Andrew Alliance’s 1000G-XL advanced liquid handling robot uses not just 0.2 μL to 1000 μL Gilson pipettes but also long tips (beyond the length of 70 mm) for certain exclusive consumables.

The robot can be employed in a number of applications, for example, LC/MS sample preparation, serial dilution, pooling of libraries, concentration normalization on the microplate, and PCR/RTqPCR sample preparation, to name a few.


Vision-assisted companion robot can manipulate standard and unattended single-channel adjustable volume pipettes.

Pipette Type

Gilson PIPETMAN® Classic P2, P20, P100, P200, and P1000.

Tip Types

Tips of most of the brands are compatible with the aforementioned pipettes — the list is available on request.

Tip Racks

The 1000G-XL can be used with any type of tip racks, even when partly filled — but tips should be formatted in an 8 × 12 array (list available).

  • 2X Tip Domino™ (one tip rack)
  • 1X Tube Domino™ (10x 15 mL + 2x 50 mL tubes)

Dimensions and Weight

61 cm (H) x 29 cm (W) x 25 cm (L) — 11.2 kg

Bench Space Required During Operations

  • Maximum: 67 cm x 85 cm (13 Dominos™)
  • Minimum: 45 cm x 70 cm (3 Dominos™)

Operating Temperature

Operating temperatures of the robot are in the range of 4–40 °C, with a maximum relative humidity of 80% below T = 31 °C, which reduces linearly to 50% relative humidity at a temperature of 40 °C.

Computer Connection

The robot can be connected to a computer by USB 2.0, through USB Type A female connector (USB/USB male cable is provided).

Minimum Personal Computer Requirements

It requires a PC configuration of INTEL CORE i3 processor, Windows 7 or above, 4 GB RAM, 1X USB 2.0 port, and 1280 × 768 screen resolution.

DominosTM (Basic Set, Included)

  • 1X Waste Domino™
  • 1X Microtube Domino™ (15x microtubes)
  • 1X Microplate Domino™ (one microplate)

Other DominosTM (Not Included)

A list is available at