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Launched at Analytica the New Spectroflex Spectrophotometer.
Apr 02 2008 Read 2379 Times
Routine measurements are covered with a wide range of commercial tests and extended Analytical Quality Assurance (AQA) functionality.
Research users have a full range of applications including spectral scans, kinetics and multi-wavelength measurements to complete their analyses.
Two instruments complete the new series, the VIS range spectroFlex 6100 and the UV/VIS spectroFlex 6600.
spectroFlex 6100 is designed for use in the VIS range from 320 to 1100 nm and offers the best optical performance in its class. It is ideal for water analysis with commercial tests kits, and all kind of VIS measurements in routine labs or education.
spectroFlex 6600, with a wavelength range from 190 to 1100 nm is designed to cover all applications in the complete UV-VIS range. Direct methods e.g. SAC at 254 nm are already stored for immediate use. The spectroFlex 6600 is an excellent choice not only for water analysis and service labs but also for teaching and research.
Both models feature:
Multiple AQA functions,More than 150 methods for commercial test kits, including bar-coded cuvette tests and reagent tests for trace analysis in drinking water,User-defined methods and profiles for scans and kinetics. High accuracy by elimination of cuvette faults. AutoCheck, comprehensive testing utility.
Automatic cuvette recognition without switching adapters
Two built-in USB interfaces and an RS 232 interface for easy data management.
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