UV-vis spectrophotometer Prove 300
for water analysisxenon

UV-vis spectrophotometer
UV-vis spectrophotometer
UV-vis spectrophotometer
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Characteristics

Type
UV-vis
Applications
for water analysis
Source
xenon
Wavelength

4 nm

Description

Spectroquant® Prove 300 is an incredibly robust UV/VIS spectrophotometer, optimized for sensitive measurements such as the analysis of drinking water and beverages. Programmed for over 180 reagent tests and free methods, capable of both UV and VIS measurements, and equipped with a long-lasting xenon lamp, Prove 300 is the ideal tool for rapid, reliable results. Prove 300 is preprogrammed for an extensive range of Spectroquant® reagent and cell tests to speed up your work. Plus, it is compatible with 10, 20 or 50 mm cuvettes to suit a variety of measuring ranges. Our latest test kits for drinking water and beverage analysis include: sulfate tests with an extended measuring range, and manganese tests that offer accuracy without turbidity. To further facilitate your analysis, Prove 300 also offers free, preprogrammed application procedures, such as bromate in drinking water, as well as ICUMSA and brewery methods. Each Spectroquant® reagent test kit contains an AutoSelector with a Live ID code. This new identification system not only transfers more data than other barcodes, but “live” data – thanks to automatic, complimentary calibration updates. Just insert the reagent cell and AutoSelector into the spectrophotometer. Thanks to ambient light protection, you don’t even have to close the lid. Prove 300 will detect the test method, lot number, expiry date, and calibration updates from the Live ID code, and calculate results accordingly. This ensures faster analyses of drinking water and beverages, secure, fully traceable results and simpler audits.
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