£2,735.00 ex VAT | £3,282.00 Inc VAT
The Vernier UV-VIS Spectrophotometer is a portable ultraviolet and visible light spectrometer, ideal for measuring the absorbance spectra of various chemical and biochemical compounds.
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- Vernier UV-VIS Spectrophotometer
- AC power supply
- Two Starna quartz cuvettes
- USB cable
- User manual
- Dimensions: 18.5 cm × 17.0 cm × 7.0 cm
- Power Supply: AC adapter (included)
- Power Consumption: 3 A start-up, 500 mA continuous
- Light Source: deuterium (UV) and incandescent (VIS)
- Detector: Linear CCD
- Wavelength Range: 220-850 nm
- Wavelength Reporting Interval: ∼ 1 nm
- Optical Resolution: 3.0 nm (as determined with 486 nm hydrogen emission spectral line FWHM)
- Wavelength Accuracy: ± 2.0 nm (as determined with holmium oxide NIST standard)
- Photometric Accuracy: ± 5.0% (as determined with potassium dichromate NIST standards)
- Photometric Range (for best accuracy): 0.1-1.0
- Typical Scan Time: ∼ 2 s
- Operating Temperature: 15-35°C
The UV-VIS Spectrometer may require a compatible interface and software. Choose a platform below to see compatible interface and software options.
|Spectral Analysis for Computers Verison 4.8||Graphical Analysis for Computers Verison 5.4||Logger Pro Version 3.16|
|NO INTERFACE REQUIRED||Full support 1 2||Incompatible||Full support 3|
|LabQuest 3||Incompatible||Full support 4||Incompatible|
|LabQuest 2 (Disontinued)||Incompatible||Full support 4||Incompatible|
|Spectral Analysis for Chrome |
|Graphical Analysis for Chrome |
|NO INTERFACE REQUIRED||Full support||Incompatible|
|LabQuest 3||Incompatible||Full support1|
|LabQuest 2 (Disontinued)||Incompatible||Full support1|
1. Connect this sensor directly to a computer or Chromebook via a USB connection and use with Spectral Analysis App for best results. Alternatively, this sensor is fully supported when used with LabQuest 2 or LabQuest 3 when the LabQuest is connected to a computer or Chromebook via Wireless Data Sharing.
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