The photoLab® 7000 series of spectrophotometers combine latest optical technology with digital processing to provide users with an efficient and effective means of gathering spectrophotometric data in chemical, pharmaceutical, food, beverage and especially environmental applications. Special software features include up to 200 industry standard scales/methods and the unique OptRF feature for determining nitrate and nitrate without the need for reagents. Additionally, photoLab Data software expands its capability by displaying results in industry standard color scales including CIE, EBC, ASTM, ICUMSA and so on.
7000 series spectrophotometers offer versatility across a number of industries
Faster than any digestion: Online-Technique transferred into Lab!
With photoLab® 7600 UV-VIS, the important parameters COD, Nitrate and Nitrite of municipal waste water samples from the outlet can be measured simply and directly via the optical reagent-free Measurement (OptRF) in the UV range. Pipette sample into cuvette, put them into the meter, read result! Handy way for retainer samples or a quick check without digestion:
More than 200 methods for routine analysis with commercial test kits as well as special methods such as NH3, CO2, color, SAC, Chlorophyll, some enzymatic test such as glucose. Additionally, a brewery package is available. The photoLab® spectrophotometers are suitable for onsite use and equipped with comfortable matrix adjustment for IQ Sensor Net with IQ-LabLink®.
The optional PC-Software Package for data management and multiple color measurement with photoLab® colour these photometers are qualified for many fields of application from waste water treatment plant to production and quality control but also for service labs, education and research.
Analytical Quality Assurance (AQA) – From self monitoring to large laboratory environment
The instrument supported Analytical Quality Assurance has become a must across all industries to guarantee plausible and correct measuring results. The photoLab® 6000 series supports the AQA for checking the instrument and for individual routine measurements. The administration of user groups for large laboratory environments including administrative, user and guest profiles is also supported. The AQA feature can be switched on or off.
Calibration intervals for instrument and test kits
Data management with USB
photoLab® 7000 series is equipped with three interfaces: USB-A to connect printer, barcode reader and USB stick, USB-B for PC-connection and an Ethernet interface. Data exchange via USB is extremely convenient.
|photoLab® 7100 (VIS)||photoLab® 7600 (UV/VIS)|
|Wavelength Range||320 - 1100 nm||190 - 1100 nm|
|Optics||Grid Monochromator with step motor and Reference Beam, 4 nm bandwidth||Grid Monochromator with step motor and Reference Beam, 4 nm bandwidth|
|Concentration, Absorbance, % Transmission, Kinetics and Spectra in Abs or %Transmission, Multiwavelengths and multistep readings||Concentration, Absorbance, % Transmission, Kinetics and Spectra in Abs or %Transmission, Multiwavelengths and multistep readings|
|Scan speed||700-2000 nm/min, Scans in 1, 2, 5, 10 nm steps of wavelength range||700-2000 nm/min, Scans in 1, 2, 5, 10 nm steps of wavelength range|
|Wavelength accuracy/reproduceability||± 1 nm / < 0,5 nm||± 1 nm / < 0,5 nm|
|Photometric accuracy/reproduceability||- 0,003 E for E < 0,600; 0,5% of values for 0,600 < E < 2,000||- 0,003 E for E < 0,600; 0,5% of values for 0,600 < E < 2,000|
|Methods and Profiles||> 200 pre-programmed methods, 1000 user-defined methods, 20 profiles for kinetics and spectra, comprehensive programming options||> 200 pre-programmed methods, 1000 user-defined methods, 20 profiles for kinetics and spectra, comprehensive programming options|
|Interface / Update||1 USB-A, 1 USB-B, 1 Ethernet / Update via Internet and USB-Stick||1 USB-A, 1 USB-B, 1 Ethernet / Update via Internet and USB-Stick|
Automatic Matrix Adjustment for IQ SENSOR NET
The advantages at a glance:
The photoLab® 6000 Series offers – together with the IQ Sensor Net – a system aided procedure for matrix adjustment of the ISE sonsors: The data of the sensors are transfered via USB from the MIQ/TC 2020 XT to the photometer via "job list".
The required parameters are measured with a convenient and automated measuring procedure and transferred via USB back to the controler. The matrix adjustment of all respective sensors is reliable and without mistaken identity.