Having an advanced transilluminator within the laboratory equipment is not only a matter of having more features, but also of having a device that adapts in real time to the evolving needs of the laboratory. This translates into greater efficiency, higher accuracy and, ultimately, better results. Choosing a modern transilluminator that includes functions such as intensity regulation and wavelength variation means making the decision to move towards the implementation of state-of-the-art technology for research and analysis processes.
In addition, some advanced transilluminator models have features specially designed to facilitate documentation, including specific filters and high-resolution cameras, which allow graphic records to be obtained in unsurpassed detail. These records are essential for scientific publications, to ensure reproducibility of the study and for further in-depth analysis.