HPLC chromatography detector 2475

HPLC chromatography detector
HPLC chromatography detector
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The culmination of HPLC sensitivity and selectivity The 2475 FLR Detector helps achieve high-sensitivity, low-dispersion methods with unsurpassed accuracy, maximum uptime, and complete confidence in the analysis. Multiple detection modes – 2D, 3D, and on-the-fly spectral scanning Low-dispersion system solution compatible with a wide range of column dimensions Normalized emission units for better bench-to-bench reproducibility Redefining the limits of fluorescence detection The Waters 2475 Fluorescence (FLR) Detector offers unsurpassed sensitivity for quantifying low concentrations of target compounds, whether naturally fluorescent or derivatized with a fluorescent tag. The 2475 FLR Detector sets the standard for fluorescence method development with 3D and “on-the-fly” spectral scanning for determining the optimal emission and excitation wavelengths, and has the ability to monitor up to four independent wavelength pairs. Features Multiple detection modes greatly reduces the time needed to develop fluorescence detection methods by quickly determining wavelength maxima Innovative, axially-illuminated flow cell designed for less dispersion, less stray light, less volume, and more pathlength for maximum sensitivity Three-dimensional spectral scanning for faster method development and optimization, and enhanced peak identification Single or multi-channel operation monitors fluorescence at one or more discrete wavelength pairs Low noise performance – less stray light due to orthogonal optics and the use of mirrors, not lenses, minimize scatter Integral erbium calibration reference – ensures wavelength accuracy


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