New Benchtop Spectrofluorometer from HORIBA Scientific

HORIBA Scientific is proud to announce the new FluoroMax®-4 as the replacement to the legendary FluoroMax®-3. With a superb sensitivity of at least 400,000 cps (a 33% improvement) for the water-Raman peak at 397 nm, and an industry-leading signal-to-noise ratio of 3000:1 minimum (a 20% improvement), the FluoroMax®-4 stands out from the rest. Fluorescence measurements have never been easier in a bench-top spectrofluorometer, with a wide range of accessories and our new FluorEssence™ software for Windows®. Versatile, powerful, and compact are the hallmarks of the FluoroMax®-4. Perfect for basic research, analytic measurements, and quality control, the FluoroMax®-4 uses an ozone-free xenon arc lamp for broadband coverage from the UV to near-IR.

Among optional accessories for nearly any sort of fluorescence experiment you can imagine are: automatic polarizers, stopped-flow device for kinetics, our MicroMax 384 microwell-plate reader, autotitrator, temperature baths and Peltier heating/cooling for sample temperatures from the very hot down to cryogenic ranges, multiple-sample holders, a variety of cuvettes down to microliter capacity, and fiber-optic bundles for remote or in vivo measurements. For rapid fluorescence-lifetime measurements, an optional TCSPC (time-correlated single-photon counting) accessory with interchangeable, intense, pulsed NanoLED solid-state sources covers wavelengths from 265 nm through the near-IR.

HORIBA Scientific backs the FluoroMax®-4 with nearly 200 years of sales, service, and applications expertise in optical instrumentation. No one else can come close to The World’s Most Sensitive Spectrofluorometer!


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