The HiSeq 2500 System features two run modes, rapid run and high output run mode, and the ability to process one or two flow cells simultaneously. This provides a flexible and scalable platform that supports a broad range of applications and study sizes. Choose between rapid run and high output modes to fit your project needs.
Rapid run mode provides quick results, allows efficient processing of a limited number of samples, and offers support of longer paired-end 250 base pair reads. The longer reads enable greater depth of coverage, improved assembly for de novo applications and aid in long-read applications such as metagenomic analyses.
High output mode is ideal for larger studies or when the greatest depth of coverage is required. High output mode allows you to batch process over 6× more samples than rapid mode and to complete large projects quickly and efficiently. HiSeq SBS Kits v4 produce 4 billion clusters per run, generating up to 1 Tb of data in 6 days.
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HiSeq Rapid SBS Kits v2 are designed for the rapid run mode of HiSeq 2500 and 1500 sequencers.
Reagents for determining the DNA sequence of each cluster on a flow cell using sequencing by synthesis technology on enabled HiSeq systems.