Mass Spectrometry & Spectroscopy
Jenway’s Comprehensive Range of Spectrophotometers
Apr 06 2011 Read 2975 Times
Jenway offer four ranges of visible and UV/visible spectrophotometers which have been designed to suit a wide range of budgets, industries and applications.
The 63 series are entry-level spectrophotometers from the 6300, which is ideal for routine analysis, to the 6315 UV/visible scanning spectrophotometer, which includes measurement modes for spectrum, kinetics and quantitation.
This range also includes two dedicated units, the Aquanova, for water and environmental testing and the Genova, for life science applications such as measuring DNA concentrations.
The 73 series spectrophotometers are the latest addition to the Jenway range. These new single beam spectrophotometers use icon driven software and have an improved navigation system. The 7305 and 7315 models use a press to read xenon lamp to provide accurate readings and extend lamp life.
The 67 series spectrophotometers are a range of split beam visible and UV/visible spectrophotometers that possess a host of novel features.
These include a colour touch screen, secure multi-user operation, a full range of plug-in accessory modules and flash synchronised scanning which allows the 67 to achieve scan speeds of 1500nm/min, even when scanning at a resolution of 0.1nm.
The 6800 is Jenway’s first true double beam UV/visible spectrophotometer that possesses a robust, traditional design that is complemented by the clear and intuitive, Windows based, Flight Deck PC software.
The highly stable optics and 1.5nm spectral bandwidth ensures high resolution and accuracy on every measurement.
All of the Jenway spectrophotometers are supported by a wide range of accessories which have been designed to increase productivity.
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