Thermo Electron LTQ ORBITRAP / FINNIGAN LTQ MS System price drop


Last availability: 42 days ago

Listing description

*Priced to sell.
This system includes:
Thermo Finnigan LTQ ORBITRAP MS
ECI Source
Powervar Series 2000 (GPI) Global Power Interface
2- Edwards Roughing Pumps with connectors
Thermo Scientific Neslab ThemoFlex 9000 chiller
Computer System
SUPERIOR MASS ACCURACY, MASS RESOLUTION, HIGH PRODUCTIVITY, LOW MAINTENANCE
A hybrid system combining the Finnigan LTQ linear ion trap mass spectrometer and the Orbitrap mass analyzer, the LTQ Orbitrap provides faster, more sensitive and more reliable detection and identification of compounds in complex mixtures. Outstanding mass accuracy, mass resolution and reliable high sensitivity MSn performance make the LTQ Orbitrap a clear alternative to hybrid Time-of-Flight systems

Automated Data Dependent MSn acquisition with accurate mass analysis can be effortlessly combined with rapid LC/MS analysis. The accurate mass MS spectrum, typically recorded at 60,000 resolution, is used to trigger subsequent accurate mass MSn analyses. Up to three MSn scans can be performed per second, yielding unprecedented information for identification of trace level species in complex mixtures. High resolution and accurate mass with external calibration are used to rapidly and confidently confirm elemental assignments.

The Orbitrap mass analyzer provides faster, more sensitive and more reliable detection and identification of compounds in complex mixtures. Outstanding mass accuracy, mass resolution and reliable high sensitivity MSn performance make the LTQ Orbitrap a clear alternative to hybrid Time-of-Flight systems.

Features:
Gas-free multipole ion transfer optics
New improved gas (nitrogen) filled C-Trap
Improved ion transfer optics to Orbitrap analyzer
Straight multipole collision cell for HCD
Specifications:
Resolution (apodized)
60000 (FWHM) @ m/z 400 with a scan repetition rate of 1 second
Minimum resolution 7500 @ m/z 400
Maximum resolution 100000 @ m/z 400
Cycle Time
1 scan at 60000 resolution @ m/z 400 per second
Mass Range
m/z 50–2000
m/z 200–4000
Mass Accuracy
<5 ppm RMS for 8 h period with external calibration
<2 ppm RMS with internal calibration
Dynamic Range
>10000 between mass spectra
>4000 between highest and lowest detectable mass in one spectrum
MS/MS
MS/MS and MSn scan functions
Key Features:
low detection limits
wide linear dynamic range
outstanding sensitivity
high mass accuracy
high mass resolution
small footprint
quick, easy installation for immediate productivity
Additional Information:
Voltage: 230V
Hertz: 50Hz/60Hz
Length: 57″
Width: 35″
Height: 56″
Weight: 1322 lbs
Attachments
Thermo Scientific ORBITRAP Fusion - Getting Started Guide (5 MB)
Thermo Finnigan LTQ Orbitrap -Tune Report- 9-17-19 (202 kB)
Thermo Finnigan Sensitivity and Quantitation using a LCQ Deca XP Plus Ion Trap Mass Spectrometer (73 kB)
Thermo Scientific LTQ Orbitrap MS- An Overview of the Scientific Literature BR30168-EN (2 MB)
Thermo Scientific LTQ Orbitrap Hardware Manual (4 MB)


Last availability: 42 days ago

Listing information

Manufacturer Thermo Electron
Model LTQ ORBITRAP / FINNIGAN LTQ
Year -
Country USA USA
Condition Good
Main category Test and Measurement
Subcategory Chromatograph and spectrometer
ID P90919259

Last availability: 42 days ago

About the seller

Client type Machinery dealer
On Kitmondo since 2011
Number of listings 170
Country USA USA
Employees 11 - 50
Established 2007
Company description

We were established in 2007 and are located in California. with clients in over 40 countries. We are a leading global provider of high quality used lab equipment. Specializing in: Decontaminatio... read more

We were established in 2007 and are located in California. with clients in over 40 countries. We are a leading global provider of high quality used lab equipment. Specializing in: Decontamination, Method Development, Service & Repair, Trade, Training, Used & Refurbished Equipment. We are your one-stop source for all your lab equipment needs! We are for Scientists, by Scientists.

Last activity Feb. 19, 2020
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