvesting; a high-speed centrifuge for separating cell lysates; and a microcentrifuge for DNA precipitations.
Model 5810 and refrigerated Model 5810 R* offer maximum application versatility and popular tube capacity, accommodating up to 4 x 400 ml tubes or 16 microplates. These compact, benchtop centrifuges achieve remarkable throughput of up to 48 x 15 ml or 20 x 50 ml conical (Falcon®) tubes.
* U.S. Pat. 5,496,254
Falcon® is registered trade mark of Becton Dickinson.
Eppendorf Centrifuge Model 5810 / Refrigerated Model 5810 R
Interchangeable swingbucket and high-speed fixedangle rotors
Spin up to 14,000 rpm, or 20,800 x g
Low-profile 11.2 in/28 cm access height for easy sample loading
Automatic rotor recognition senses rotor type to set maximum allowable speed—ensures safety
Fast, simple programming of time, temperature (refrigerated models), speed/ g-force and radius value o 34 user-defined programs o Adjustable-speed Short Spin button o Ten acceleration and braking rates
Speed, g-force and radius correction values can be entered
Values can be changed during centrifugation
Temperature range from –9 °C to 40°C, with Fast Temp function for rapid cooling of the centrifuge chamber*
Standby cooling* maintains temperature when not in use
Speed can be set from 200 rpm to maximum speed in increments of 10 rpm
Short Spin button
Selectable program memory for up to 34 individual user programs
Ten acceleration and deceleration rates for sensitive sample material
* Refrigerated Centrifuges 5804 R and 5810 R only; 5810 R U.S. Pat. 5,496,254
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Error 6 has numerous causes, this unit was working until moved, now it's all error 6. Temp control works fine. Does anybody know if the service manual is worth the $$? I don't want to replace the freq conv bd if I can see a work around. I have...
I recently replaced the main convertor board and completing the imbalance compensation when the unit gets to 6th cycle is immediatly throws a error 34. I have tried couple different rotors and also adjusted the imbalnce sensor per the service manual...
I downloaded the service manual for the 5804/5810 centrifuge from this site. Unfortuantely the quality is not so good so I cannot read most of the text on the diagrams (section 8). Also the pictures that are in this manual look rather different from...