Embark on a New Era of Genomic Exploration with the NextSeq 1000/2000 from Illumina

In the dynamic landscape of genomic research, the NextSeq 1000/2000 Sequencer emerges as a beacon of innovation, seamlessly bridging user-friendly design with cost-effective, high-throughput sequencing capabilities. Positioned as the optimal choice for laboratories navigating the frontiers of Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) while mindful of budget constraints, this benchtop solution promises to redefine your genomics experience.

The NextSeq 1000/2000 emerges as a steadfast ally for laboratories venturing into the transformative realm of NGS. Its seamless operation and substantial read capacity position it as a cornerstone for various genomic research applications, ensuring a harmonious blend of quality and affordability.

Whether you’re stepping into the world of NGS for the first time or navigating the intricacies of limited financial resources, the NextSeq 1000/2000 empowers your laboratory to unlock the full potential of genomics, offering efficiency and affordability without compromise. Explore the depths of genomics with confidence and ease.

User-Friendly Precision:

Experience the effortless convergence of technology and simplicity. The NextSeq 1000/2000 Sequencer is meticulously designed for ease of use, ensuring a straightforward and efficient sequencing journey on your laboratory bench.

Budget-Smart Sequencing:

Answering the call of laboratories with financial constraints, the NextSeq 1000/2000 offers a cost-effective entry point into the realm of NGS. Unleash the power of genomics without compromising your budgetary considerations.

Performance Unleashed:

Elevate your research with unprecedented throughput capabilities. Capable of generating up to 15 million reads per run, the NextSeq 1000/2000 takes center stage in facilitating high-throughput sequencing projects, pushing the boundaries of genomic exploration.

Versatile Read Lengths:

Embrace the diversity of genomic exploration with read lengths extending up to 300 base pairs. The NextSeq 1000/2000 provides the flexibility needed to accommodate the intricate demands of your research, supporting a wide array of applications.

Instrument configuration
  • Self-contained, dry instrument with integrated DRAGEN Bio-IT FPGA secondary analysis
Instrument control computer
  • Base Unit: 2U Microserver located inside the instrument
  • Memory: 288 GB
  • Hard Drive: 3.8 TB SSD
  • Operating System: Linux CentOS 7.6
Operating environment
  • Temperature: 15°C-30°C
  • Humidity: 20%-80% relative humidity, non-condensing
  • Altitude: 0 meters-2000 meters
  • For Indoor Use Only
  • Wavelengths: 449 nm, 523 nm, 820nm
  • W×D×H: 55 cm × 65 cm × 60 cm
  • Weight: 141 kg
Crated Dimensions
  • Crated W×D×H: 92 cm × 120 cm × 118 cm
  • Crated Weight: 232 kg
Power requirements
  • Instrument Input Voltage: 100Vac to 240Vac
  • Instrument Input Frequency: 50/60Hz
Bandwidth for network connection
  • 200 Mb/s/instrument for internal network uploads
  • 200 Mb/s/instrument for BaseSpace Sequence Hub uploads
  • 5 Mb/s/instrument for Instrument Operational Data uploads
Product safety and compliance
  • Safety: Class 1 Laser Product
  • NRTL certified IEC
  • 61010-1 CE marked
  • FCC/IC approved
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Accelerated discovery. Easier than ever.


Experience our simplest workflow yet with easier run setup, time-saving dry instrumentation, and DRAGEN on-board for no additional cost, providing accurate and efficient secondary analysis, up to 6x faster. Now with lossless genomic compression, saving up to 80% on storage costs.

Sequencing flexibility for the applications you need

Single-Cell Gene Expression

Examine the transcriptomes of individual cells for a high-resolution view of cell-to-cell variation.

Whole-Exome Sequencing

Efficiently identify coding variants across a broad range of applications, including population genetics, genetic disease, and cancer studies.

Shotgun Metagenomics

Comprehensively sample all genes in all organisms present in a given complex sample.


 Total RNA Sequencing

Analyze both coding RNA and multiple forms of noncoding RNA for a comprehensive view of the transcriptome.

Spacial Transcriptomics

Pinpoint predictive cellular state and their spatial localization to understand the influence of the cellular and spatial architecture on the microenvironment.

nfectious Disease Research

Infectious Disease Research Description: A universal, culture-free method for infectious disease characterization and surveillance that may be used with viruses, bacteria, fungi, and parasites, and can replace the need for multiple tests.