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Supplier: HORIBA Scientific
Description: the sample, a photodiode reference detector monitors the intensity as a function of time and wavelength. The photodiode detector has a wider wavelength response than the older, traditional rhodamine-B quantum counter, and requires no maintenance. The Sample Chamber A spacious sample chamber
- Spectral / Wavelength Range: 185 to 850 nm
- Detector Type: Other
- Computer Interface: Yes
- Computer Interface Options: Serial Interface
Description: fluorometer which installs directly into process streams. It provides an analog signal output proportional to the concentration of the fluorophore being measured. The Little Dipper is a rugged, 24/7 sampling device that provides maximum performance, minimal maintenance, and solid state reliability
- Detector Type: Photodiode
- Monitoring: Continuous or Flow Through Monitoring
Description: The FP-6300 is a middle-range spectrofluorometer with a minimum 2.5 nm resolution and a sample chamber of same size as the FP-6500 although the compact design of 469 (W) x 500 (D) x 260 (H) mm. The FP-6300 can be used with almost accessories for the FP-6500. The FP-6300 is designed to keep GLP/GMP
- Spectral / Wavelength Range: 220 to 750 nm
- Response Time: 0.0200 seconds
- Detector Type: Photomultiplier Tube, Photodiode
- Monitoring: Sample Monitoring
Supplier: StellarNet, Inc.
Description: StellarNet's miniature fiber optic spectrometers with concave gratings deliver high performance for spectroscopy applications in the UV-VIS wavelength ranges covering 190-850nm (model C), or optionally 280-900nm (model CXR). The instruments are exceptionally robust with no moving parts, and are
- Spectral / Wavelength Range: 220 to 1100 nm
- Resolution: 1 nm
- Detector Type: Photodiode
- Monitoring: Sample Monitoring
Description: Abstract - Significant efforts have been made to implement capabilities of a laboratory system into a compact portable fluorometer composed of solid-state components, such as light emmitting diodes (LEDs) and photodiode (PDs). These devices, still use statistical sampling, lenses and glass filtersShow More
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Iwaki America and Walchem, IWAKI America Inc
Single channel, light industrial fluorometer
Walchem introduces Turner Designs' Little Dipper to our product line. The Little Dipper is an accurate, single channel, light industrial fluorometer which installs directly into process streams. It provides an analog signal output proportional to the concentration of the fluorophore being measured. The Little Dipper is a rugged, 24/7 sampling device that provides maximum performance, minimal maintenance, and solid state reliability. It can be used with data collection systems... (read more)
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FluoroMax Fluorescence Spectrofluorometer
. The gratings themselves are plane, blazed gratings that avoid the two major disadvantages of the more common concave holographic gratings: poor polarization performance and inadequate imaging during scans that throws away light. The unique wavelength drive scans the grating at speeds as high as 80 nm/s. The grating grooves are blazed to provide maximum light in the UV and visible region. The Reference Detector. Before the excitation light reaches the sample, a photodiode reference detector... (read more)
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Particles and microfluidics merged: perspectives of highly sensitive diagnostic detection
For detection of the amplicon, a light emitting diode (LED)-based photodiode fluorometer was used to measure the fluorescence at the end of each extension cycle.
14th Nordic-Baltic Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Medical Physics
A new light detection and data acquisition system has been developed to perform ocular fluorescence quantitative measurements (PAF – Photodiode Array Fluorometer , US patent 06,013,034, European patent EP 0 656 759 B1).
The improvement of solid state light sensors' performance using temperature control in ocular fluorometry applications
The current lowest level of detection (LLOD) of the reference instrument in ocular fluorometry, the Fluorotron Master (FM), namely 0.5 ng ml−1 , is very closely matched by the new low-cost instrument (the photodiode array fluorometer (PAF)) that can detect down …
Chlorophyll a Fluorescence
Most PAM fluorometers apply photodiodes as fluorescence detectors, whichnot only are linear over a large range of light intensities, but also maintain a low noise level even at extremely high signal levels.
Portable Fluorescence Lifetime Detection for Chlorophyll Analysis in Marine Environments
The performance characteristics of the LED can be used to compute an estimate of the optical power received by the photodiode in the fluorometer for 1- M chlorophyll as follows.
Biosensors and Biodetection
Photodiode -based fluorometer .
The intensity of the re-emitted light, which is detected by a silicon photodiode in the fluorometer , is proportional to the number of Rhodamine WT particles present (and is thus proportional to the dye concentration).
Impedance spectroscopy and biochip sensor for detection of Listeria monocytogenes
energy is recoupled into the fiber and quantified by a photodiode in the fluorometer at 668 nm.
A disposable polymer waveguide lab-on-a-chip for real-time detection of protein c using evanescent wave
A diachronic/absorptive long pass filter, which is arrayed in front of a photodiode in the fluorometer , gives a signal to the computer and then the system converts amplified photon energy into electrical energy.
Laser NIR lifetime spectrometer with nanosecond time resolution
Block diagram of the fluorometer : (PD) photodiode , (FW) filter wheel, (C) cell, (M) mirror, (L) lens, (ITS) image turning system, (PMT) photomultiplier tube, (A) amplifier, and (MS) multiscaler.
Measurement of photosynthetic oxygen evolution with a new type of oxygen sensor
A photodiode based chlorophyll a fluorometer was used to measure the luminescence intensity.
Anomalous electron transport activity in a Photosystem I-deficient maize mutant
Chlorophyll fluorescence induction kinetics of selected mutant leaves were recorded following dark adaptation as previously described (Miles 1980, 1982) with the replacement of the photo- multiplier by an EG & G red-sensitive photodiode in the kinetic fluorometer .
Continuous recording of photochemical and non-photochemical chlorophyll fluorescence quenching with a new type of modulation fluorometer
The photodiode detector of the fluorometer was protected by a far-red cut-off filter (Schott RG 9).
Characterization of the FMO protein from the aerobic chlorophototroph, Candidatus Chloracidobacterium thermophilum
Fluorescence emission spectra were taken using a 4 nm spectral band- width on a Photon Technology International fluorometer with an avalanche photodiode detector (Model 27, Advanced Photonics Inc., USA).