The DU 800 Spectrophotometer is a PC controlled system intended for use in quantitative and qualitative analysis in biological and industrial procedures that require spectrophotometric measurements in the UV and visible region of the electromagnetic spectrum. If the instrument is used in a manner other than as described, the safety and performance of the instrument can be impaired.
The LP920 is a laser flash photolysis spectrometer, designed for studies of laser induced transient absorption and emission.
A Quantel Brilliant Nd: YAG laser working at 1064 nm is used as laser excitation source. Harmonics to obtain 532, 355 and 266 nm excitation wavelengths are available. Also an Opotek Inc. Rainboω Optical Parametric Oscillator is available to obtain excitation wavelengths starting from 410 up to 680 nm.
The sample holder can be thermo stabilized by a waterbath.
With its monochromator-based optics, Epoch™ Microplate Reader offers a filter-free, wide wavelength range for UV-Vis absorbance measurements in a variety of microplate formats, and in 2 µL samples when the available Take3 plate is used. Epoch is controlled with the Gen5 Software interface, with simple programming and powerful data analysis.
The UV-VIS spectrophotometer DR6000 delivers top performance for both routine laboratory tasks and demanding photometry applications. This system is designed for the effective work in professional laboratories. Intelligent software supports the lab manager in the calibration routine, quality assurance and development of customized application.
Series 6890/5973 Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry Hewlett-Packard’s GCMS (6890/5973) is a state-of-the-art instrument capable of separating, identifying and quantifying compounds in complex mixture by gas chromatography and mass spectrometry. This particular instrument is used to separate and identify molecules in the range of 0-800 amu.
The iCAP 6300 Duo ICP spectrometer features dedicated radial and duo plasma viewing options for enhanced application flexibility. The instrument’s high-efficiency optical design facilitates simultaneous analysis of 66 elements, providing detection limits at less than 1ppb. In addition, the system offers powerful full-frame technology for fingerprinting and retrospective analysis, as well as unique EMT torch technology for routine maintenance operations without switching off the plasma.
K-Alpha is a fully integrated and compact X-ray photoelectron spectrometer that has a high throughput and provides the highest available performance/cost capability with a small footprint • UHV Condition at better than 5 x 10-9 mbar. • Maximum sample size of 60×60x20mm • X-ray Monochromator: • Ag 3d5/2 peak with full width at half-maximum energy resolution of 0.50 eV. • Spot size of 30µm to 400µm • Charge compensation by electrons and low energy ions (Ar+).
LAS-X II laser particle counting spectrometers combine ultra-high sensitivity and great resolution with unprecedented flexibility. The user can select both the number and particle sizes for up to 100 channels, along with any flow rate from 10-100 sccm.
An internal Windows®-based PC controls the spectrometer, providing all the familiar features associated with your personal PC. A 30 GB hard drive, USB keyboard with touchpad, and a 10" color LCD display are included, along with Ethernet and USB ports, 3.5" and CD drives, plus on-board Excel software for data analysis.
This large area view spectrophotometer provides a 14.3 mm port size that has an 8 mm view area. This product is ideal for a wide range of small sample types and is especially useful for measurement where user wishes to minimize the effect of gloss or sample texture.