SKU: SE3300
Azzota® Single Beam Scanning Stand-Alone UV-VIS Spectrophotometer, SE3300
SE3300 Single Beam Scanning Stand-Alone UV-VIS Spectrophotometer

SE3300 is advanced single beam scanning UV-VIS spectrophotometers which consist of 5 models. Each model has a different bandwidth and wavelength accuracy. All have built-in software, and provides excellent performance for measurements in clinical lab, pharmaceutical and biochemical applications as well as routine applications such as quantitative analysis, kinetics, wavelength scanning, multiple components and DNA/protein analysis.

Built-in software offers

  • Basic Mode: Absorbance, Transmittance or Concentration measurements
  • Quantitative: establish or use stored calibration equation to measure the concentration of unknown samples
  • Wavelength Scan: spectrum scan of sample at any selected wavelength range with choices of scanning speed and wavelength interval
  • Kinetics: measurement of absorbance change vs. time with reaction rate calculation function
  • Multi-Wavelength: measurement at multiple wavelengths to analyze and determine the composition of the mixtures
  • DNA/Protein: calculation of concentration and DNA purity. Ratio at other wavelengths can be measured.

    The comprehensive features, sophisticated and powerful software, the variety of accessories and model configurations will meet or exceed your expectations in performance and value.

    Features of Spectrophotometers

  • Fixed or variable slits (bandwidths)
  • Sealed and solvent-resistant tactile keypad with alpha-numeric entry for user file names and user entry of units
  • Pre-aligned deuterium lamp for easy lamp replacement. Lamp usage and the status of the lamps can be monitored.
  • Powerful built-in software including sophisticated utility programs
  • Full print-out of graphs and tables of results with popular printers, such as HP or Epson DeskJet
  • Real-time clock for date and time stamping of results
  • Data Download-to-PC software for stand-alone models (Model SE3300PC)


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