A spectrophotometer is an instrument that measures the amount of photons (the intensity of light) absorbed after it passes through a sample solution. With the spectrophotometer, the amount of a known chemical substance (concentrations) can also be determined by measuring the intensity of light detected. It’s a powerful tool widely used in various scientific fields for its precision in analyzing substances based on their light-absorbing properties. As you delve into the intricacies of spectrophotometry here

Wavelength Range 340-1000nm
Wavelength Width 10nm in entire region
Wavelength Accuracy ±2nm at 356 and 546nm
Wavelength Scale 2nm scale
Spectroscope Sigle beam, Diffraction grating 1200 lines/nm
Stray Radiant Energy <0.5%T typical at 340nm with appropriate light filter
Display 3-1/2 digit LCD
Photometric Range 0-1.999ABS
Photometric Accuracy ±2%T
Detector High sensitivity silicon photocell
Light Source Long-life Tungsten lamp with lens
Sample Volume 1.0ml(Minimum)
Power Requirements 100-240VAC, 50/60Hz, 15W
Dimensions 270(W)×285(D)×155(H)nm
Weight Net 4.8kg (Main body)
Standard Accessories
Square cuvette 2 pcs
Round Cuvette 10 pcs
Power cord 1 pc
Vinyl dust cover 1 pc
Operation manual 1 copy


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