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SpectrophotometerOcean Optics Inc. has announced Flame-CHEM spectrophotometer systems, combining a high-performance, compact Flame UV-VIS or VIS-NIR spectrometer with an all-in-one direct-attach light source and cuvette holder.

Pre-configured, the systems are ideal for regular absorbance and transmission measurements in teaching labs and research facilities. The Flame spectrophotometer inside the system delivers high thermal stability with low unit-to-unit variability. Its linear CCD array detector provides high sensitivity with concurrent measurement of all wavelengths. The systems’ direct attach cuvette holders accept 1-cm pathlength cuvettes for measuring absorbance and transmission of liquid samples.

The integrated light source is dependent on the system ordered. Flame-CHEM UV-VIS systems come with a combined deuterium-tungsten halogen source; a tungsten halogen source with a violet LED is supplied with the Flame-CHEM VIS-NIR.

Oct 2016

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