Cecil AquaQuest CE 4001 Visible Spectrophotometer

Cecil AquaQuest CE 4001 Visible Spectrophotometer
by Cecil Instruments Limited


Dedicated to Water Analysis,with a wavelength range of 325-1100nm and pre-programmed tests for over 200 water tests based on the Merck Spectroquant test kits. Preprogrammed tests are built in for automatic selection and operation.Instruments are supplied with special combination cell holders for use with 16mm reaction tubes and 10mm pathlength cells.With an optical bandwidth of just 4nm, st...read more

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Dedicated to Water Analysis,with a wavelength range of 325-1100nm and pre-programmed tests for over 200 water tests based on the Merck Spectroquant test kits.

Preprogrammed tests are built in for automatic selection and operation.Instruments are supplied with special combination cell holders for use with 16mm reaction tubes and 10mm pathlength cells.With an optical bandwidth of just 4nm, stray light of less than 0.01% and wavelength selection to 0.1nm outstanding accuracy is achieved.

The instrument may be connected directly to an external printer or to a PC with data being transferred to or controlled directly from Microsoft Excel programs. Additional operator training for PC based software applications is eliminated.

The unique screen display with scrolling to a mamimum width of 550mm facilitates excellent clarity of plots and reports. Ideally suited for Routine and Quality Control Laboratories. Operational software may be enhanced at any time to add further operational functions including formula programming, wavelength scanning and kinetics.A wide range of accessories for sample handling and temperature control may be added.

 

 

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Cecil AquaQuest CE 4001 Visible Spectrophotometer by Cecil Instruments Limited
Cecil AquaQuest CE 4001 Visible Spectrophotometer

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