This is a fiber-optic-coupled device (with diode array detector) which capable of providing fast and simultaneous collection of fluorescence spectra.

   The benefits of array technology include very fast scanning   
   with ability to scan all wavelengths range of 360-800 nm
   in less than 1second, which can be used for fast chemical

   reactions and denaturing materials. As UV-Vis light source
   (deuterium-tungsten) is used to stimulate the sample. This
   device shows the sensitivity and signal to very good noise
   for various fluorescence samples. 

   fluorescence spectrometer is a fiber-optic-coupled device
   (with array detector and a laser as light source) which is
   capable of providing fast and simultaneous collection of

   fluorescence spectr  

   Optical Specifications     Description
   Wavelength range     380-800 nm
   Straylight    < 0.03 %
   Resolution    < +1.0 nm
   Wavelength accuracy    < ± 0.1 nm
   Wavelength reproducibility    < ±0.02 nm for 10 consecutive scans (NIST 2034)
   Photometric accuracy    < ±0.01 A at 440.0 465.0 590.0 635.0 nm (NIST 930 e)
   Photometric noise    < 0.01 A 80 scan at 0 A , 500 nm
   Photometric stability    < 0.01 A/min at 0 A , 500 nm
   Baseline flatness    < 0.01 A 0.5 Second blank ,0.5 second scan at 0 A , 500 nm
   Scan time    2-1000 ms
   Typical scan time    0.01 s
   Light source    Deuterium+Halogen / Tungsten lamp
   Detector    1000 Multichannel
    Physical Specifications     Description
   Communication    USB 2
   Software    Windows Xp ,7,8
   Dimensions (Spectrometer)
   13 * 22* 28 cm
   Dimensions (Light source)    8* 22* 28 cm
   Weight    8 kg
   Power    220V AC 50/60 HZ


Fluorescence spectroscopy output is linear to sample concentration over a very broad range. It is a widely accepted and powerful technique that is used for variety of environmental, industrial, medical diagnostics, DNA sequencing, forensics, genetic analysis, and biotechnology applications. It is valuable analytical tool for both qualitative analysis.

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