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BioSpectrometer

The new Eppendorf BioSpectrometer is a small, very compact spectrophotometer for measurements in the UV and VIS range. Sepctra can be recorded and individual wavelength measurements can be made in a spectral range of 200 nm to 830 nm. What's more, the cuvette shaft of the BioSpectrometer kinetic is temperature controlled from +20°C to +42°C, meaning that enzyme and substrate kinetics can be measured directly in the device. No device upgrade with accessories is necessary for temperature control.

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BioSpectrometer basic
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Light Source Xenon flash lamp
Wavelength Range 200 to 830 nm
Depth 400 mm
Height 150 mm
Width 295 mm
Power Requirements 100 to 240 V ± 10% / 50 to 60 Hz ± 5%
Peak Power 30 W during operating steps
Weight 5.4 kg
Additional Specifications Optical system:
Absorption single-beam spectral photometer with reference beam
Light source:
Xenon flash lamp
Height of light source:
8,5 mm
Cuvette shaft:
12,5 mm × 12,5 mm, not temperature-controlled 12,5 mm × 12,5 mm, temperature-controlled
Receiver:
CMOS photodiode array CMOS photodiode array
Wavelengths:
200 nm to 830 nm
Smallest increment: 1 nm
Spectral bandwidth:
= 4 nm
Photometric measuring range:
0 A to 3,0 A at 260 nm
Random error of the photometer:
= 0,002 at A = 0
= 0,005 (0,5 %) at A = 1
Systematic error of the photometer:
±1 % at A = 1
BioSpectrometer kinetic
Attributes

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Light Source Xenon flash lamp
Wavelength Range 200 to 830 nm
Depth 400 mm
Height 150 mm
Width 295 mm
Power Requirements 100 to 240 V ± 10% / 50 to 60 Hz ± 5%
Peak Power 30 W during operating steps
Weight 5.5 kg
Additional Specifications Optical system:
Absorption single-beam spectral photometer with reference beam
Light source:
Xenon flash lamp
Height of light source:
8,5 mm
Cuvette shaft:
12,5 mm × 12,5 mm, not temperature-controlled 12,5 mm × 12,5 mm, temperature-controlled
Cuvette shaft temperature control:
20 °C to 42 °C
Smallest increment: 0.1 °C
Receiver:
CMOS photodiode array CMOS photodiode array
Wavelengths:
200 nm to 830 nm
Smallest increment: 1 nm
Spectral bandwidth:
= 4 nm
Photometric measuring range:
0 A to 3,0 A at 260 nm
Random error of the photometer:
= 0,002 at A = 0
= 0,005 (0,5 %) at A = 1
Systematic error of the photometer:
±1 % at A = 1
BioSpectrometer fluorescence
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Depth 400 mm
Height 150 mm
Width 295 mm
Power Requirements 100 – 120 V, 50 – 60 Hz
Weight 5.4 kg
Additional Specifications Absorption measuring range 
0 A – 3.0 A (260 nm) 
BSA concentration range 
0.01 ng/µL – 45.45 µg/µL 
Beam receiver absorption 
CMOS photodiode array 
Beam receiver fluorescence 
Photodiodes 
Cuvette shaft 
12.5 mm × 12.5 mm 
Emission wavelength I fluorescence 
520 nm, bandwidth: 15 nm 
Emission wavelength II fluorescence 
560 nm, bandwidth: 40 nm 
Excitation wavelength fluorescence 
470 nm, bandwidth: 25 nm 
Fluorescence measuring range 
0.5 nM – 2,000 nM fluorescein (emission wavelength 520 nm) 
Light path height 
8.5 mm 
Light source absorption 
Xenon flash lamp 
Light source fluorescence 
LED 
Measuring principle absorption 
Single-beam absorption spectrophotometer with reference beam 
Measuring principle fluorescence 
Confocal filter fluorometer with reference beam 
Method memory 
>100 method programs 
Mode absorption 
Spectrophotometer 
Mode fluorescence 
Fluorometer 
Operator guidance language 
Spanish, Italian, French, English, German 
Power consumption 
Approx. 15 W during operating step 
Approx. 5 W with dimmed display 
Random error absorption 
? 0.002 at A = 0 
? 0.005 (0.5 %) at A = 1 
Random error fluorescence 
+/-2 % at 1 nM fluorescein 
Random error wavelength 
+/-1 nm 
Smallest step size 
1 nm 
Spectral bandwidth 
? 4 nm 
Systematic error wavelength 
? 0.5 nm 
Wavelength range 
200 nm – 830 nm 
Wavelength range absorption 
Scan (nm): 200 – 830 at 1 nm increments 
dsDNA concentration range 
1.0 pg/µL – 1,500 ng/µL

Features

     
  • UV/Vis spectral range 220 nm to 830 nm 
  • Xenon flash lamp with very long service life 
  • Preprogrammed methods for a quick start 
  • Guided software process to minimize errors 
  • Operation directly on the device, no PC necessary 
  • Large, easy-to-read 5.7-inch color display 
  • Storage of measuring results (> 1,000) right in the device 
  • Integrated data processing option for specific methods 
 
Only BioSpectrometer kinetic: 
     
  • Integrated Peltier element for temperature control of the cuvette shaft 
  • Freely selectable cuvette shaft temperature control in a range of +20°C to +42°C with 0.1°C increments 
  • Preprogrammed and freely programmable kinetic methods 
  • Subsequent modification of the time window for regression evaluation 

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