UV-vis spectrometer UVmc2

UV-vis spectrometer
UV-vis spectrometer
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tungsten, xenon, halogen

Max.: 1,100 nm

Min.: 185 nm


IF THESE ARE YOUR REQUIREMENTS, THEN YOU NEED OUR UVmc2! The UVmc2 series are fitted with the latest technologies, electronics and data-processing, and powerful software, but they also include traditional high quality optics and superb mechanics, for a long-lasting high performance at the lowest possible ownership costs. Designed by SAFAS, the inventor of the world’s first UV-Vis spectrophotometers with grating monochromator (double beam, in 1958), these technological jewels are the fruits of a 62 years experience in high level spectroscopy. A TRUE DOUBLE-BEAM SAFAS UVmc2 spectrophotometers are fitted with a genuine double-beam, which means that it is 100% symmetrical : the photometric range is consequently also symmetrical, from -4A to +4A. The old choppers with rotating mirrors, which fitted the 1958’s SAFAS first double-beam spectrophotometer, have been replaced by a new generation static divider, thus eliminating corresponding wearing part, and enabling the instrument to remain a true double-beam even during spectra scans. UVmc2 CAN WORK COMPARTMENT OPENED, WITHOUT THE MAJOR DRAWBACKS OF A XENON LAMP! Thanks to innovative technologies developed and used by SAFAS since more than 10 years, UVmc2 series are able to work with sample compartment opened, and enable to add reagents during measurements. DAILY AUTO OPTIMISATION OF THE INSTRUMENT UVmc2 spectrophotometer is fitted with long life and low heat deuterium and tungsten lamps, with full automatic centering for an optimized accuracy and energy, day after day. They involve no thermal drift, and bring immediate stability after autocalibration, without any need to wait for pre-heating.


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