UV-Visible Spectrophotometers Automated For Modern Lab Work

Automated and network ready, the Thermo Scientific spectrophotometer family is equally comfortable in industrial and university laboratories.  The GENESYS 50 UV-Vis spectrophotometer features a simplified user interface and a high-resolution, color touchscreen. Its rugged exterior is built for repetitive and heavy use environments and is designed with sloping surfaces to shed spills. Other features include a single-cell configuration for low sample throughput needs, with a removable, washable sampling compartment.

 

The GENESYS 150 UV-Vis includes the same features as the GENESYS 50 and provides automation for high-throughput options and room-light resistance, allowing lid-open operation designed for improved speed and convenience over previous generation instruments. GENESYS 180 UV-Vis includes all the capabilities of the GENESYS 150 and includes a sight-cell changer for higher throughput environments and double-beam capability for advanced experiments with a changing reference.

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The Thermo Scientific BioMate 160 UV-Vis spectrophotometer also includes all the benefits of the GENESYS 150 spectrophotometer and adds pre-programmed methods to help life science researchers obtain their answers quickly. Additionally, a line of accessories, including automated cell changers, a Peltier thermostatted cell holder, a disposable microcell holder, a sipper and fiber optic probes, is available. For more information, visit the Thermo Scientific GENESYS spectrophotometer spec page.

 

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.

Boston, MA

866-356-0354.

http://www.thermofisher.com

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