Model 211C - Diode Array Spectrophotometer

Price: $1499 - Special Order

This spectrophotometer measures atomic and fluorescence emissions in the 360-1100 nm range. Using the Fluorescence Adapter, this instrument can evaluate fluorescence emission spectra from the FS-528.

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Quick Facts


Applications: Structure of the Atom, Molecular Excited States

Features: Simplistic Design, Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Atomic Spectroscopy

Technical Description

The MicroLAB/Avantes Spectrophotometer is a 2048 channel diode array spectrophotometer for measurement of atomic and fluorescence emission spectra.  Long integration times allow detection of weakly fluorescent or dilute samples.  The 211C has very narrow (25 micron) slits and spreads a 740nm spectrum over 2048 detector channels for higher resolution than conventionally found with educational spectrometers (3-4 times that of diode array spectrometers).  Students are able to easily and accurately resolve closely spaced spectral lines with widely different intensities.

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Technical Specifications

Optical Bench:

Symmetrical Czerny-Turner, 75 mm focal length

Wavelength range:

360-1100 nm

Slit width:

25 mm

Resolution:

1.2 nm, FWHM

Stray light:

<0.1%

Detector :

CCD linear array, 2048 pixels

Signal to noise:

250:1

A/D Converter:

14 bits

Integration time:

1.2ms-10 minutes

Interface:

USB

Dimensions:

175 x 110 x 44 mm

Weight:

716 grams

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