HPLC chromatography detector 2998
PDA

HPLC chromatography detector
HPLC chromatography detector
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Characteristics

Type
HPLC
Technology
PDA

Description

Advanced optical detection for HPLC analyses The 2998 PDA Detector's uniquely integrated software and optics innovations make it the ideal detector for any lab application, from compound identification to method development. Enhanced software control provides flexibility for simultaneous 2D and 3D operation with either Empower or MassLynx Software High-quality spectral resolution by operating at a fixed optical resolution of 1.2 nm Capability for determining spectral homogeneity, yielding confidence in method specificity The perfect match for any LC system The Waters 2998 Photodiode Array (PDA) Detector offers advanced optical detection, providing unprecedented trace impurity detection and quantitation in conjunction with spectral analysis capabilities. For routine analyses, the 2998 PDA Detector is reliable, easy-to-use, and has enhanced software control to provide flexibility for simultaneous 2D and 3D operation. Features Spectral exposure optimization to maximize the signal-to-noise across the entire wavelength range with a single Deuterium lamp Independent optimization of sampling rate and time constant provides the ability to tune the detector to each unique separation goal Wide, linear dynamic range with constant optical bandpass Low noise performance of <10 µAU Simultaneous quantification of high- and low-level components within a single chromatographic separation Flexible sampling rates for normal and fast LC separations from 1 to 80 Hz Definitive compound identification & co-elution detection Lamp optimization for the best s/n performance over the lifetime of a Deuterium lamp Console software for simple control, monitoring, and diagnostics
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