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A major reason why Brimrose spectrometers are superior is our Acousto-Optic Tunable Filter (AOTF) technology, which the company has fully mastered after many years of research and application. AOTF technology is a scientifically proven way to obtain optimum results in the study of materials by spectrometers. Following are a list of advantages of AOTF technology and benefits of AOTF-NIR real-time monitoring and control:
Advantages of the AOTF Technology:
Fast Scanning Speed – 16,000 Wavelengths/sec
Solid State, No Moving Parts
Real-Time Full Spectrum Dual-Beam with No Baseline
Pre-Aligned Lamp Assembly
Excellent Wavelength Repeatability
High Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Immune to Ambient Light Variations (rejection 1 to 1x106)
Works Reliably in Harsh Environmental Conditions
Benefits of AOTF-NIR Real-Time Monitoring and Control:
Extensive Testing and Analyses at Every Manufacturing Process at Lower Cost than Existing Practices
The AccuSizer 780 AD provides exponential autodilution to your sample, automating sample preparation while still providing accurate concentration information. Inject your sample into the mixing vessel and let the AD system do the rest.
Autodilution option provides automatic continuous dilution of samples to their optimal concentration for analysis. Options include: mechanical stirring, metered drain, fast flush, organic solvent compatible fluidics and 21 CFR Part 11 Compliant Software
Dynamic Light Scattering is an ideal method for sizing proteins, colloids, emulsions, nanoparticles, CMPs, inkjet inks,and a variety of other dispersions used in nanotechnology and medicine.
The Nicomp N3000 has been designed using a flexible approach so that the instrument can be customized for a wide variety of applications. This customizability even allows for the addition of Electrophoretic Light Scattering or ELS to measure zeta potential and Multi-angle Static Light Scattering for molecular weight determination. This makes the Nicomp N3000 a three-dimensional tool for the full analysis of proteins and other complex biomolecules.
The Nicomp N3000 features the high-resolution, multimodal Laplace transform called the Nicomp algorithm for sizing. The Nicomp algorithm, over the years, has demonstrated a superior ability to detect and separate multimodal distributions as well as primary peaks from aggregate peaks.