6300, Visible Range Spectrophotometer, 320-1000nm, 8nm bandwidth, Non-Scanning

  • Easy to use
  • Versatile sampling system
  • Full interfacing capability
  • G.L.P. compliant
  • 320-1000nm/8nm SBW
  • Now includes free PC Software* worth 75
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The Model 6300 is designed to provide a high quality, easy to use measurement system for routine analysis. The 6300 has modes for Absorbance, %T and Concentration measurement. Calibration is performed against a blank (Abs and %T) and a standard or factor for Concentration. Wavelength selection is made electronically via a finely geared stepper motor with a displayed resolution of 1nm

Features include:

A custom designed LCD gives simultaneous readout of wavelength and photometric result. Error messages, prompts, mode indication and a choice of concentration units are presented in an easily understood format.

Simple keypad layout and operating protocols ensure reliable operation by unfamiliar users.

An impressive optical performance minimises the stray light by the automatic activation of internal filters, whilst the narrow 8nm bandwidth provides the high degree of selectivity essential for most analytical situations. A precision stepper motor gives excellent positional control for the optical grating ensuring wavelength selection is both accurate and highly repeatable.

A versatile sampling system comprising a large cell chamber and the variable length cuvette holder allow 10-100mm path length cells to be accommodated with ease, therefore changing of the sample configuration is quick and simple. Additional sampling flexibility can be gained using 10-25mm diameter test tubes or the optional 4 position cell holder. Flow through cuvettes can be used with the optional sipper pump, while water heated or electrically heated cuvette holder options are available.

Full interfacing capability using RS232 interfacing or an analogue output is provided as standard. Utilising the RS232 facility allows results to be down loaded via the front panel print key.
The bi-directional interface also allows remote interrogation and control of the 6300 which is now possible with the PC software provided. This package includes a data logging option.

Traceable calibration standards provide the on-going assurance of accuracy required by Good Laboratory Practice (G.L.P.). The 6300 complies fully with EEC and US directives relating to ESD/EMC emission and susceptibility.

6305 Spectrophotometers, Non-Scanning UV/Visible Range 198-1000nm, 6nm bandwidth

The Model 6305 is designed as a high quality, low cost measurement system for routine analysis.
  • Non-scanning
  • 6nm bandwidth over UV range
  • Xenon lamp source with extended life
  • Self calibrating lamp at 3 wavelengths
  • Full interfacing capability

Features include:

A customised LCD gives simultaneous readout of wavelength and photometric result. Error messages, prompts, mode indication and a choice of concentration units are presented in an easily understood format.

Simple keypad layout and operating protocols ensure reliable operation by unfamiliar users.

The xenon lamp source offers a broad spectral source and extended life, therefore minimising the running costs of the product over its lifetime. The key feature of the lamp is that 40% of the energy of the lamp is emitted below 400nm, with intensity at 260nm which means an extra 5-10 times energy in the UV region compared to deuterium lamps. This makes the 6305 an ideal instrument for protein peptide or DNA studies.

A 3 point wavelength calibration is performed each time the 6305 is switched on, by looking at the fixed emission lines of the xenon lamp. This ensures the certainty of wavelength setting (247, 528 and 824nm) and provides the on-going assurance of accuracy required by Good Laboratory Practice (G.L.P.). The 6305 complies fully with EEC and US directives relating to ESD/EMC emission and susceptibility

A versatile sampling system comprising a large cell chamber and the variable length cuvette holder allow 10-100mm cells to be accommodated with ease, therefore changing of the sample configuration is quick and simple. Additional sampling flexibility can be gained using 10-25mm diameter test tubes or the optional 4 position cell holder.

Full interfacing capability using RS232 interfacing or an analogue output is provided as standard. Utilising the RS232 facility allows results to be down loaded via the front panel print key.
The bi-directional interface also allows remote interrogation and control of the 6305.

6500 and 6505 Split Beam Scanning Spectrophotometers
6500 –Visible Range (320-1100nm)

6505 – UV/Visible Range (190-1100nm)

  • High performance split beam optics
  • 1.8nm bandwidth
  • Spectral addition and subtraction
  • 1st-4th derivative and post scan analysis
  • Method and results storage
  • Application and data storage cards

The 6500 series are multi-capability scanning spectrophotometers designed to provide a high quality system which offers all the features required by a scientist to manipulate and process spectral information.
The Model 6500 Visible range unit operates at 320-1100nm.
The Model 6505 UV/Visible range unit operates at 190-1100nm.

Features include:

A customised LCD gives a clear readout of calibration data, sample data and all set-up options.

Simple keypad layout and operating protocols facilitates the setting of experimental parameters and initiating sample analysis procedures.

Graphical user interface (GUI) allows interactive control of all operating parameters. Both keypad and mouse operation are fully supported.

Multi-language capability allows screen instructions to be presented in a choice of English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish.

Five operating ranges are available - photometrics, spectrum, kinetics, multi-wavelength and quantitation.
Full kinetics capability allows, usually in conjunction with the peltier cell block, full analysis of timed reactions

Calibration curves producing non-linear results can also be accommodated using in-built software. Up to twenty data points (standards), or up to seven when using the multi-cell changer, can be determined automatically and used to construct a calibration curve. A variety of statistical methods are available to ensure a close correlation to all curve shapes.

Full scanning capability allows scan range, speed and resolution to be user adjusted and the resultant scan to be auto scaled for enhanced visibility. Peaks and valleys are labelled with wavelength and absorbance values and can be readily down loaded to the optional internal printer, to a PC or a Centronics printer. A cursor facility allows the user to interrogate specific parts of the scanned data

A versatile sample compartment is fitted to the instrument to house the full range of accessories developed for the 6500 series.

An integral printer module is available and can be supplied as a factory fitted item at the time of ordering the product or as a customer installable module.

Full interfacing capability using RS232 interfacing or an analogue output is provided as standard. Utilising the RS232 facility allows results to be down loaded via the front panel print key.
Both models incorporate a bi-directional interface allowing remote operation, calibration and interrogation by an external computer.

An automatic results log allows readings to be stored in a data file either when the print key is pressed; at a user defined set time interval or by a multiple sample assay using the 8 position cell holder. Data files have a user entered ID and can be saved in internal memory or to an external data card. Results saved in internal memory can be transferred to an external data card

Method storage allows all user set parameters to be saved against a user identification. A method can be subsequently recalled which configures the instrument to the saved parameters. The instrument settings for a recalled method can be altered and subsequently saved against the same or a different method identification. Methods can be saved in internal memory or to an external memory card. Methods saved in internal memory can be transferred to an external data card. The instruments memory has the capacity to store a minimum of fifty methods.

Traceable calibration standards provide the on-going assurance of accuracy required by Good Laboratory Practice (G.L.P.). A user set identification number (up to 20 digits in length) is entered and will be shown on any printouts produced by the instrument. In addition, each printout will show sample number, reading, unit of measurement, the wavelength analysis and the current time and date. Scans and concentration curves stored will also be time and date stamped. The 6500 series complies fully with EEC and US directives relating to ESD/EMC emission and susceptibility


 
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