Chemiluminescence Detector

CL8800 Chemiluminescence Detector

Chemiluminescence is an emission of light that is resulted as an electronic excitation of luminescing species led by chemical reaction.

Chemiluminescence detection does not require an excitation light beam that is necessary in case of fluorescence detection (such as xenon lamp).

A chemical excitation method makes rather simple instrument design possible to achieve in fairly sensitive detection with wide dynamic range.

 

Specifications

Detector Photomultiplier
Detection Wavelength 300~600 nm
Range 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 64, 128, 256, Shot : total 9 levels
Gain ×1, 10, 100, 1000 : total 4 levels
Temperature Control Flow Cell (ambient temperature +10~60℃), PMT cooling
Digital Processing Digital Filter(3, 5, 10, 20, 40 sec)、
AD-24 bit (1ch)、DA-20~24 bit (2 ch)
Signal Output Analog : Recorder: 10 mV/FS, Integrator 1 V/FS
Digital : USB: 1 ch, Wi-Fi or Bluetooth (option)
Signal Input Marker

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