|Alguien dijo ...|
|Lo opuesto de una formulación correcta es una formulación incorrecta. Pero lo opuesto de una verdad profunda puede ser muy bien otra verdad profunda,|
Niels Henrik David Bohr(1885-1962)
Físico danés, premio Nobel de Física 1922.
| Agilent Technologies' new diode-array and multiple-wavelength detectors enable lower detection limits|
SANTA CLARA, Calif., Agilent Technologies Inc. today announced the launch of new 1200 Series diode-array and multiple-wavelength detectors featuring improved noise specifications. These liquid chromatography detectors enable scientists to reach lower detection limits, even under harsh, fluctuating ambient temperature and humidity conditions.
Newly added radio frequency identification (RFID) tags for flow cells and a UV lamp provide new levels of data traceability. The RFID tags record such parameters as product and serial number, production date, cell dimensions, lifetime and usage of the lamp, and the last date of a successful cell or lamp test. This information is saved with each individual raw-data file.
The Agilent 1200 Series diode-array and multiple-wavelength detectors additionally offer:
* Dual lamp design for highest sensitivity from 190 to 950 nm;
* Programmable slit for easy optimization of sensitivity, linearity and spectral resolution;
* Low-noise electronics and electronic temperature control for lowest detection limits, even under unstable ambient conditions
* A range of nine flow cells for highest application flexibility; and
* Easy upgrade to the 80 Hz sampling rate for high speed separations.
"These new detectors reinforce the scalable and open architecture of the 1200 Series LC platform," said Agilent Product Manager Christian Gotenfels. "They can be easily upgraded to work with SL models for Rapid Resolution LC with an 80 Hz sampling rate, making this a secure investment in the future of our customers' labs."
Jueves, 02 Noviembre, 2006 - 05:22