Mass Spectrometry & Spectroscopy
New Spectrophotometer with Advanced Diode Array Technology Launched
Aug 09 2016 Read 1054 Times
Bibby Scientific Ltd have announced that Jenway®, a leading UK manufacturer of analytical laboratory instruments, has launched the new 7200 visible scanning spectrophotometer. The 7200 has been designed for simple, fast and robust use in routine analysis, research and education laboratories. With its diverse range of measurement modes, it is suitable for many different applications, including food and beverage, quality control and industrial testing.
This latest addition to Jenway’s comprehensive range of spectrophotometers leverages advanced diode array technology, which uses electrical scanning to measure the entire wavelength range simultaneously, to provide excellent wavelength reproducibility. As this instrument doesn’t require a traditional stepper motor to move the grating there are no moving parts within the instrument, making it exceptionally robust.
The clever design of the 7200 spectrophotometer encompasses a large colour touchscreen display and a large sample chamber, with a handy cuvette storage rack, all in a lightweight instrument with a small footprint. Designed to accept current passive accessories, the 7200 spectrophotometer saves customer set up costs.
This product will add to Jenway’s existing range of spectrophotometers that are internationally renowned for their manufacturing quality, ensuring robust and reliable data analysis in numerous customer applications.
“Bibby Scientific is committed to offering the highest quality products. Our new 7200 visible spectrophotometer with diode array technology will provide laboratories worldwide with a high quality, reliable and analytical instrument,” said Becky Underwood, Product Manager, Bibby Scientific.
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