fluorescence spectrofluorometer / high-sensitivity
Xenius XM

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Characteristics

  • Type:

    fluorescence

  • Other characteristics:

    high-sensitivity

Description

SAFAS Xenius XM is an outstanding spectrofluorometer for microplates reading. It is based on very innovative technologies and superb optics, as well as 100% AIR TECHNOLOGY (no fiber optics!), so as it enables to reach exceptional sensitivity levels.

For most of applications, it is even able to work with sample compartment opened, without undergoing the drawbacks of a flash lamp.

With a scan speed up to 7000nm/minute, it can achieve excitation, emission, synchronous and 3D spectra, with many data processing functions.

In 1959, SAFAS introduced the world’s first Spectrofluorometer with grating monochromators, which was a big breakthrough in spectroscopy. Today, the Xenius is a new breakthrough, probably as important as was our 1959’s instrument.

Many options are available

SAFAS Xenius XM can also receive 10 stirred and temperature-controlled cuvettes, achieve kinetics on 10 cuvettes and at up to 10 wavelengths, achieve HPLC studies, or even be fitted with automatic polarizers for measurements of fluorescence anisotropy. It can also achieve Absorbance and Luminescence measurements, including spectra, and severa specialized software can be used (intracellular calcium, follow-up of series of samples, etc...).

An evolutivity and multivalence unique on the market

The spectrofluorometer SAFAS Xenius XM can also receive later many other options, like fiber optics, a high sensitivity photon counting bioluminescence module, automatic injectors, absorbance mode (on cuvettes and microplates), etc... All these possibilities are available without any dismantling.

Other SAFAS S.A. products

SPECTROFLUOROMETERS (UV-Vis for Cuvettes and solids, Microplates and in situ with fiber optics)