Laboratory autosampler AUTOsample-60for spectrometersbenchtop

laboratory autosampler
laboratory autosampler
laboratory autosampler
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Applications
laboratory, for spectrometers
Other characteristics
benchtop

Description

The AUTOsample-60 (download a brochure) is a top mounting autosampler that is compatible with any NMReady-60e or 60PRO benchtop NMR spectrometer. This allows for painless interconversion between autosampler and manual modes, while still maintaining the notably minimal footprint. Data acquisition and processing is controlled via the onboard software. The Autosample-60 allows users to: Maximize efficiency by improving throughput during or after work hours Run a series of 1D experiments or set up basic structural elucidation routines (e.g., 1H, COSY, HSQC, DEPT-135, 13C{1H} etc.) Acquire and save data automatically Integrate the NMReady into a centralized laboratory system The Autosampler uses basic onboard NMReady software Can configure up to 25 tubes at once Run a series of 1D experiments or set up basic structural elucidation routines (e.g., 1H, COSY, HSQC, DEPT-135, etc.) Allows for automatic shimming routines as is required Sturdy, no-slip base mounts easily on top of spectrometer top cap NMR tubes can be loaded onto carousel on spectrometer or off via interchangeable 25 carousels Carousels can be loaded on or off the spectrometer Robust and reliable tube changes ensure safety and accuracy Tube changes take approximately 10 sec If desired, samples can be tempered in heating station before introduced to spectrometer TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS System Requirements:NMReady-60e or 60PRO Dimensions:10.3 x 10.3 x 14.2”/26 x 26 x 36 cm Weight:12 lbs/5.5 kg Voltage:24 V Time per Tube Change:~10 sec Carousels:2

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