Advanced split beam optics ensure excellent accuracy and reproducibility
- Make setup easy with the user-friendly 7” high-definition color touchscreen and interface
- Choice of measurement modes let you handle a multitude of applications
- Simple connectivity with multiple USB ports for data storage and printer connectivity
- Versatile—compatible with a wide range of interchangeable accessories
Designed with your convenience in mind, the 76 series of spectrophotometers provide accurate and reliable results in various applications from teaching, to industrial applications, to routine sample analysis in quality control environments. Spectrophotometers feature split beam optics, also known as ratio or dual beam, that provides better accuracy and reproducibility. The split beam compensates for fluctuation and stabilizes the reliability of the measurement with prolonged time, making these ideal in time course and kinetic measurements.
Navigation is fast and intuitive on the large 7” high-definition color touchscreen display. View scans and curves, zoom in and out, and select points right on the screen even when wearing gloves. The home screen provides easy access to measurement modes as well as saved results and methods.
Programmed measurement modes include photometric for single wavelength measurement, concentration for measuring concentration using a standard or factor, spectrum for a high purity scan across the entire wavelength range, quantitation with the ability to create a calibration curve using up to 20 standards, kinetics to monitor change over time, as well as multi-wavelength mode.
Connect to a PC via the Ethernet connection or multiple USB ports readily located on the front of the unit. Save methods and results in the generous 3.6 GB of internal memory for quick recall.
Large sample chamber lid provides easy access to loading and unloading samples and a variety of accessories. The domed design accommodates tall multi-cell changers or test tubes while still maintaining a light-tight sample chamber. Spectrophotometers are fitted with a 10 mm x 10 mm cuvette holder, accepting a sample volume of 3 mL.