Dual Beam UV-VIS 2000 Spectrophotometer

Spectrophotometry is one of the most useful methods of quantitative analysis in various fields such as Agriculture, Soil, Environmental, Food, Metal, Mining, Petrochemical, Clinical, Pharmaceutical.

At Labindia, we manufacture state-of-the-art Spectrophotometers ranging from fully automatic ones to UV-VIS Spectrophotometers. Labindia Analytical UV-VIS 2000 Spectrophotometer is a highly flexible, versatile and high-quality instrument that is carefully crafted for the modern laboratory.

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Dual Beam UV-VIS 2000 Spectrophotometer
Standard Features of Dual Beam UV-VIS 2000 Spectrophotometer
  • High performance fixed 2nm spectral bandwidth.
  • Low stray light 0.05%T.
  • Wavelength accuracy +/- 0.5nm.
  • Holographic blazed grating 1200 lines/mm.
  • Software (M.Wave Professional) control for photometric fixed wavelength measurement.
  • Easily upgraded to include quantitative analysis, multi wavelength spectrum & kinetics.
  • Robust modular design with a small footprint.
Typical Specification
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UV 2000U(UV-Visible)
Photometric Range

-0.3 - 3.0Abs

-0.3 - 3.0Abs

-0.3 - 3.0Abs

- 6.0 to + 6.0 Abs

Stray Light

less than or equal to 0.05% T (220nm Nal, 340nm NaNO )

less than or equal to 0.05% T (220nm Nal, 340nm NaNO )

220 nm less than 0.05% With KCL @198 less than 1% (2.35 A)

  <   0.0003%T (NaI at 220 nm, NaNO2 at 340 nm)

Optical System

Dual Beam

Dual Beam

Dual Beam

Double beam, double monochromator

Wavelength  Range

190 -1100nm

325 -1000nm

190 -1100nm


Wavelength Accuracy




±0.1nm (D2656.1nm),± 0.3nm all range

Wavelength Reproducibility

less than or equal to 0.3nm

less than or equal to 0.3nm

+0.2 nm

  <  0.05nm

Spectral Bandwidth




0.1/0.2/0.5/1.0/2.0/4.0/5.0 nm


Silicon photo diode

Silicon photo diode

Dual Silicon photodiode


Light Source

Tungsten Halogen and Deuterium arc lamps

Tungsten Halogen and Deuterium arc lamps



User Interface

Graphic LCD

Graphic LCD

5-inch color touchscreen


Baseline Flatness

0.002A (200 -1000nm)

0.002A (325 -1000nm)


±0.0008 A

Scan speed



3000 nm/min


Cell Capacity

8 cell automatic

4 cell Manual

Single Cell and Multi-cell up to 4 (Standard)



USB & Parralel Port

USB & Parralel Port

USB,Serial port,Bluetooth (Optional)

LAN, USB, RS-232

Wavelength display





Grating Holographic Gratings




1800 lines/mm

Power Supply









660 (W) x 570 (D) x 270 (H) mm






Baseline stability




±0.0004Abs (200-860nm)

Photometric accuracy




±0.002 A   @ 0.0-0.5 A,  + 0.004 A @ 0.5-1 A ±0.3%T @ 0-100 %T

Photometric repeatability




  <  0.001 A @ 0.0-0.5 A,  <  0.002 A @ 0.5-1 A,  <  0.15 %T @ 0-100 %T

Noise level




  <  0.00005 A / h @ 500nm, 2 hours


LABINDIA reserve the right to change specification without notice as part of its continuous product development.


1. What does a UV spectrophotometer measure?

UV-Vis Spectroscopy (or Spectrophotometry) is a quantitative technique used to measure how much a chemical substance absorbs light. This is done by measuring the intensity of light that passes through optical components with respect to the intensity of light through a reference sample or blank.

2. What are the main components of a UV VIS spectrophotometer?

There are four basic components to a simple single beam UV/Vis spectrophotometer; a light source, a monochromator, a sample, and a detector.

3. What is the difference between UV and visible spectrophotometry?

Molecules having non-bonding electrons can absorb the energy in the form of UV or visible light to excite these electrons to higher molecular orbitals. ... Ultraviolet-Visible Spectroscopy is absorption spectroscopy in the UV and visible portion of the electromagnetic spectrum.

4. Is infrared radiation dangerous?

In general, no -- at least from naturally occurring physical processes. Any form of radiation -- including visible light or radio waves -- could potentially be dangerous if highly concentrated into a narrow beam (that is the principle of lasers) of very high power.

5. What is the function of UV spectrophotometer?

UV / Vis spectrophotometer measures the absorbance of a light when it passes through a sample. The light absorbed is proportional to the quantity of a chemical in the sample.