Agilent SpectrAA-50/55 series instruments are ideal for any laboratory requiring an entry-level AA instrument with advanced capabilities. The single beam SpectrAA-50 and the true double beam SpectrAA-55 offer simple, stand alone operation with control through an LCD screen and dedicated keyboard. The simple menu driven interface for the SpectrAA-50/55 enables you to view and edit instrument parameters on-screen, ensuring fast, easy operation. Complete results including replicate readings, precision and concentration results are displayed on screen. You can even configure the interface to be displayed in your choice of 8 languages. Language selection can be changed at any time. This ensures all your staff can be at ease operating the system. Cookbook methods with recommended instrument parameters are provided for all elements. These methods can be recalled and modified at any time. You can also save up to thirty customized methods in the method library, ensuring easy access to your most common analyses. When you recall any method, the instrument parameters are automatically set-up so the instrument is ready for analysis. With a quick check to confirm the system is optimized, you are ready to start your analysis
Agilent AA140/AA240 series are mid-priced instruments which offer a high level of automation and easy-to-use software.
The PC-controlled single beam AA140 and the true double beam AA240 combine rugged and reliable hardware with our acclaimed Windows based worksheet software. This innovative data display concept presents results in a spreadsheet format of samples (rows) and elements (columns). This enables you to view a complete result summary at a glance, and provides easy access to the detailed results with just a click of the mouse. This system also exploits the full multi-tasking capabilities of Windows, so you can review yesterday’s results or simultaneously run other software, such as word processors, spreadsheets or your email while today’s analysis continues uninterrupted.
The AA140/AA240 series can be tailored to your needs and budget with a choice of automation and accessory options. Wavelength and slit selection is fully automated to simplify operation, and fast deuterium background correction is standard ensuring accurate correction of transient background signals for enhanced result accuracy.
The AA140/AA240 series supports four lamps mounted in fixed positions, eliminating the need for conventional slow, rotating turret designs.
Agilent Fast Sequential (FS) AA brings the productivity and speed of sequential ICP analysis to AA. Fast Sequential AA systems measure all elements in each sample, before progressing to subsequent samples. Conventional AA systems determine all samples for one element before repeating those samples again for each subsequent element. Fast Sequential AA reduces the total delay time across all elements, facilitating a dramatic improvement in flame sample throughput.
The FS wizard automatically sorts elements by wavelength and
flame type into the order that assures the fastest possible speed of analysis. During analysis, those elements with the same flame type are determined together to avoid the delays associated with changing the flame type. Using Agilent’s patented Fast Sequential AA instruments, complete results for each sample are achieved in minutes. When combined with the revolutionary SIPS and our sophisticated SPS3 flame autosampler,
huge time saving over a complete batch of samples are achieved. The more elements you determine, the greater the timesaving and the greater the productivity of your laboratory.
Agilent’s AA280 FS combines our world leading Fast Sequential design with eight lamp capability to give you greater performance and reduced running costs.
The AA240 FS provides four lamp capability and a choice of accessory options for a more economical analysis solution.
Agilent AA Duo systems are the world’s only AA systems providing true simultaneous operation of flame/hydride and graphite furnace from a central computer. With an AA Duo system, operation is more flexible, data and method storage is centralized and the true simultaneous operation doubles the productivity of your laboratory. Agilent’s AA Duo systems feature two permanently mounted atomizers. Each of the dedicated atomizers is aligned for immediate use and never needs realignment. This eliminates set-up and changeover times, and simplifies optimization. Customize the system to your needs with your choice of flame or hydride atomizers combined with either a deuterium or Zeeman corrected graphite furnace.
Agilent’s AA Duo systems are controlled by our acclaimed worksheet software, which delivers rapid instrument set-up, easy operation and simple method development for both novice and expert users.
The VGA-77 Vapor Generation Accessory
provides fast, accurate determination of Hg
and hydride forming elements at ppb levels
simply and automatically.
From the innovative use of a Xenon pulse-lamp light source, to the versatility and simplicity of the WinUV software,
the tradition of excellence continues with Varian’s Cary 50 instrument. With scan speeds up to 24,000 nm per minute, the Cary 50 can perform 300 nm scans in less than a second. We believe that speed, accuracy, and reliability make Cary the optimal choice for virtually any application. To address your specific application needs, the Cary line comes with a wide range of accessories and application-specific software. Whether your studies involve measuring wavelength scans, concentration, kinetics, or effects of temperature, Varian can provide the solution. The Varian Cary 50 was specifically designed to maximize the sample beam though small volume cells. This optical design means that over 80 percent of the incident beam passes through a 40 μL sample in the micro cells we provide. This small beam diameter — and the unique patented ‘room light immunity’ of the Varian
Cary-50 prevent photodegradation and allow the use of an extensive array of fiber-optic sample probes. These can be used for a practically limitless array of different sizes and shapes of samples. The use of fiber optic probes permits a remote sensing approach to toxic or immovable samples. Our latest product for the Cary 50 Platform, the Cary 50 Microplate Reader, extends the capabilities of the Cary 50 still further, by allowing users to analyze up to 384 samples in microliter volumes, at precisely controlled temperatures. Our commitment to providing the best solutions is further complemented by partnership agreements with other research organizations and manufacturers. These relationships allow Varian to provide a complete range of integrated accessories such as fiber-optic probes and temperature controllers.
High performance, adaptability, and ease-of-use are the main strengths of the Agilent Cary
range of UV-VIS spectrophotometers.
The Agilent Cary 100 and 300 are double beam instruments that allow recording of real-time
baseline corrections. Also, it is also possible to operate the instruments in single beam, double
beam, or dual-single beam modes. A phase locked wavelength drive prevents peak shifts and
peak suppression at high scan speeds. Double choppers ensure that the sample and reference
beam strike the detector at the same point, removing any potential errors caused by nonuniformity
of the detector. Variable slits allow optimum control over data resolution. Quartz
overcoating protects the optics from the environment and allows cleaning without damage
to reflective surfaces.
Easy Access to the Sample Compartment
A large sample compartment and a removable floor plate provide maximum flexibility and easy access to the compartment when mounting samples.
Powerful System Software
The Agilent WinUV software is an extremely flexible platform that can be personally tailored for your specific applications. We provide several packages
for the most common UV-Vis applications. If your requirements change in the future, we can offer straightforward software upgrades to ensure you get
the most from your Agilent instrument. Naturally, the WinUV software takes advantage of key Windows 32-bit functionality such as multitasking and file
Two general use packages exist for applications such as wavelength scanning, measuring sample concentration, and biochemical measurements. Other
packages include 21CFR11, Color Analysis, Wine Analysis, and microplate reader application software. Ask your Agilent, Inc. representative or distributor
General Optical Measurements
The WinUV Analysis package is available for all Agilent Cary instruments. It consists of the following software modules:
• Scanning Software with Maths Module
• Simple and Advanced Reads
• Concentration Measurements
• Basic Kinetics
• Instrument Validation Software
• GLP Program for File Security
Life Science Measurements
The WinUV Bio package is available for all of Agilent’s Cary instruments. It consists of the following software modules:
• Simple and Advanced Reads
• Concentration with built-in Protein Concentration Methods
• General and Scanning Kinetics applications
• Enzyme Kinetics
• Thermal Temperature-Ramping Software
• RNA/DNA Concentration Software
• Instrument Validation Software
• GLP Program for File Security
The modular software encompasses a unique benefit — the user is only presented with controls relating to their specific application, making these packages
ideal for multi-user, multi-disciplinary Life Science laboratories.
The Agilent Cary 4000, 5000 and 6000i series is the new standard for researchers wanting to extend
the boundaries of spectrophotometric measurements.
All Cary 4000, 5000 and 6000i spectrophotometers feature:
• Powerful Agilent WinUV software with enhanced graphics, file transfer, reporting capabilities
and extensive on-line video Help. Compatible with a range of operating systems and fully
customizable to your applications with the powerful built-in Applications Development
• Out-of-plane double Littrow monochromator optics for low photometric noise and stray light
and excellent resolution
• New Optical Isolation System which provides the stability of an independently mounted,
research grade optical bench
• Unique LockDownTM mechanism that ensures you can mount your accessories in the sample compartment quickly, easily and reproducibly
• Plug and GoTM lamp management for easy replacement of pre-aligned lamps with no adjustment
Cary 4000: an Ideal Reference Spectrometer
The Cary 4000 sets the standard for photometric noise, range and linearity, providing excellent resolution across the UV-Visible spectrum from 175-900
nm. The Cary 4000 provides advances in noise and stray light reduction, making it ideal for the most challenging research applications or as your own
primary reference UV-Vis spectrophotometer.
Cary 5000: Extending the Wavelength Range for Unparalleled Performance
The Cary 5000 combines unparalleled Cary performance with Agilent’s innovative PbSmart technology, extending the wavelength range into the NIR to
3300 nm. PbSmart optimizes the performance of the PbS NIR detector in real time, providing noise and linearity performance never before achieved using
this detector technology. The Cary 5000 can achieve these significant performance breakthroughs across a range of applications, from quantifying out-ofband
blocking characteristics of band pass filters or measuring the high transmission of next generation fiber-optic materials to QC applications for raw
materials and finished pharmaceutical products.
Cary 6000i: Delivering Tremendous Range for Cutting-Edge Analyses
With an operating range from 175-1800 nm the Cary 6000i is the instrument of choice to keep abreast of rapidly developing photonics and
communications technologies. Agilent pioneered the world’s first double beam UV-Vis-NIR spectrophotometer with InGaAs detection to take
advantage of the dramatically reduced noise and improved sensitivity of this detector in the NIR. The Cary 6000i is the second generation of this
technology, delivering improved detection limits, increased scan rates, and cleaner and quicker spectra with better resolution. You can also use the Cary
6000i as a primary reference spectrophotometer in the NIR for absolute accuracy measurements.
From double aperture to diffuse and specular reflectance, Agilent has a sampling solution to suit your every application.
For brochures, configuration options and ordering information, contact your local Agilent, Inc. office or distributor.
The Cary Eclipse fluorescence spectrophotometer was designed from the ground up to incorporate the latest optical and electronic technology. Included as standard are features such as corrected spectra, excitation and emission filters, and extended range photomultiplier detectors.
The Cary Eclipse fluorescence spectrophotometer can scan at 24,000 nm/min without peak shifts due to the design of the monochromator drive mechanism. The grating is moved only when the lamp is off, resulting in a go-stop-flash method of taking a measurement. The wavelength does not change while a measurement is being taken. Excellent sensitivity is achieved as a result of incorporating an intense Xenon flash lamp which, when coupled with optimized grating blaze angles and coatings, ensures sensitivity across the entire wavelength range. Photosensitive samples are not exposed to continuous light as the Xenon flash lamp flashes only to acquire a data point. Two different packages of the Cary Eclipse software are available: Bio and Analysis. The Cary Eclipse software is designed in modules, each meeting adifferent analytical requirement. This modular approach reduces training time as only the options appropriate for that type of analysis are presented to the user, instead of a bewildering array of menus and selections.
Outstanding Value, Excellent Performance, Easy to Use
The Agilent 640-IR is an affordable, high performance spectrometer designed to make FT-IR spectroscopy easy. With a range of unique, easy to use hardware and software features, it allows even novice users to quickly become productive. It is available in mid-IR or near-IR configurations and is ideally suited to QA/QC applications and identification and verification analyses, and is a perfect educational tool.
The Agilent 600-IR series FT-IR spectrometers combine Agilent’s 60 years of molecular spectroscopy experience with 40 years of FT-IR innovation and expertise acquired from Digilab. The result is a range of instruments that provides the world’s best analytical performance under real-world conditions.
Agilent introduces the 710-ES series, an entry-level ICP-OES for the budget conscience laboratory.
The Agilent 710-ES series is the smart investment for laboratories that perform routine ICP-OES analyses and value uncompromised performance. With industry leading ease-of-use, the Varian 710-ES series is also ideal for educational institutes, and for industries that need to comply with WEEE/RoHS directives.
The Agilent 710-ES series delivers:
• Increased accuracy by eliminating spectral interferences,
even with difficult samples
• Performance through low detection limits and wide
• Choice of optimized axial (710-ES) or radial (715-ES)
configurations to suit your application needs
• Intuitive, powerful, and easy-to-use software start your analysis
Agilent The no.1 supplier of ICP-OES introduces the Agilent 720/730-ES series, the world’s best and fastest ICP-OES platform. At the heart of these instruments is a custom-designed CCD detector, giving you unrivalled productivity. With a range of performance and productivity enhancing options, the 720/730-ES series will meet your most demanding needs — both now and in the future. The Agilent 720/730-ES series delivers:
• Maximum productivity through innovative detector design
• Superb performance, providing lowest ever detection limits
• Ultimate precision through true simultaneous measurement
• Choice of configurations to meet all your needs
• Superior software features providing enhanced productivity
and outstanding ease-of-use
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