The FP-8200 Spectrofluorometer is the basic, compact model for routine measurements such as spectral scanning and quantitation

Jasco FP-8200 Spectrofluorometer


The FP-8200 Spectrofluorometer is the basic, compact model for routine measurements such as spectral scanning and quantitation.

The FP-8200 is a general-purpose instrument. The simplified yet powerful design is perfect for users that require routine fluorescence measurements in a quality-control environment.

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Jasco FP-8200 Spectrofluorometer

The standard Auto-SCS and Auto-Gain features enable measurements to be obtained over a wide range of concentrations using only one method. Two graphical user interfaces are available: Spectra Manager™ cross-platform spectroscopy software that allows full system control of the instrument, separate from the data processing and analysis, and the intelligent remote module (iRM) with a color LCD touch screen.
  • ● High sensitivity S/N > 1,600 (RMS)
  • ● Dynamic range up to six digits
  • ● High speed scanning up to 20,000 nm/min
  • ● Wavelength range: 200 to 750 nm (900 nm optional)
  • ● Higher order diffraction band-pass filter (optional)

Product Specialist

Mats Grapne

"More than 30 years experience in the field of HPLC, Spectroscopy and other analytical equipments. Contact me if you have questions or need a quotation"

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08-473 3340

Instrument Performance

  • Highest Sensitivity

    The high throughput optical system and low noise signal processing of the FP-8000 Series provides users with a high S/N (signal-to-noise) performance of up to 5,000:1 (RMS). The advanced A/D converter enables rapid sampling and the high speed signal processing system that immediately converts the fluorescence signal from the detector to a digital signal without introducing any additional noise.

  • Wide Dynamic Range

    A wide dynamic range for luminescence measurements is obtained by using the Auto-Gain and Auto-SCS features, automatically adjusting the detector gain and sensitivity for optimum measurements.

Auto-Gain

Auto-Gain automatically adjusts the gain of a signal from the detector, so that the S/N is optimized throughout the entire scan range for spectral or time course measurements. Since quantum yield measurements can produce peaks that vary greatly in fluorescence intensity, the auto-gain function assures the accuracy of the measurement.

Auto-SCS

The Auto Sensitivity Control System (SCS) allows users to create calibration curves for a wide concentration range without having to manually change the instrument Sensitivity settings. Auto-SCS can obtain measurements of sub-picomolar to micromolar concentrations for fixed wavelength measurements and quantitative analyses.

Automatic Band-Pass Filter for Higher-Order Diffraction

The new automatic band-pass filters remove peaks originating from higher-order diffracted light to provide simple and reliable spectral acquisition and analysis. The band-pass filters can also be used for spectral corrections, 3D measurements, and quantum yield determination.
  • Spectral Correction

    JASCO has developed a spectral correction system to provide greater accuracy covering a larger wavelength range. While traditionally Rhodamine B was used for spectral correction of the excitation spectra, the use of calibrated deuterium and tungsten halogen light sources and calibrated detector now provide corrected data which can be directly observed from the UV to NIR spectral regions.
  • Automatic Accessory Recognition

    When an accessory is attached to the instrument sample compartment, Spectra Manager™ automatically recognizes the installed accessory. Previously used instrument parameters associated with the accessory are recalled and information such as the accessory name and serial number are logged with the measurement file information. The IQ start system in conjunction with IQ Accessory recognition allows rapid access to pre-defined analysis methods.

Overview FP-8000 series

A fluorometer with aberration free optical system incorporating a high intensity continuous xenon source for unsurpassed sensitivity.
Each FP-8000 Series Fluorometer has an optical bench designed specifically for high sensitivity measurements with a range of features that makes it excellent for applications that require precise data. The FP-8000 Series of spectro-fluorometers has been developed for a variety of applications including biomolecular structure, advanced materials research, and quantum yield measurements.

Features of the FP-8000 Series Fluorometer
  • High throughput optical system
  • Wide dynamic range for high sensitivity measurements (at least 6 orders of magnitude) using Auto Gain and Auto Sensitivity Control System for optimal S/N
  • Variable spectral bandwidth down to 1 nm to resolve narrow spectral features
  • Automatic band-pass filters for higher order diffraction
  • High speed scanning for rapid data acquisition
  • Spectral Correction for Quantum Yield measurements
Unique Features and Accessories
  • Range of precise temperature control accessories
  • Automatic polarizers for anisotropy measurements (with temperature control)
  • Integrating spheres for Quantum Yield measurements
  • Microplate Reader for rapid sample throughput
  • Microsampling accessories for small volume samples
  • Stopped-flow system for rapid kinetics
  • Spectra Manager™ Suite software for control and data analysis
  • Flexible design allows for field upgrades for different measurements  as applications and budgets evolve
Versatility for a Wide Range of Applications
  • Protein dynamics
  • Quantitative analysis
  • Cellular membrane studies
  • Enzyme kineticsCarbon nanostructures
  • Characterization of fluorescent probes
  • Short life-time phosphorescence measurements
  • Thermal stability measurements

The FP-8300 Spectrofluorometer is a sophisticated optical system with additional features for biological applications

Jasco FP-8300 Spectrofluorometer


The FP-8300 Spectrofluorometer is a sophisticated optical system with additional features for biological applications.

The FP-8300 is a user friendly spectrofluorometer with a wide range of accessories that are well suited to biological research.

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Jasco FP-8300 Spectrofluorometer

The standard Auto-SCS and Auto-Gain features enable measurements to be obtained over a wide range of concentrations using only one method. Two graphical user interfaces are available: Spectra Manager™ cross-platform spectroscopy software that allows full system control of the instrument, separate from the data processing and analysis, and the intelligent remote module (iRM) with a color LCD touch screen.
  • ● High sensitivity S/N 8000:1 (RMS, water Raman)

  • ● High Resolution 1.0 nm
  • ● Wavelength range: 200 to 750 nm (900 nm optional)

Product Specialist

Mats Grapne

"More than 30 years experience in the field of HPLC, Spectroscopy and other analytical equipments. Contact me if you have questions or need a quotation"

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08-473 3340

Instrument Performance

  • Highest Sensitivity

    The high throughput optical system and low noise signal processing of the FP-8000 Series provides users with a high S/N (signal-to-noise) performance of up to 5,000:1 (RMS). The advanced A/D converter enables rapid sampling and the high speed signal processing system that immediately converts the fluorescence signal from the detector to a digital signal without introducing any additional noise.

  • Wide Dynamic Range

    A wide dynamic range for luminescence measurements is obtained by using the Auto-Gain and Auto-SCS features, automatically adjusting the detector gain and sensitivity for optimum measurements.

Auto-Gain

Auto-Gain automatically adjusts the gain of a signal from the detector, so that the S/N is optimized throughout the entire scan range for spectral or time course measurements. Since quantum yield measurements can produce peaks that vary greatly in fluorescence intensity, the auto-gain function assures the accuracy of the measurement.

Auto-SCS

The Auto Sensitivity Control System (SCS) allows users to create calibration curves for a wide concentration range without having to manually change the instrument Sensitivity settings. Auto-SCS can obtain measurements of sub-picomolar to micromolar concentrations for fixed wavelength measurements and quantitative analyses.

Automatic Band-Pass Filter for Higher-Order Diffraction

The new automatic band-pass filters remove peaks originating from higher-order diffracted light to provide simple and reliable spectral acquisition and analysis. The band-pass filters can also be used for spectral corrections, 3D measurements, and quantum yield determination.
  • Spectral Correction

    JASCO has developed a spectral correction system to provide greater accuracy covering a larger wavelength range. While traditionally Rhodamine B was used for spectral correction of the excitation spectra, the use of calibrated deuterium and tungsten halogen light sources and calibrated detector now provide corrected data which can be directly observed from the UV to NIR spectral regions.
  • Automatic Accessory Recognition

    When an accessory is attached to the instrument sample compartment, Spectra Manager™ automatically recognizes the installed accessory. Previously used instrument parameters associated with the accessory are recalled and information such as the accessory name and serial number are logged with the measurement file information. The IQ start system in conjunction with IQ Accessory recognition allows rapid access to pre-defined analysis methods.

Overview FP-8000 series

A fluorometer with aberration free optical system incorporating a high intensity continuous xenon source for unsurpassed sensitivity.
Each FP-8000 Series Fluorometer has an optical bench designed specifically for high sensitivity measurements with a range of features that makes it excellent for applications that require precise data. The FP-8000 Series of spectro-fluorometers has been developed for a variety of applications including biomolecular structure, advanced materials research, and quantum yield measurements.

Features of the FP-8000 Series Fluorometer
  • High throughput optical system
  • Wide dynamic range for high sensitivity measurements (at least 6 orders of magnitude) using Auto Gain and Auto Sensitivity Control System for optimal S/N
  • Variable spectral bandwidth down to 1 nm to resolve narrow spectral features
  • Automatic band-pass filters for higher order diffraction
  • High speed scanning for rapid data acquisition
  • Spectral Correction for Quantum Yield measurements
Unique Features and Accessories
  • Range of precise temperature control accessories
  • Automatic polarizers for anisotropy measurements (with temperature control)
  • Integrating spheres for Quantum Yield measurements
  • Microplate Reader for rapid sample throughput
  • Microsampling accessories for small volume samples
  • Stopped-flow system for rapid kinetics
  • Spectra Manager™ Suite software for control and data analysis
  • Flexible design allows for field upgrades for different measurements  as applications and budgets evolve
Versatility for a Wide Range of Applications
  • Protein dynamics
  • Quantitative analysis
  • Cellular membrane studies
  • Enzyme kineticsCarbon nanostructures
  • Characterization of fluorescent probes
  • Short life-time phosphorescence measurements
  • Thermal stability measurements

The FP-8500 is the highest sensitivity and optimal spectral accuracy model with a wide range of accessories for maximum flexibility

Jasco FP-8500 Spectrofluorometer


The FP-8500 is the highest sensitivity and optimal spectral accuracy model with a wide range of accessories for maximum flexibility.

The FP-8500 spectrofluorometer has an optimized optical design for very low stray light and a dynamic range of up to 6.5 orders of magnitude.

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Jasco FP-8500 Spectrofluorometer

It is exceptionally sensitive with a Raman S/N ratio of 5,000:1 (RMS), which allows for fast measurements of samples with low level fluorescence. The high spectral resolution of 1.0 nm, automatic band-pass filters for exclusion of higher-order diffraction, and accurate spectral correction assures accurate measurements for the evaluation of advanced materials. The high-speed scanning enables fast measurements of 3D spectra and phosphorescence samples.
  • ● High intensity continuous output Xenon arc lamp
  • ● Energy monitoring of the excitation energy for stability
  • ● Shutter to protect samples until measurement
  • ● Stray light rejection filters
  • ● High sensitivity S/N 8500:1 (RMS, water Raman)

  • ● High-speed scanning up to 60,000 nm/min
  • ● Wavelength range: 200 to 750 nm (850 nm optional)
  • ●  Validation accessory comes standard

Product Specialist

Mats Grapne

"More than 30 years experience in the field of HPLC, Spectroscopy and other analytical equipments. Contact me if you have questions or need a quotation"

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08-473 3340

Instrument Performance

  • Highest Sensitivity

    The high throughput optical system and low noise signal processing of the FP-8000 Series provides users with a high S/N (signal-to-noise) performance of up to 5,000:1 (RMS). The advanced A/D converter enables rapid sampling and the high speed signal processing system that immediately converts the fluorescence signal from the detector to a digital signal without introducing any additional noise.

  • Wide Dynamic Range

    A wide dynamic range for luminescence measurements is obtained by using the Auto-Gain and Auto-SCS features, automatically adjusting the detector gain and sensitivity for optimum measurements.

Auto-Gain

Auto-Gain automatically adjusts the gain of a signal from the detector, so that the S/N is optimized throughout the entire scan range for spectral or time course measurements. Since quantum yield measurements can produce peaks that vary greatly in fluorescence intensity, the auto-gain function assures the accuracy of the measurement.

Auto-SCS

The Auto Sensitivity Control System (SCS) allows users to create calibration curves for a wide concentration range without having to manually change the instrument Sensitivity settings. Auto-SCS can obtain measurements of sub-picomolar to micromolar concentrations for fixed wavelength measurements and quantitative analyses.

Automatic Band-Pass Filter for Higher-Order Diffraction

The new automatic band-pass filters remove peaks originating from higher-order diffracted light to provide simple and reliable spectral acquisition and analysis. The band-pass filters can also be used for spectral corrections, 3D measurements, and quantum yield determination.
  • Spectral Correction

    JASCO has developed a spectral correction system to provide greater accuracy covering a larger wavelength range. While traditionally Rhodamine B was used for spectral correction of the excitation spectra, the use of calibrated deuterium and tungsten halogen light sources and calibrated detector now provide corrected data which can be directly observed from the UV to NIR spectral regions.
  • Automatic Accessory Recognition

    When an accessory is attached to the instrument sample compartment, Spectra Manager™ automatically recognizes the installed accessory. Previously used instrument parameters associated with the accessory are recalled and information such as the accessory name and serial number are logged with the measurement file information. The IQ start system in conjunction with IQ Accessory recognition allows rapid access to pre-defined analysis methods.

Overview FP-8000 series

A fluorometer with aberration free optical system incorporating a high intensity continuous xenon source for unsurpassed sensitivity.
Each FP-8000 Series Fluorometer has an optical bench designed specifically for high sensitivity measurements with a range of features that makes it excellent for applications that require precise data. The FP-8000 Series of spectro-fluorometers has been developed for a variety of applications including biomolecular structure, advanced materials research, and quantum yield measurements.

Features of the FP-8000 Series Fluorometer
  • High throughput optical system
  • Wide dynamic range for high sensitivity measurements (at least 6 orders of magnitude) using Auto Gain and Auto Sensitivity Control System for optimal S/N
  • Variable spectral bandwidth down to 1 nm to resolve narrow spectral features
  • Automatic band-pass filters for higher order diffraction
  • High speed scanning for rapid data acquisition
  • Spectral Correction for Quantum Yield measurements
Unique Features and Accessories
  • Range of precise temperature control accessories
  • Automatic polarizers for anisotropy measurements (with temperature control)
  • Integrating spheres for Quantum Yield measurements
  • Microplate Reader for rapid sample throughput
  • Microsampling accessories for small volume samples
  • Stopped-flow system for rapid kinetics
  • Spectra Manager™ Suite software for control and data analysis
  • Flexible design allows for field upgrades for different measurements  as applications and budgets evolve
Versatility for a Wide Range of Applications
  • Protein dynamics
  • Quantitative analysis
  • Cellular membrane studies
  • Enzyme kineticsCarbon nanostructures
  • Characterization of fluorescent probes
  • Short life-time phosphorescence measurements
  • Thermal stability measurements

FP-8600 NIR Spectrofluorometer for extended wavelength operation into the near infrared

Jasco FP-8600 Spectrofluorometer


FP-8600 NIR Spectrofluorometer for extended wavelength operation into the near infrared.

The FP-8600 NIR spectrofluorometer uses a ‘red’ sensitive PMT to obtain data from the UV to the NIR regions. The excitation wavelength range of 200 to 850 and up to 1010 nm for fluorescence emission allows measurements of materials which have fluorescence in the NIR region.

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Jasco FP-8600 Spectrofluorometer

The small instrument design incorporates high-speed Ex ad Em scanning grating monochromators, with adjustable spectral bandwidths and automatic band-pass filters to exclude higher-order diffraction. The FP-8600 is well suited to analysis of carbon nanotubes and biological sample measurements made using NIR fluorescence reagent dyes to avoid auto-fluorescence.
  • ● High sensitivity S/N > 2,500 (RMS)
  • ● Many options include, solid sampling, spectral correction and quantum yield with ambient and LN2 cooled integrating spheres
  • ● High-speed scanning up to 120,000 nm/min Emission
  • ● Wavelength range: 200 to 1010 nm Emission (up to 850 nm, Excitation)
  • ● Validation included

Product Specialist

"More than 30 years experience in the field of HPLC, Spectroscopy and other analytical equipments. Contact me if you have questions or need a quotation"

Mats Grapne

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08-473 3340

Instrument Performance

  • Highest Sensitivity

    The high throughput optical system and low noise signal processing of the FP-8000 Series provides users with a high S/N (signal-to-noise) performance of up to 5,000:1 (RMS). The advanced A/D converter enables rapid sampling and the high speed signal processing system that immediately converts the fluorescence signal from the detector to a digital signal without introducing any additional noise.

  • Wide Dynamic Range

    A wide dynamic range for luminescence measurements is obtained by using the Auto-Gain and Auto-SCS features, automatically adjusting the detector gain and sensitivity for optimum measurements.

Auto-Gain

Auto-Gain automatically adjusts the gain of a signal from the detector, so that the S/N is optimized throughout the entire scan range for spectral or time course measurements. Since quantum yield measurements can produce peaks that vary greatly in fluorescence intensity, the auto-gain function assures the accuracy of the measurement.

Auto-SCS

The Auto Sensitivity Control System (SCS) allows users to create calibration curves for a wide concentration range without having to manually change the instrument Sensitivity settings. Auto-SCS can obtain measurements of sub-picomolar to micromolar concentrations for fixed wavelength measurements and quantitative analyses.

Automatic Band-Pass Filter for Higher-Order Diffraction

The new automatic band-pass filters remove peaks originating from higher-order diffracted light to provide simple and reliable spectral acquisition and analysis. The band-pass filters can also be used for spectral corrections, 3D measurements, and quantum yield determination.
  • Spectral Correction

    JASCO has developed a spectral correction system to provide greater accuracy covering a larger wavelength range. While traditionally Rhodamine B was used for spectral correction of the excitation spectra, the use of calibrated deuterium and tungsten halogen light sources and calibrated detector now provide corrected data which can be directly observed from the UV to NIR spectral regions.
  • Automatic Accessory Recognition

    When an accessory is attached to the instrument sample compartment, Spectra Manager™ automatically recognizes the installed accessory. Previously used instrument parameters associated with the accessory are recalled and information such as the accessory name and serial number are logged with the measurement file information. The IQ start system in conjunction with IQ Accessory recognition allows rapid access to pre-defined analysis methods.

Overview FP-8000 series

A fluorometer with aberration free optical system incorporating a high intensity continuous xenon source for unsurpassed sensitivity.
Each FP-8000 Series Fluorometer has an optical bench designed specifically for high sensitivity measurements with a range of features that makes it excellent for applications that require precise data. The FP-8000 Series of spectro-fluorometers has been developed for a variety of applications including biomolecular structure, advanced materials research, and quantum yield measurements.

Features of the FP-8000 Series Fluorometer
  • High throughput optical system
  • Wide dynamic range for high sensitivity measurements (at least 6 orders of magnitude) using Auto Gain and Auto Sensitivity Control System for optimal S/N
  • Variable spectral bandwidth down to 1 nm to resolve narrow spectral features
  • Automatic band-pass filters for higher order diffraction
  • High speed scanning for rapid data acquisition
  • Spectral Correction for Quantum Yield measurements
Unique Features and Accessories
  • Range of precise temperature control accessories
  • Automatic polarizers for anisotropy measurements (with temperature control)
  • Integrating spheres for Quantum Yield measurements
  • Microplate Reader for rapid sample throughput
  • Microsampling accessories for small volume samples
  • Stopped-flow system for rapid kinetics
  • Spectra Manager™ Suite software for control and data analysis
  • Flexible design allows for field upgrades for different measurements  as applications and budgets evolve
Versatility for a Wide Range of Applications
  • Protein dynamics
  • Quantitative analysis
  • Cellular membrane studies
  • Enzyme kineticsCarbon nanostructures
  • Characterization of fluorescent probes
  • Short life-time phosphorescence measurements
  • Thermal stability measurements

FP-8700 NIR Spectrofluorometer with a liquid nitrogen cooled PMT detector for applications that require high sensitivity measurements into the near infrared (1700 nm)

Jasco FP-8700 Spectrofluorometer


FP-8700 NIR Spectrofluorometer with a liquid nitrogen cooled PMT detector for applications that require high sensitivity measurements into the near infrared (1700 nm).

The FP-8700 NIR spectrofluorometer is a wide range version of the FP-8600 and includes a choice of two different liquid N2 cooled PMT detectors for greatly enhanced sensitivity in the NIR region to 1400 nm (1700 nm as an option)

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Jasco FP-8700 Spectrofluorometer

The FP-8700 is typically used for up-conversion experiments that require on a laser double-photon excitation of an electron. This expanding field is useful for research into some new applications biological dyes and carbon structural analysis. The instrument can be calibrated for quantum efficiency/yield measurements using the calibrated light source with a pattern file correction to 1700nm.
  • ● Liquid N2 cooled PMT
  • ● Emission wavelength 300-1400 nm (1700 nm as option)
  • ● Laser excitation for up-conversion measurement (with safety interlock)
  • ● 3D Spectrum analysis for fluorescence characterization
  • ● Spectral correction for quantum yield/quantum efficiency measurements
  • ● Optional Liquid N2 cooled integrating sphere

Product Specialist

Mats Grapne

"More than 30 years experience in the field of HPLC, Spectroscopy and other analytical equipments. Contact me if you have questions or need a quotation"

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08-473 3340

Instrument Performance

  • Highest Sensitivity

    The high throughput optical system and low noise signal processing of the FP-8000 Series provides users with a high S/N (signal-to-noise) performance of up to 5,000:1 (RMS). The advanced A/D converter enables rapid sampling and the high speed signal processing system that immediately converts the fluorescence signal from the detector to a digital signal without introducing any additional noise.

  • Wide Dynamic Range

    A wide dynamic range for luminescence measurements is obtained by using the Auto-Gain and Auto-SCS features, automatically adjusting the detector gain and sensitivity for optimum measurements.

Auto-Gain

Auto-Gain automatically adjusts the gain of a signal from the detector, so that the S/N is optimized throughout the entire scan range for spectral or time course measurements. Since quantum yield measurements can produce peaks that vary greatly in fluorescence intensity, the auto-gain function assures the accuracy of the measurement.

Auto-SCS

The Auto Sensitivity Control System (SCS) allows users to create calibration curves for a wide concentration range without having to manually change the instrument Sensitivity settings. Auto-SCS can obtain measurements of sub-picomolar to micromolar concentrations for fixed wavelength measurements and quantitative analyses.

Automatic Band-Pass Filter for Higher-Order Diffraction

The new automatic band-pass filters remove peaks originating from higher-order diffracted light to provide simple and reliable spectral acquisition and analysis. The band-pass filters can also be used for spectral corrections, 3D measurements, and quantum yield determination.
  • Spectral Correction

    JASCO has developed a spectral correction system to provide greater accuracy covering a larger wavelength range. While traditionally Rhodamine B was used for spectral correction of the excitation spectra, the use of calibrated deuterium and tungsten halogen light sources and calibrated detector now provide corrected data which can be directly observed from the UV to NIR spectral regions.
  • Automatic Accessory Recognition

    When an accessory is attached to the instrument sample compartment, Spectra Manager™ automatically recognizes the installed accessory. Previously used instrument parameters associated with the accessory are recalled and information such as the accessory name and serial number are logged with the measurement file information. The IQ start system in conjunction with IQ Accessory recognition allows rapid access to pre-defined analysis methods.

Overview FP-8000 series

A fluorometer with aberration free optical system incorporating a high intensity continuous xenon source for unsurpassed sensitivity.
Each FP-8000 Series Fluorometer has an optical bench designed specifically for high sensitivity measurements with a range of features that makes it excellent for applications that require precise data. The FP-8000 Series of spectro-fluorometers has been developed for a variety of applications including biomolecular structure, advanced materials research, and quantum yield measurements.

Features of the FP-8000 Series Fluorometer
  • High throughput optical system
  • Wide dynamic range for high sensitivity measurements (at least 6 orders of magnitude) using Auto Gain and Auto Sensitivity Control System for optimal S/N
  • Variable spectral bandwidth down to 1 nm to resolve narrow spectral features
  • Automatic band-pass filters for higher order diffraction
  • High speed scanning for rapid data acquisition
  • Spectral Correction for Quantum Yield measurements
Unique Features and Accessories
  • Range of precise temperature control accessories
  • Automatic polarizers for anisotropy measurements (with temperature control)
  • Integrating spheres for Quantum Yield measurements
  • Microplate Reader for rapid sample throughput
  • Microsampling accessories for small volume samples
  • Stopped-flow system for rapid kinetics
  • Spectra Manager™ Suite software for control and data analysis
  • Flexible design allows for field upgrades for different measurements  as applications and budgets evolve
Versatility for a Wide Range of Applications
  • Protein dynamics
  • Quantitative analysis
  • Cellular membrane studies
  • Enzyme kineticsCarbon nanostructures
  • Characterization of fluorescent probes
  • Short life-time phosphorescence measurements
  • Thermal stability measurements

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