This Agilent 8453 UV-Vis Spectrophotometer ( Spectroscopy System ) with G1120A Multicell transport and Computer with ChemStation ( Ultra Violet Visible G 1120 A ) is in excellent condition.
The Agilent 8453 spectrophotometer is a single-beam, microprocessor-controlled, UV-visible spectrophotometer with collimating optics. With its diode-array technology, the spectrophotometer is much faster than comparable conventional instruments—with more precision, more sensitivity and more reproducible results. Accessories include special cell holders, peristaltic pumps, autosampler, a multicell transport, a Peltier temperature control accessory, and valve unit and valve-pump controller. The spectrophotometer can be either controlled from HP and non-HP personal computers equipped with Agilent ChemStation software for UV-Visible spectroscopy (personal computers used should be certified by UL1950), or from the dedicated handheld controller that comes with the Agilent 8453E UV-Vis spectroscopy system. The listed price is for instrument with Single Cell holder. Additional features include:
Easy to use - direct access to the cell holder and cells, built-in buttons at the front for triggering measurements
Stable optics - excellent wavelength reproducibility due to the ceramic spectrograph manufactured under license from Carl Zeiss and high photometric accuracy due to the low noise electronics.
Flexible accessories - Built-in interfaces for interconnectivity with accessories. Agilent's multicell transport, Peltier thermostatted cell holder, sipper system, or autosampler. Gilson autosamplers, Labsphere diffuse reflectance accessories, or fiber optics couplers from Custom Sensors & Technology.
GLP built-in - Serial and firmware revision number held in firmware. Extensive self-test procedures for lamp intensity, wavelength accuracy and noise to ensure consistent performance. Built-in log book carries the results of self-tests, notes on instrument maintenance and lamp timers.
Easy to exchange pre-aligned deuterium and tungsten lamp light sources.
Firmware upgrades supported via built-in communication interfaces.