960 Fluorescence Spectrophotometer

960 Fluorescence Spectrophotometer

The product is a new generation of intelligent instruments, can be widely used in scientific research, chemical, pharmaceutical, biochemical, environmental protection and clinical testing, food testing, teaching experiments and other fields.

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Product Details

main feature:

● launch monochromator with 1200 lines / mm concave grating, large aperture aspheric reflector, the sensitivity is particularly high.

● 150W high power mercury lamp, to stimulate energy.

● Using light source monitoring technology, the measurement results are stable.

● high-performance photomultiplier tube, can get the best signal to noise ratio.

● With self-diagnosis function, reliable.

● The EM bandwidth is less than 10 nm.


Technical indicators:

● EX excitation wavelength: 365nm (interference filter, standard)

● EM emission wavelength range: 200nm ~ 800nm

● Wavelength indication error: EM ± 2nm

● Wavelength reproducibility: EM ± 1nm

● Signal to noise ratio: distilled water Raman peak S / N ≥ 50

● Measurement method: a. Wavelength scan b. Time scan c. Quantitative analysis

● Power supply voltage: 220V ± 22V, 50Hz ± 1Hz

● Power: 300W


Optional accessories:

● Light source: 150W xenon lamp

● interference filter (mercury light source): 254nm, 313nm, 405nm, 436nm, 546nm

● interference filter (xenon light source): 250nm ~ 700nm optional


960PC models:

● Use the mouse to comfortably perform a series of operations such as scanning, quantitative analysis, operation, tabulation and recording.

● Standard computer and working software.

● Spectral processing function: continuous scan measurement, calculate the peak area, peak search, map operation, map window processing, map preservation and call out, map print output.

● Quantitative measurement, sample quantitative analysis, time scanning, drawing standard curve (1 ~ 3 times), concentration direct reading, automatic determination of S / N ratio and stability, automatic background subtraction, quantitative analysis of print output.


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