CE 2031 Visible spectrophotometer with integral printer
Aurius Series (2000 series)
With an optical bandwidth of 4nm and superb stability, accuracy and precision these very easy to use instruments are ideal general purpose spectrophotometers. Excellent for routine and quality control laboratories, they offer a wide range of quantitative techniques with wavelength scanning as an option. Both UV Visible and Visible versions are available with full validation procedures.
Performance With Convenience
The ease of operation makes even complex tasks simple. An exceptional range of software and accessories makes the Aurius and Super Aurius instruments superb multi-user instruments, ideal for multi-discipline laboratories.
The low straylight of the instruments, less than 0.01%, allows a measurement of 3 absorbances to be made with an error close to 1%. This performance should be compared with errors of 26%, 10% and 6% which result from straylight of 0.5%, 0.1% and 0.05% respectively for the same measurement.
Six Screen Width Viewing
All scans, curves and data produced by the spectrophotometers may be scrolled across the screen providing a very wide 6 screen widths - 550mm - of viewing of extended displays.
Ease Of Operation
The large screen with contrast control, displays menus and prompts for all applications. All curves, scans and data displayed on screen may be reprocessed before printing.
Software Enhancement By E-SEF
E-SEF - Encoded Software Enhancement Facility - is an important new Cecil design feature. Optional software modules are enabled by entering correctly allocated encoded numbers. These numbers can be provided by telephone, fax or E-Mail. Exact software requirements may therefore be tailored after instrument purchase without incurring delay before use.
The integral printer versions provide hard copy of spectra, curves and time course plots, as well as timed and dated reports of all experiments. An external, Epson compatible, printer may be used providing large size high quality plots and documentation of quantitative assays.