Accurate measurement of microscope illumination

The LumaSpec LS800S is capable of analysing the output from a wide variety of light sources

Low volume spectrophotometer

No calibration required to consistently and accurately quantitate small volumes of nucleic acids and proteins

Beamsplitter/compensator optics

Optical Surfaces to supply ultra high precision matched beamsplitter/compensator optics for interferometer

High performance microplate spectrophotometer

Optional cuvette port expands functionality to cuvette-based assays

Biochrom S80 UV/Visible spectrophotometer

High performance, variable bandwidth, double beam system that gives consistent results of the highest quality

High performance UV/Vis spectrophotometer

SPECORD PLUS can be configured as a fully automatic test system for online UV/VIS analysis of dissolution properties and the release of active ingredients of drugs

AA-7000 Spectrophotometer

The AA-7000 series' 3-D optical system is capable of producing maximum performance for both flame detection (Pb 0.015 ppm) and furnace detection (Pb 0.00005 ppm).

Adding Intelligence to a visible spectrophotometer

Camspec have recently announced a new programmable visible spectrophotometer.

New accessories for the spectrophotometer

The M400 fibre-optic diode-array UV/Visible Spectrophotometer, from Camspec, is now available with new accessories, adding enormous versatility.

New UV/Vis Spectrophotometer from Analytik Jena

Analytik Jena AG has now extended its latest generation of double-beam spectrophotometers by the new SPECORD® 50 PLUS. This new dual-beam UV/Vis photometer for the spectral range from 190 to 1100 nm combines high energy throughput with best stability.

Jenway’s new top-of-the-range 6850 spectrophotometer

The 6850 UV/visible spectrophotometer is Jenway’s first double-beam instrument with a variable spectral bandwidth – of 5nm down to 0.5nm. This new instrument has highly stable optics and is particularly well-suited for use in laboratories where compliance to multiple regulatory agencies is required.





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