The Agilent 55B AA is ideal for any laboratory requiring an entry level AA system with advanced capabilities. The double-beam 55B AA features an LCD screen and dedicated keyboard for simple, stand-alone operation. The 55B AA combines rugged, reliable hardware with an integrated software interface for fast, easy operation.
The Agilent 240FS AA is a fast sequential atomic absorption spectrometer that can double sample throughout and dramatically reduce running costs. Able to handle multi-element suites with ease, the Agilent 240FS AA system is ideal for environmental, food, and agriculture labs. The 240FS AA features automatic lamp selection, programmable gas box, and D2 background correction.
The Agilent 280FS AA is a fast and productive flame AA system, featuring Fast Sequential operation combined with 8-lamp capability, premium optics, and UltrAA lamp looms for greater performance. Able to handle multi-element suites with ease, it is ideal for environmental, food, and agriculture applications as well as high-throughput labs. The 280FS AA features automatic lamp selection, a programmable gas box, and D2 background correction, and can be fitted with a full range of AA accessories to further extend its capabilities.
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Based on the sensitive AC-modulated Zeeman technique, proven to give the best detection limits of any Zeeman spectrometer, the 240Z AA, with up to 4 fixed lamp positions offers the highest sensitivity, performance, simplicity of operation and industry-leading software in atomic spectroscopy. The instrument is supplied with the GTA 120 Zeeman graphite tube atomizer for superior graphite furnace performance and is controlled by our acclaimed Windows-based Worksheet software.
Based on the sensitive AC-modulated Zeeman technique, proven to give the best detection limits of any Zeeman spectrometer, the 280Z AA, with up to 8 fixed lamp positions, offers the highest sensitivity, performance, simplicity of operation, and industry-leading software in atomic spectroscopy. The instrument is supplied with the GTA 120 Zeeman graphite tube atomizer for superior graphite furnace performance and is controlled by our acclaimed Windows-based Worksheet software.
The Agilent 4210 MP-AES is a high sensitivity optical emission spectrometer that is the perfect alternative to the traditional flame Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (AAS) technique. As it runs on air, instead of combustible gases, it can be installed in either a centralized laboratory or a remote location. With detection limits down to ppb levels and no sample pretreatment necessary, it is ideal for a wide range of typical multi-element analyses. As it runs on air, instead of combustible gases, it can be installed in either a centralized laboratory or a remote location. With detection limits down to ppb levels and no sample pretreatment necessary, it is ideal for a wide range of typical multi-element analyses.
The Agilent 5800 ICP-OES Instrument is an ICP optical spectrometer designed for busy labs looking to reclaim wasted time. With its ecosystem of embedded sensors, algorithms and diagnostics you can identify problems before they happen, maximizing uptime and minimizing the number of samples you need to remeasure. No other inductively coupled plasma – optical emission spectrometer (ICP-OES) can give you this level of insight into both your samples and instrument health, so let the 5800 ICP-OES, with the powerful ICP Expert software, help you to get the right result, first time, every time.
The Agilent 5900 SVDV ICP-OES system is an optical emission spectrometer designed for high throughput labs that demand the best. You can be sure of the right answer, in a shorter time, and at a lower cost per sample than any other ICP-OES. With innovative freeform optics, an ecosystem of embedded sensors, algorithms and diagnostics, and fully optimized for maximum throughput, this smart ICP is sure to give you the edge over your competition.
Meet your analytical needs with an easy to use and reliable fluorescence spectrophotometer that gives you superior sensitivity where you need it most, renowned reliability and enhanced sampling capabilities. The Agilent Cary Eclipse Fluorescence Spectrophotometer is the proven choice for all applications in academia, life sciences, biotechnology, chemicals, energy and food testing analyses.The Agilent Cary Eclipse Fluorescence Spectrophotometer is the best, no-nonsense, solution for unrivalled productivity, performance and value that will exceed all of your analytical expectations.
The Agilent Cary 630 FTIR is a flexible benchtop FTIR spectrometer offering high performance and extraordinary ease-of-use in an ultra-compact design. It is engineered with the user in focus and provides simple, intuitive workflows to deliver meaningful answers in routine FTIR analysis and cutting-edge research. The Cary 630 FTIR is a robust, reliable, and flexible benchtop FTIR spectrometer benefiting from Agilent’s experience with field-proven mobile and handheld FTIR instruments. Its modularity offers sampling flexibility for analysis of solids, liquids, powders, and gases. Permanently aligned optics allow a wide range of modules to be swapped in and out in seconds, providing superior quantitative and qualitative information – fast.
The Agilent 4500 Portable FTIR Spectrometer is a rugged non-lab analyzer that support efforts associated with on-the-spot analysis of incoming materials and outgoing finished products in the chemical, food and polymer industries. It is also ideal for proactive maintenance programs of high value equipment and machinery in construction and power production industries. Exceedingly compact, easy to use and rugged, this portable FTIR spectrometer is a perfect match for applications that require high quality answers quickly. The combination of optics designed for reliability in non-lab environments, innovative sampling interfaces and fit-for-purpose software provides answers for liquid and solid samples at the sample site.
The 4300 Handheld FTIR spectrometer is the first of its kind employing lightweight ergonomics, ease of use, ruggedness, and flexibility into one system. This handheld FTIR Spectrometer weighs in at approximately 2kg. With its lighter weight and new design, the ergonomics of the system make it ideal for field use and deployment into non-laboratory situations. A variety of sampling interfaces (Diffuse Reflectance, External Reflectance, Grazing Angle, Diamond ATR, Ge ATR) allows the user to easily transition from one sample type to another while on the go, with no alignment or adjustments necessary. Sample types typically include infrared absorbing and scattering surfaces, reflective metal surfaces with coatings and films as well as analysis of bulk materials including powders and granules. The hardware design, along with the easy to use MicroLab Mobile software allows for experienced users as well as novice users to quickly utilize the system on the go. The high performance optics employed in the instrument allow for even the most difficult samples to be easily measured. This makes the 4300 ideal for a variety of mobile non-destructive testing applications. The analysis of Polymers, Coatings, Composites and even historical artifacts and artwork can easily be done in situ without destroying the sample or removing it from its location. These benefits also make the 4300 the optimal analytical tool for both geological and soil science studies.
The Agilent Cary 60 UV-Vis Spectrophotometer is efficient, accurate and flexible, and is designed to meet your immediate and future challenges. With remote sampling options, proven performance and low cost of ownership, you can be sure that the Agilent Cary 60 UV-Vis will give you answers you can trust.
The Agilent Cary 3500 UV-Vis spectrophotometer offers photometric performance together with unique measurement capabilities. Available in several configurations including a multizone multicell that allows up to four temperature experiments, across eight cuvette positions, simultaneously. With proven performance and low cost of ownership, the Cary 3500 UV-Vis will streamline your experimental design and amplify confidence in your results. The Cary UV workstation software (supplied with the instrument) can be configured to leverage the Agilent OpenLab software suite for user administration, security settings, e-signature workflows, and secure data storage. This provides the functionality required to help your laboratory meet the requirements of 21 CFR Part 11 and EU Annex 11.
The Cary 4000 is a high performance UV-visible spectrophotometer with excellent photometric performance in the 175-900 nm range, making it a powerful tool for analyzing biotechnology samples with minimal sample preparation. Controlled by the Cary WinUV software, a Windows-based modular software, it can be ordered with specific modules for bio and pharma. The UV-Visible spectrophotometer has a number of optional accessories for liquid samples like temperature control and multicell holders.
The Cary 5000 is a high performance UV-Vis-NIR spectrophotometer with superb photometric performance in the 175-3300 nm range. Using a PbSmart detector, the Cary 5000 extends its NIR range to 3300 nm making it a powerful tool for materials science research. Controlled by the Cary WinUV software, a modular Windows-based software, makes it easy to perform powerful analysis and control a number of optional accessories. The large sample compartment can be expanded to hold large accessories and integrating spheres for spectral and diffuse reflectance. The LockDown mechanism makes it possible to quickly change and position accessories for reproducible results.
The Cary 6000i is a high performance UV-Visible-NIR spectrophotometer with unmatched photometric performance in the 175-1800 nm range. Using narrow band InGaAs detection for improved linearity the Cary 6000i is the ultimate tool for materials science research. Controlled by the Cary WinUV software, a modular Windows-based software, makes it easy to perform powerful analysis and control a number of optional accessories. The large sample compartment can be expanded to hold large accessories and integrating spheres for spectral and diffuse reflectance. The LockDown mechanism makes it possible to quickly change and position accessories for reproducible results.
The revolutionary Agilent Cary 7000 Universal Measurement Spectrophotometer (UMS) will satisfy all your solid sampling needs. Collect hundreds of UV-Vis-NIR spectra overnight, or characterize optical components or thin films in minutes to hours rather than hours to days. Delivering a turn-key solution for research, development and QA/QC in optics, thin films/coatings, solar and glass, the Cary 7000 UMS will advance your materials analysis. Design experiments never before possible, expand your research, and save time and money with the ground-breaking Cary 7000 UMS. View the interactive online brochure. This brochure is best viewed in Google Chrome or Firefox browsers. Existing Cary 4000, 5000 or 6000i users can experience the same measurement flexibility and productivity of the Cary 7000 UMS with the Cary Universal Measurement Accessory.
The Agilent Vaya handheld Raman spectrometer increases raw material identification throughput without increasing costs by reducing the need for sampling. From clear glass vials to brown paper sacks, Vaya offers best-in-class identification testing through transparent containers, and transformative handheld Raman identification through nontransparent containers—for the fastest possible release to manufacturing. Vaya improves current testing protocols—from low volume sampling to 100% identification testing—and if regulators require more testing in future, you can move to a higher-throughput process without any additional equipment. The system combines conventional handheld Raman spectrometer technology with unique spatially offset Raman spectroscopy (SORS) for maximum sample/container compatibility. With a dedicated raw material identification workflow, Vaya is fast, fully compliant, easy to deploy, and simple to use, requiring minimal training or operator skill.
The RapID Raman system is the next generation in raw material testing for pharmaceutical GMP quality control. RapID is a portable Raman spectrometer that uses Agilent’s spatially offset Raman spectroscopy (SORS) technology to extend high-throughput spectroscopic analysis through clear packaging to nontransparent and colored containers. This unique capability makes RapID ideally suited to noninvasive raw material identity verification. With conventional techniques raw material testing in opaque containers can create a bottleneck in pharmaceutical manufacturing. A dedicated sampling area is needed to open, sample, test and re-seal each container to verify the identity of the contents. The RapID system allows the operator to verify the contents of each container through opaque and colored packaging in seconds, enabling release immediately into production. This saving on handling and lab testing reduces the overhead from hours or days to only minutes per batch.
The TRS100 enables fast, easy to use whole tablet or capsule content uniformity and polymorph screening for pharmaceutical finished product testing and formulation development. Easier to implement than other spectroscopic methods, Agilent’s transmission Raman spectroscopy (TRS) technology allows simple method-development and deployment for quantitative analysis in quality control applications. A TRS100 system can reduce content uniformity, assay, and ID tests to minutes per batch, saving significant cost and speeding up your quality control workflow. Sample preparation and consumables are not needed, meaning skilled analytical resource is not required. Content uniformity testing methods using transmission Raman have been approved by regulators using ICH and regulatory-authority acceptable protocols.
The Agilent 8700 Laser Direct Infrared (LDIR) chemical imaging system provides a sophisticated new approach to chemical imaging and IR spectral analysis. Designed to be used by both experts and nonexperts alike, the 8700 LDIR provides a simple highly automated approach for obtaining reliable high-definition chemical images of constituents on surface. Using the 8700 LDIR, you can analyze more samples, in greater detail, in minutes vs. hours. This robust solution provides you with more statistical data than ever to aid in the compositional analysis of tablets, laminates, tissues, polymers, and fibers. With more meaningful information available, you can make more informed, faster decisions in product development reducing both costs and analysis time.