Spectrophotometer

Shimadzu Scientific Instruments’ (Columbia, Md.) UV-1800 spectrophotometer, the latest of its UV-VIS-class instruments, reportedly maintains the highest level of wavelength resolution in its class (1 nm). It functions as a standalone instrument or it can be PC-controlled with USB memory. The instrument comes with

Shimadzu Scientific Instruments’ (Columbia, Md.) UV-1800 spectrophotometer, the latest of its UV-VIS-class instruments, reportedly maintains the highest level of wavelength resolution in its class (1 nm). It functions as a standalone instrument or it can be PC-controlled with USB memory. The instrument comes with standard UVProbe data processing software, permitting users to drag-and-drop data from an optional USB memory stick onto a PC. The USB interface gives users the advantage of macros and graph functions available with commercial spreadsheet software to reduce effort and enhance efficiency. USB memory enables multiple users to share one instrument. Reportedly, setup is simple, enabling users to start measurements just 30 minutes after installation.