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A spectrophotometer is a device for measuring the relative amounts of radiant energy or radiant flux as a function of wavelength. Spectrophotometers consist of two instruments, a spectrometer for producing light of any selected color (wavelength), and a photometer for measuring the intensity of light. There are two major classes of spectrophotometers; single beam and double beam. A double beam spectrophotometer measures the ratio of the light intensity on two different light paths, and a single beam spectrophotometer measures the absolute light intensity.
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Featured Equipment
The model 6705 covers the UV/visible range of the spectrum and has a 1.5nm bandwidth. All the three instruments have modes for spectrum scanning, photometrics, multi-wavelength analysis , quantitation and kinetics offering direct concentration results against single or multi-point calibrations.
The model 6715 covers the UV/visible range of the spectrum and has a 1.5nm bandwidth. The 6715 has modes for photometrics, spectrum scanning, multi-wavelength analysis, kinetics and quantitation, offering direct concentration results against single or multi-point calibrations.
Other Equipment
The Genova Nano Micro-volume spectrophotometer is a fusion of the high calibre Genova Plus life science spectrophotometer and Jenway's innovative micro-volume measurement accessory.
The Shimadzu AA-7000 series of Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometers features high-sensitivity analysis, flexible system configurations, a number of safety features, and a compact footprint, ensuring efficient and comfortable operation in your laboratory. In combination with easy-to-use software and the powerful ASC-7000 autosampler, the AA-7000 series is your choice for enhanced flame and furnace analysis.
The 6300 visible spectrophotometer is a high quality, low cost unit for use in spectrophotometric applications in schools and colleges, as well as in QC and testing procedures for a wide variety of services and industries.
The new Jenway Model 6315 completes the 63 Series product range. Building on the platform of the highly successful 6310, the model 6315 uses a pulsed xenon lamp to extend the wavelength range to the UV region.
The CRAIC UVM-1 microscope was designed to make imaging of microscopic samples fast and simple. The UVM- 1 operates from the deep ultraviolet to the near infrared, has excellent research capabilities and offers quick and reliable operation.
Four new spectrophotometers are introduced by the 73 series to the extensive Jenway range. These spectrophotometers make use of icon driven software and have an improved navigation system for easy and intuitive usability.
Novaspec III has been designed for use in the student teaching laboratory. It is a rugged, light-in-weight instrument with no moving parts, making it both highly portable and highly reliable. A fully automatic calibration at startup gives confidence in its use.
This spectrophotometer was designed based on the highly successful 73 series spectrophotometers and hence has all the features of the 73 series such as icon driven software and an improved navigation system for easy and intuitive usability.
The Thermo Scientific NanoDrop 2000 is the only micro-volume spectrophotometer with a patented sample retention technology that allows for sample volumes as small as 0.5 µL.
NanoVue spectrophotometer is an easy-to-use and reliable instrument for the measurement of nucleic acid and protein samples. Samples of 0.5 µl to 2 µl can be pipetted directly onto a novel sample plate for measurement, and then simply recovered using a pipette. If sample recovery is not required, the sample plate can be quickly and easily wiped clean.
The 20/30 PV™ microspectrophotometer is for taking spectra and images of microscopic samples by UV-visible-NIR absorbance, reflectance, Raman, polarization and fluorescence.