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Quantech digital filter fluorometers are available in four models to meet the specific needs of your laboratory.
This is the Basic Model and is is ideal for routine assays in the visible region of the spectrum.
Intuitive built-in software walks the user step-by-step through quantitative analysis experiments. Choose a simple, single-point calibration standard method or a more complex multi-point calibration curve. Simple instructions on the screen guide the user through the entire measurement process, including blanking, building a calibration curve, and analyzing samples. Customize methods to your SOPs and store up to nine calibration curves each with up to nine standards.
In order to change experiments, simply create a new method, install the appropriate filters, and start measuring samples. The automatic gain adjustment feature eliminates time-consuming manual adjustment of the detector bias voltage (or gain). The simple design uses optical filters to select excitation and emission light, making it easy to change from one analysis to the next.
Digital filter fluorometer uses two types of filters, narrow band and sharp cut. Narrow band filters allow a narrow wavelength range of light to pass through the filter and are typically used as excitation filters. Sharp cut filters transmit light to the red of the indicated wavelength, and therefore allow the majority of the fluorescence emission to pass through the filter. Sharp cut filters should never be used as excitation filters.