UV-vis spectrophotometer AgileSpec™

UV-vis spectrophotometer
UV-vis spectrophotometer
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Max.: 1,100 nm

Min.: 190 nm


AgileSpec™ UV/Vis Spectrophotometer, Split Beam (Internal double beam design), 190-1100nm, analysis software and automatic 6-cell holder included Accurate and reliable UV/Vis spec designed for quality control, research and teaching needs. Can be used stand-alone or controlled by PC and easily save data into Excel format. Equipped with split beam optical design for enhanced stability and the reference detector for more accurate measurements. Unit delivered with AgileOp Analysis PC Software, and the automatic 6-cell holder. Features : ❑ Split Beam (internal double beam design) UVNis spectrophotometer covering 190-1100nm (2.0nm bandwidth) ❑ High performance optical design for reliability and easy maintenance ❑ Light source saving: The UV and Visible light source will automatically switch to save lamp life and cost. ❑ The Deuterium will only be turned on when the instrument is scanning samples in the UV range ❑ Enhance features on AgileOp PC software ❑ Fast and easy to interchange accessories Measure Modes : Photometry Spectrum Time-scan Kinetic ASP Quantitative Biomethod Mode — Capable of analyzing DNA and proteins using the following methods : DNA& RNA: 260nm/280nm ratio, 230nm/260nm, Warburg-Christian Concentration, and General Ratio and Concentration Protein : Bradford Protein Analysis. Lowry Protein Analvsis-Hiah Sensitivity. Lowry Protein Analysis-Low Sensitivity, Biuret protein Analysis, Direct UV Method, Colloidal Gold, and Bicinchoninate(BCA) Specification : Model Number ASP-1100 Optical Design Split Beam (internal double beam design) Light Source Deuterium and Halogen lamp, auto switching at 320-360nm Detector Silicon photodiode


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