Fluorescence spectrometer FS5
for environmental analysisfor the pharmaceutical industryfor the food industry

fluorescence spectrometer
fluorescence spectrometer
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Characteristics

Type
fluorescence
Applications
for environmental analysis, for the pharmaceutical industry, for the food industry
Wavelength

Min.: 230 nm

Max.: 1,000 nm

Description

Multiple detector ports in one integrated instrument, measure up to 1650 nm and fluorescence lifetimes down to 25 ps, in one instrument >6,000:1 Water Raman SNR, high sensitivity allows for detection of very weak fluorescence signals Three detectors as standard, reference detector to correct for light source fluctuations, transmission detector for absorbance, single-photon counting (SPC) detector for ultimate sensitivity Plug & Play sample modules, automatic sample module recognition and initialisation saves the user time and effort. Wide range of modules available for varied sample analysis The FS5 is designed to meet the highest measurement specifications in the research and analytical markets. To achieve optimal sensitivity, resolution, and acquisition speed, we select only the optimal performance photomultipliers in temperature stabilised housings, and utilise an optical design that includes plane, spherical, toroidal, ellipsoidal mirrors and optimised mirror coatings; the FS5 is truly unrivalled in its spectral performance and sensitivity. Not only does this superior design guarantee the highest sensitivity and broadest wavelength coverage, but it has also been optimised for a small bright focus at the sample position. This is important for measuring small sample volumes and benefits many sample holder attachments like a plate reader, fibre launch optics mounting, titrators and sample positioners.

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