UV-VIS-NIR Spectrophotometer series
The V-700 Series is a complete line of UV-Vis/NIR spectrophotometers reflecting JASCO’s latest technology. From an innovative optical layout to a simple comprehensive instrument control and data analysis software interface, the V-700 Series does not compromise on accuracy, performance or reliability. There are six different models available; the work-horse V-730 (1nm Spectral Bandwidth) , the V-730BIO dedicated for Life Science with specific functionality, the V-750 high quality double beam instrument, the V-760 with high specification double beam double monochromator, and the high-throughput V-770 which covers the near-IR region.
A completely new UV/Vis-NIR spectrophotometer V-780 optimized for near-IR region (up to 1600 nm) with high sensitivity and high resolution assured by an InGaAs photodiode detector.
All the V-700 Series are equipped with a Daily Maintenance program improving reliability for validation operations. Holmium glass filter (or other standard) can be automatically measured daily with automated data storage, automatic execution of procedures supporting USP, EP or JP requirements.
The V-700 Series can be integrated with a complement of more than 70 accessories and over 30 optional programs to offer flexible configurations for a wide variety of analytical requirements. Experimental capabilities range from simple educational applications and routine daily use, to specific applications for advanced biochemical and semiconductor research. The range of accessories include various types of cell holders for liquid samples and options for a wide variety of solid samples.
JASCO is the first manufacturer to develop a powerful, cross-platform software package, “Spectra Manager”, for controlling a wide range of spectroscopic instrumentation. The Spectra Manager program is a comprehensive package for capturing and processing data, eliminating the need to learn multiple software packages and offering the user a shallower learning curve. Several types of measurement data files (UV-Vis/NIR, FT-IR, Fluorescence, etc.) can be viewed in a single window, and processed using a full range of data manipulation functions.