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Allen-Bradley 160-P2

SKU: 160-P2-SOB-USA

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Product Specifications

brand name Allen-Bradley

The part number 160-P2 is associated with the Zymo Research D4027-2-160 Buffer P2 (Green), which is a product from Zymo Research. This buffer is available in a 160ml unit and is used in molecular biology applications. The product details are not provided in our research, but it is likely that the buffer is used for various molecular biology techniques such as PCR, DNA extraction, or other biochemical reactions where a pH buffer is required.

The technical specifications of the buffer are not available in our research. However, it is likely that the buffer has a specific pH range, concentration, and composition that are suitable for its intended use in molecular biology applications.

Alarm and error codes are not relevant to this product as it is a chemical buffer used in laboratory settings, not an electronic device that can generate error codes.

User manuals and instructions for the use of the buffer are not provided in our research. However, it is likely that the manufacturer, Zymo Research, provides detailed instructions and guidelines for handling and using the buffer in their product documentation.

Troubleshooting for the buffer would involve identifying any issues related to its use, such as contamination, improper storage, or incorrect handling. These issues would typically be addressed through standard laboratory protocols and procedures, rather than specific troubleshooting guides for the buffer itself.

Programming of the buffer is not applicable as it is a chemical product and not an electronic device that can be programmed.

Installation of the buffer is not applicable as it is a chemical product that is typically stored and handled in a laboratory setting, not installed as part of a larger system or device.

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