- UV VIS spectrophotometers adopt split beam survey optical system, and blazed holographic gratings with outstanding test precision and very competitive prices.
- 7-inch color touch screen LCD display, cutting-edge user interface, powerful functions, and easy operation.
- The automated eight-position cuvettes holder facilitates the operation under each measurement mode.
- Great performance in qualitative and quantitative testing, with powerful functions such as: full-spectrum scanning (optional),detailed spectrum scanning, time-based kinetics determination, linear regression, concentration direct reading, Peak/Valley detecting, multi-wavelength measurement etc.
- Designed with sophisticated power protection system. With high capacity of internal memory, it can store testing results, scanned images, regression equations and correction data. Therefore, it follows a fast initialization when power on.
- UV and Visible spectrophotometer can be connected with dedicated printer, which can print testing results, or draw curve from spectral scanning, fixed wavelength time-based scanning, and linear regression.
||Split beam, 1200 lines/mm holographic grating, C-T monochromator
||7 in. Touch Screen
|Transmittance Measuring Range (T)
|Absorbance Measuring Range (A)
|Concentration Readout Range (C)
(at 250nm and 500nm, warm up 2h)
||100% T Noise≤0.15% T, 0% T Noise≤0.10% T
||220V 50Hz (Optional 110V 60Hz: pls tell us by email)
||UV WIN8 software
*Standard accessories: User manual 1pc + 1cm quartz cuvette 2pcs + Power cable 1pc
*Optional accessories: Thermal plotter, UV WIN8 software (Prices for the optional accessories are extra; please email us for the quotation.)
Tips: What is a spectrophotometer?
Spectrophotometry is the absorption of light at a specific wavelength or within a range of wavelengths for qualitative or quantitative analysis of the material. The commonly used wavelength ranges are: 200-380nm UV spectrum, 380-780nm visible spectrum, 2.5-25μmInfrared spectrum. The instruments used for testing these spectrums are ultraviolet spectrophotometers, visible spectrophotometers (or colorimeter), infrared
spectrophotometers, or atomic absorption spectrophotometers.
Spectrophotometers have become conventional instruments in modern molecular biology laboratories. It is commonly used for quantification of nucleic acids, protein quantification, and bacterial growth concentrations.
The spectrophotometer instrument consists of a light source, a monochromator, a sample chamber, a detector, a signal processor, and a display and storage system.
Different light sources have their own emission spectra, so different light emitters can be used as light sources for the instrument.
- Tungsten Emission Spectroscopy
Tungsten light emits a spectrum of 400-760nm wavelength, which is refracted by a triangular prism and generates continuous chromatograms consisting of red orange, yellow-green, blue-violet, and violet. The spectrum can be used as a visible spectrophotometer light source.
- Emission spectroscopy of Hydrogen (or Xenon) lamps
Hydrogen or Xenon lamps emit wavelengths in the range of 185 to 400 nm and can be used as light sources for ultraviolet photometers.