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Digital Visible Spectrophotometer 350-1020nm Laboratory Equipment Spectronic USA
☆ DENESTUS of Visible Spectrophotometer Spectrometer
-Excellent metering accuracy is higher than that of the same instrument. It is widely used in medical testing, food, petrochemical industry, environmental protection and monitoring. field.
-The optional output port RS232 can be used to connect printer and computer
Noted:The product is an economical analytical instrument with RS232 (not included) interface output
Optical system: achromatic Czerny-Turner (1200L / mm grating)
Wavelength range: 350-1020 nm
Wavelength accuracy: ±2nm
Spectral bandwidth: 6nm
Wavelength repeatability: ≤1nm
Stray light: ≤0.1%T @ 360nm
Photometric accuracy: 0.5% T
Photometric repeatability: 0.2% T
Stability: ±0.004A / h@500nm
Working mode: T, A, C
Zero mode: automatic
Wavelength drive mode: manual wavelength
Print interface: optional RS232 (not included)
Energy (light source): tungsten lamp
Weight: 10 kg
The package includes:
1 x visible spectrophotometer
1 x power cord
1 x glass cuvette
1 x instruction
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