Accusys 211 Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer
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St. John Fisher College
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"Very quick and easy to use, it is comprehensive and gives a good readout. Interchangeable/multiple lamps at a time make multiple measurements easy. Repairs on the instrument did not last and were not timely."
The Accusys 211 is the next evolution of the highly successful Buck 210-VGP, incorporating all of the features of the 210VGP along with an automatic Gas box for easy Nitrous oxide switchover. The 211 also has a hands free ignition for added safety.
The 210/211 is shipped ready for use. All operating conditions are pre-loaded in the internal computer, including lamp settings, secondary wavelengths, and alternate methods of analysis for over 60 elements by flame, furnace, or hydride techniques. The three lamp turret has individual controls for alignment and standby mode to keep lamps warm. Direct report generation to a printer or data linking to the optional Buck Analyst software package is easily done using the parallel and RS232C ports.
The Buck 210/211 is a high energy, microprocessor controlled single beam
atomic absorption spectrophotometer. Solid state electronics and simple optics provide the basis for our superior stability and sensitivity. The Ebert mount monochromator and user-selectable bandwidth give the system maximum flexibility. Our short-path dynamic nebulizer/burner configuration is highly efficient. An inert needle, precisely positioned in a high flow venturi, delivers sample to the corrosion proof impact bead. This results in a tremendously high nebulization effect for all types of sample matrices.
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