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Agilent 1100 UV / Vis Detector (VWD - G1314A). 190-600 nm wavelength range. Greater limits of detection with simplified optics for high sensitivity, low deviation from the base line and wide linear range. Use a deuterium lamp as a source of light and a double beam photometer for the detection system. It can be used independently to add as a module to an HPLC.
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The HP Agilent 1100 Series G1314A Variable Wavelength Detector (VWD) offers high sensitivity while improving productivity. This tool has a wide linear range for the reliable simultaneous quantification of impurities and major and minor products. Programmable wavelength switching for optimized sensitivity and selectivity for the elution of each analyte. Minimum baseline noise with the highest baseline stability for the lowest detection limits.
Wavelength range: 190-600 nm Wavelength accuracy: +/- 1 nm Bandwidth: 6.5 nm Double beam photometer with deuterium lamp Linearity:> 2 AU (5%) upper limit Drift: 3 × 10-4 AU / h at 254 nm Analog output connection