CE 7400 Double Beam UV/ VIS Spectrophotometer

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CE 7400 Double Beam UV/VIS Spectrophotometer

CE 7400 Double Beam UV/VIS Spectrophotometer

With a wavelength range of 190-1000 and a 2nm Bandwidth, the 7400 is built for high resolution applications.

Powerful Integral Control
Rapid operation with ease of use is provided by the powerful software built into the computing system of the Aquarius instruments. The standard software is remarkably comprehensive but may be expanded, at any time, by E-SEF to release additional software modules when required.

Double Beam Optical System
The fully symmetrical double beam system of the Aquarius instruments provides for the highest accuracy of measurement coupled with a very high level of stability with time.
Both sample and reference beams are provided with the same sampling space and facilities, thus catering for the widest possible range of experimental requirements and not limited to just a single cell in the reference beam.

Scans Viewed By Scrolling
By scrolling information across the display screen, the effective width of the screen is increased to a massive 550mm.
Long scans, plots and other data may be viewed in much more detail, than with other instruments as viewing is not limited to one screen width of information.

Rapid Menu Operation
The large backlit high resolution LCD screen displays menus for all applications, with clear prompts for all entries and procedures. Scans, plots, curves and data are all displayed on the screen and may be reprocessed or manipulated before storing or producing a printout.

Secure Integral Memory

Generous built in secure memory allows scans, curves, plots, Kinetic curves, as well as methods to be stored tamper proof protected by personal security codes.
Any scans, plots or data may be recalled from memory, with assured integrity, for reprocessing, manipulation and printing as required.


Dynamic Scan Recall
The Aquarius instruments are provided with the ability automatically to store the last eight scans or plots without the need to carry out a scan storage procedure.
The scans or plots are automatically stored as they are made and may be recalled simply by entering their sequence number.
The recalled plots may then be reprocessed, manipulated, overlaid with another live scan, or scan recalled from memory. The recalled, or reprocessed scan, may then be stored in integral memory security code protected.