PerkinElmer LAMBDA Scanning UV/Vis Spectrophotometers
The PerkinElmer LAMBDA Bio/Bio+ and XLS/XLS+ Scanning UV/Vis Spectrophotometers are lightweight Bio and Bio+ spectrophotometers that are specially designed for life science laboratories that require a dedicated instrument for the determination of nucleic acid purity and concentration, protein concentrations, and cell density measurements. Compact design features a large, intuitive full graphics display and has no moving parts for enhanced stability and reliability. Scan full spectra almost instantaneously. Full suite of stored life science methods. Xenon source has a typical lifetime of five years. Multiple language operation. Compatible with low volume cuvettes. USB output.
Bio models are designed for nucleic acid and protein determinations, cell density measurements, and more. Bio+ models have all of the features of Bio models plus routine assays, kinetics, rapid scanning, and concentration measurements.
Reliable and sensitive XLS and XLS+ scanning spectrophotometers are specially designed for academic and industrial laboratories that require a small footprint and a dedicated instrument for a wide range of applications. Compact design uses minimal bench space and has no moving parts for enhanced stability and reliability. Scan full spectra almost instantaneously and measure using 10, 20, or 40mm pathlength cells. Up to 90 methods may be stored. Xenon source has a typical lifetime of five years. Multiple language operation. USB output.
Model XLS is a 5nm spectrophotometer suitable for scanning, fixed wavelength studies, kinetics, and concentration measurements. Model XLS+ is a higher resolution (3nm bandwidth) version of Model XLS.
Data can be transferred to a computer using an optional SD memory card, USB PC connector, or wireless Bluetooth* module, or printed out using an optional integrated thermal printer.
• Wavelength Range: 190–1100 nm Accuracy: ±2 nm • Absorbance Range: –0.3 to 2.5 A • Bandwidth Models Bio and XLS 5 nm Models Bio+ and XLS+: 3 nm • Stray Light: 0.5% T at 220 and 340 nm • Photometric Reproducibility: ±0.003 A (at 0–0.5 A), ±0.007 A (at 0.5–1.0 A) • Stored Methods Model Bio: 9