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The ecoVis, a compact, low-voltage light source from Ocean Optics, has a built-in cuvette holder for basic measurements in teaching labs and other research environments. Its rugged solid alloy housing helps dissipate heat and in-line fiber ports for absorbance and fluorescence measurements of cuvette-based samples. Response is from 400 to 2500 nm.

It measures 95 × 50 mm and weighs 265 g, making it attractive for labs where space is at a premium. The cuvette holder has a 1-cm path length and a chromium-plated reflective insert that increases the output for fluorescence, holds the cuvette securely in place and can be adjusted through 90º to block the light path for dark measurements.

Photonics Spectra
Jan 2013

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