AELAB NIR Spectrophotometer S430
S430 NIR spectrophotometer is a spectrophotometer with grating monochromator. This instrument is for rapid non-destructive analysis of oil, alcohol, beverage and other liquids. The wavelength range is 900nm-2500nm.
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AELABNIR Spectrophotometer S430
S430 NIR spectrophotometer is a spectrophotometer with grating monochromator. This instrument is for rapid non-destructive analysis of oil, alcohol, beverage and other liquids. The wavelength range is 900nm-2500nm. The procedure is extremely convenient. Fill the cuvette with the sample and place it on the sample platform of the instrument. Click in the software to obtain the NIR spectrum data of the sample in about one minute. Combining the data with the corresponding NIR data model, various components of the tested sample can be obtained at the same time.

Features
+Easy to use. No sample preparation is required, and the sample is not damaged.
+Wavelength range is 900nm-2500nm.
+The main parts performance is the international leader.
+Built-in high-quality PTFE reference module and polystyrene wavelength standard filter. Automatic reference calibration and monitoring wavelengths ensure accurate and stable measurement results.
+The instrument monitors the ambient temperature and humidity in real time and stores it in the spectrum file, which is convenient for users to check and optimize the measurement conditions.

Technical Specifications:
 
ItemDetails
TypeS430
MeasurementTransmission
Bandwidth8nm
Wavelength Range900nm ~ 2500nm
Wavelength Accuracy≤0.2
Wavelength Reproducibility≤0.05
Stray Light0.1%
Noise≤0.0005 Abs
Analysis time1 minute or above
PortUSB2.0
Power Supply90~250V, 50/60Hz
Temperature Requirement5~35
humidity Requirement5~85%RH
Dimension360mm×460mm×240mm
Weight12Kg
Main instrument1 set
Power cord1 pc
Data processing software package1 set
USB cable1 pc
User manual1 pc
Packing list1 copy
Product quality certificate1 copy
Fuse2A2 pcs
1cm quartz square sample cell1 pair2 pcs
1mm quartz micro sample cell1 pair2 pcs
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