From the magnesium fluoride coated optics to the individually configurable optical filters, the Thermo Scientific Lumina delivers performance and flexibility for research luminescence applications. ...read more
From the magnesium fluoride coated optics to the individually configurable optical filters, the Thermo Scientific Lumina delivers performance and flexibility for research luminescence applications.
Using pre-aligned, modular monochromators and the highest-quality optical components, the Lumina provides high resolution measurements with superior sensitivity. The quality does not end at the instrument, but extends to our software and accessories that offer a complete solution to your laboratory.
A Complete Fluorescence System
• High-resolution monochromators delivers a narrow, 0.5 nm spectral bandwidth for high resolution measurements • Variable spectral bandwidth offers the resolution you need for the compound you are analyzing • 150 W Xenon lamp provides extremely stable illumination throughout the full wavelength range • Customizable filters ensure the highest spectral purity by blocking excitation and scattered light • Sensitive detector provides extended measurement ranage for the analysis of near-IR dyes, chlorophyll, or phthalocyanine compounds • Fast scanning drive acquires data at speeds up to 6,000 nm/min • Horizontal beam geometry provides optimum excitation to deliver the most fluorescence signal • Large Sample Compartment easily accommodates accessories for temperature control, multi-cell holders, rapid mixing, solid sampling and polarization accessories
The Luminous software provides full control of the Lumina fluorescence spectrometer and accessories:
• Data acquisition and processing, post-run spectral analysis, system validation and diagnostic testing are all integrated into a single, convenience platform • Intuitive method settings for measurement control • Process data and customize reports
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