UV-VIS Spectrophotometer with Double Beam Double Monochromator UV1000

UV-VIS Spectrophotometer UV1000

The UV1000 Spectrophotometer incorporates dual monochromator technology making it well suited to even the most demanding of applications in all areas of UV-Visible Spectroscopy including Pharmaceutical ,Material Science, Metrological Verification ,Biotechnology, Food Safety ,Research Wireless instrument control and data acquisition can be achieved from a Tablet PC using Wi-Fi technology allowing the analyst to move freely around the laboratory whilst also keeping track of sample measurements.

A spectrophotometer is the device used to measure the intensity of electromagnetic energy at each wavelength of light in a specified region. It mainly consists of a light source, a way to focus light onto the sample, a method to collect the light from the sample, a monochromator to separate the light into its component wavelengths and a detector to measure the intensity of light at each wavelength.

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

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UV-VIS Spectrophotometer with Double Beam Double Monochromator UV1000
Standard Features of Double Beam Spectrophotometer - UV 1000
  • Dual monochromator technology making it well suited to even the most demanding of applications in all areas.
  • Wireless instrument control and data acquisition can be achieved from a Tablet PC using Wi-Fi technology
  • Measurements at deep ultra-violet wavelengths can also be achieved with use of Nitrogen purged optics.
  • Thermostatic Cell Holders for temperature control.
  • Emissions Lamp used for automatic correction of spectral deviation.
Typical Specification
Parameters
UV-1000
UV-1000+
 Photometric Range

 - 6 Abs to + 6Abs 

 -8 Abs to + 8Abs 

 Stray Light

 At 198nm for KCL 0.05%T
 At 220nm NaI ASTM Method 0.00004%T
 At 340nm NaNo2 0.00005%T

 At 198nm for KCL 0.05%T
 At 220nm NaI    ASTM Method less than 0.00004%T 
 At 340nm NaNo2  0.00002%T

 Common Features
 Optical System

 True Double Beam

 Monochromator

 Double Monochromator

 Wavelength  Range

 185-900nm

 Wavelength Accuracy

 (+/- 0.1 nm)

 Spectral Bandwidth

 Continuous Slit 0.1-5.0nm with 0.1nm interval thru software

 Detector

 Photo Multiplier tube (PMT)

 Light Source

 D2 Lamp - UV Region
 W Lamp - Visible Region
 Hg Lamp - Wavelength Correction
 Automatic selectable light source lamp switching

 Wavelength Reproducibility

  less than 0.05 nm

 

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

FAQs

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.

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