Spectro Fluorimeter

Instrument details:
Type: Fluorescence Spectrometer
Model No: FluoroMate FS-2 Spectrometer
Essential specification 
Sample Type: Liquid
  • Measure the fluorescence and Phosphorescence of organic / inorganic materials
  • Characterizing minute amount of substance
  • Measure phosphorescence and luminesce
  • Use contour plots and data analysis tools for demanding compound identification applicationsence
  • Measure the quantum yield and phosphorescence lifetime
Detectors : Photodiode for the reference; PMT for excitation and emission spectrum
Wavelength Range: 190 ~ 900 nm for Excitation and Emission
Wavelength Scan: Speed 1 ~ 6,000 nm/min
Fast scanning drive: Acquire data at speeds up to 6,000 nm/min with the precision wavelength drive of the FS-2 fluorescence spectrometer
Monochromator: 1,200 groove/mm, 250 nm blazed for Excitation, 400 nm blazed for Emission with 0.5 nm spectral bandwidth
Storage temperature:
Software: FluoroMaster Plus software with different scan mode ; Wave Scan ; Time Scan; Quantification; Simple read; Scanning Kinetic ; Anisotropy; Scanning Anisotropy Mode
Minimum sample volume: Minimum sample 2.5 mL (10 mm rectangular cell), requirement 0.4 mL (micro-flow cell)
Wavelength Accuracy: ≥ ± 0.5nm
Wavelength Reproducibility: ≥ ± 0.2 nm
Sensitivity: better than 1000:1(peak to peak); better than 4000:1(RMS)
  • Amino acid sequence analysis
  • Basic biological reaction research
  • Identification and detection of fluorescence materials
  • Measurement of quantum yield and phosphorescence lifetime
  • Distribution analysis of organic compounds in the water
Working principle:
Fluorescence spectrometry, also known as fluorometry or spectrofluorometry, is a type of electromagnetic spectroscopy which analyses fluorescence from sample. It involves using a beam of light, usually ultraviolet and visible light, which excites the electrons in molecules of certain compounds and causes them to emit light of low energy, typically but not necessarily visible light. A complementary technique is absorption spectroscopy