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Shimadzu developed the world’s first UV-VIS-NIR spectrophotometer with three detectors, consisting of a PMT (photomultiplier tube) for the ultraviolet and visible regions and InGaAs and cooled PbS detectors for the near-infrared region. With conventional instruments that use only PMT and PbS detectors, there is a drop-in sensitivity in the crossover region between those detectors. Using an InGaAs detector to cover this crossover region, however, ensures high sensitivity across the entire measured wavelength range, and gives a noise level of 0.00003 Abs at 1500 nm.
In addition to the main UV-3600 Plus unit, the Multi-purpose large-sample compartment and the Integrating sphere attachment also feature three detectors, enabling the high-sensitivity measurement of solid samples.
High Resolution, Ultra-Low Stray-Light, and Wide Wavelength Range
A high-performance double monochromator makes it possible to attain an ultra-low stray-light level (0.00005 % max. at 340 nm) with a high resolution (maximum resolution: 0.1 nm). The wide wavelength range of 185 to 3,300 nm enables measurement across the ultraviolet, visible, and near-infrared regions.
This instrument can perform spectrophotometry for a variety of applications.
Wide Range of Optional Accessories
The three-detector Multi-purpose large-sample compartment or Integrating sphere options enable high-sensitivity measurement of solid samples. Use the ASR Series of absolute specular reflectance accessories to perform high-accuracy absolute reflectance measurements. In addition, temperature-controlled cell holders and micro cell holders are available to handle a wide range of measurement applications.
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