Fluorophos FLM 200 Technical Support

Laboratories Are Wet Places
Electricity and water/milk/chemicals/people do not mix
Do not perform any service or maintenance yourself, except as detailed in the User’s Guide
Never restrict airflow into or out of the instrument
Regularly check the air vents for blockages

Before Working On The Instrument Call QCL For Advice If
Liquid or a foreign object has been spilled or fallen into the interior of the Instrument
There are noticeable signs of overheating or a smell of burning
The main supply fuse(s) or any other fuses or trips continually fail

Before Removing Any Covers
Switch off the power at the back of the instrument
Switch off the power at the wall outlet (or isolation point)
Remove power lead from back of instrument

Advanced Instruments Fluorophos FLM300

Changing the fuses on the FLM200 Fluorophos

Changing the air filter on the FLM200 Fluorophos

Calibrating the Pipette

Fluorophos ALP Diagnostic Test

The diagnostic test will guide you through fault finding on the instrument, pipette and substrate.

The following tests are recommended for the diagnosis of all of the most common Fluorophos problems. The checklist will guide you through procedures to confirm that the instrument, pipettes and reagents are all in correct working order, identify problem areas and offer advice on how to resolve the cause of the problem.

To carry out the full procedure beginning with the instrument check click here.

To skip the instrument check and begin with the substrate check click here.

To skip the instrument and substrate check and begin with the pipette check click here.


Material Safety Data Sheets