Waters - ACQUITY UPLC FLR Detector

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Provides sensitive, selective detection for UPLC-based fluorescence applications

The ACQUITY UPLC® Fluorescence (FLR) Detector delivers sensitivity and selectivity to fluorescence-based applications. It extends the benefits of UPLC technology for the analysis of polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), drugs of abuse, and vitamins – any component with chemiluminescent properties, such as fluorescence or phosphorescence. Transfer your HPLC fluorescence methods to UltraPerformance LC® for greater throughput without compromising sensitivity.
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Features of ACQUITY UPLC FLR Detector
  • Effective integration algorithms, sampling rates up to 80 Hz, and independent optimization of filtering constants facilitate accurate and reproducible integration  
  • Flexible 2D and 3D scanning capabilities for the quick determination of wavelength maxima  
  • Intuitive software interface and diagnostic tools instill confidence that the detector is performing optimally  
  • Low volume (<2uL), axially illuminated flow cell design allows for better light absorption, resulting in enhanced sensitivity  
  • Advanced optical design to maximize light throughput, and reduce light scatter, allowing for better signal-to-noise performance  
  • High-speed data rates (up to 80Hz) and independent optimization of filter time constants allowing full characterization of narrow, sharp peaks typical of UPLC separations  
  • Multiple detection modes - 2D, 3D, and on-the-fly spectral scanning – can greatly reduce the time needed to develop fluorescence detection methods by quickly determining wavelength maxima  
  • Intuitive system console provides simple navigation to manage instrument parameters for easy system control
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