Automatic polarimeter ADP600
for the pharmaceutical industryfor the food industrydigital

automatic polarimeter
automatic polarimeter
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Characteristics

Operation
automatic
Applications
for the pharmaceutical industry, for the food industry
Display
digital
Other characteristics
with touchscreen, with USB port, Peltier effect

Description

Bellingham + Stanley Single/Dual/Multiple Wavelength Polarimeter ADP600 Series with temperature control are designed for measuring optical rotation. They are especially suited for use by scientists wishing to measure chiral compounds and other optically active substances in the chemical, pharmaceutical and food sectors as well as for use in academic research. XPC Peltier temperature controlled Four decimal place resolution Conforms to USP/EP/BP/JP RFID user clearance High Definition touchscreen Digital Polarimeters with Temperature Control The ADP600 Series of polarimeters are available as multiple, dual, or single wavelength models, and with the ability to measure optical rotation to 4 decimal places across the visible spectrum as well as in the highly sensitive ultra-violet region. The series is split between 325, 365, 405, 436, 546, 589 & 633nm wavelengths depending on the model. Other wavelengths available on request, subject to interference filter availability. The line of digital polarimeters features Xylem’s XPC temperature control technology. XPC technology replaces air temperature systems seen in previous models, providing for faster temperature stabilisation that is more representative of the sample than the air surrounding it. The wide range of measuring capabilities, excellent temperature stability and high precision makes the ADP600 Series an excellent choice for laboratories within chemical, pharmaceutical and food sectors.

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