6nm bandwidth over UV range
Xenon lamp source with extended life
Self calibrating lamp at 3 wavelengths
Full interfacing capability
The Model 6305 is designed to provide the user with a high quality, low cost measurement system for routine analysis.
A customised LCD gives simultaneous readout of wavelength and photometric result. Error messages, prompts, mode indication and a choice of concentration units are presented in an easily understood format.
Simple keypad layout and operating protocols ensure reliable operation by unfamiliar users.
The xenon lamp source offers a broad spectral source and extended life, therefore minimising the running costs of the product over its lifetime. The key feature of the lamp is that 40% of the energy of the lamp is emitted below 400nm, with intensity at 260nm which means an extra 5-10 times energy in the UV region compared to deuterium lamps. This makes the 6305 an ideal instrument for protein peptide or DNA studies.
A 3 point wavelength calibration is performed each time the 6305 is switched on, by looking at the fixed emission lines of the xenon lamp. This ensures the certainty of wavelength setting (247, 528 and 824nm) and provides the on-going assurance of accuracy required by Good Laboratory Practice (G.L.P.). The 6305 complies fully with EEC and US directives relating to ESD/EMC emission and susceptibility
A versatile sampling system comprising a large cell chamber and the variable length cuvette holder allow 10-100mm cells to be accommodated with ease, therefore changing of the sample configuration is quick and simple. Additional sampling flexibility can be gained using 10-25mm diameter test tubes or the optional 4 position cell holder.
Full interfacing capability using RS232 interfacing or an analogue output is provided as standard. Utilising the RS232 facility allows results to be down loaded via the front panel print key.
The bi-directional interface also allows remote interrogation and control of the 6305.
Traceable calibration standards provide the on-going assurance of accuracy required by Good Laboratory Practice (G.L.P.). The 6305 complies fully with EEC and US directives relating to ESD/EMC emission and susceptibility.