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WaveQuest Ultra-Fast Scanning UV/Visible Detector

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The Adept CE 4300, or WaveQuest is a detector of the highest specification and versatility covering the range 190 -700 nm with an optical bandwidth of 4 nm. It may be used standalone, or it may form part of any system controlled by PowerStream software. This provides a trustworthy alternative to a photodiode array detection and provides superior stability. Hence only one detector is required for method development and for monitoring to the highest of sensitivities.

Detailed ultra-fast spectral scans and highly sensitive quantitative analyses can be very easily performed using the WaveQuest. Extra analytical time can be saved, as the WaveQuest will provide detailed spectral information and highly sensitive and precise quantitative information on the same chromatographic elution. Dual wavelength operation allows two wavelengths to be monitored simultaneously with their ratio also being available. Simultaneous monitoring of up to six wavelengths and full programming using up to six wavelengths are also possible.

Noise and drift performance are of the highest order.

Up to 100 methods may be created and stored, password protected, ensuring reproducible conditions when recalled. An auto switch-on programme saves operator time during warm-up.
Product WaveQuest Ultra-Fast Scanning UV/Visible Detector
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