Wyatt Technology’s DynaPro NanoStar can analyze buffers, promiscuous inhibitors, protein solutions, or other products in solution. The new DLS instrument has more than double the signal-to-noise of its previous version. Low sample volume down to 1µL is possible, thanks to the exclusively designed cuvettes. Every major component is replaced in the NanoStar to make it a qualified member of Wyatt's portfolio of instruments and part of the user-friendly DYNAMICS® software.
The following are the key features of the DynaPro NanoStar:
- The presence of a TCP/IP interface allows for instant installation and operation of the new DLS instrument on a laboratory network from anywhere through an Internet connection.
- Automatic attenuation over five orders of magnitude ensures that the NanoStar never goes out of range.
- Features a double density correlator with 512 bins from 100nsec to 1 hour. The DD correlator has 32 bins in the first stage and 16 in the subsequent stages.
- The integration of a dedicated Static Light Scattering detector enables the NanoStar to measure hydrodynamic radii as well as absolute molecular weights.
- Single mode optical fiber technology becomes outdated due to the combination of air-launched laser and proprietary optics for higher sensitivity makes outdated.
- Can be integrated into Wyatt's on-line multi-angle light scattering systems to improve resolution.
- Temperature control systems can be adjusted for improved response time and have an overall temperature range of -15°C to +150°C.