Greater Versatility and User Functionality
Externally adjustable solid sample holder for Fluorolog-QM, Nanolog, Fluoromax or Aqualog. Allows for manual 360 degree rotation of sample (angle of illumination) and translation of sample (position of beam on sample) with dials on the outside front plate of sample tray for real time signal optimization during acquisition of fluorescence signals. Includes removable sample tray with rotating and translating universal base plate. Requires, but does not include interchangeable sample holders for cuvette (K-CUV-HLDR), solids/flat surfaces (K-SS-HLDR) and powders (K-PWDR-HLDR).
Options: Add one or several holders
|#5570820058||K-SS-HLDR||Solid sample holder for use with K-UNI-HLDR, designed for the measurements of solid compounds, microscope slides, or films.|
|#5570820059||K-PWDR-HLDR||Powdered sample holder for use with K-UNI-HLDR. The sample head can be disassembled for easy sample loading and cleaning.|
|#5700014138||K-CUV-HLDR||Cuvette holder for use with FL-QM-UNI-HLDR sample tray.|
|#5700035107||K-CUV-HLDR-90||Standard cuvette holder for use with FL-QM-UNI-HLDR or FL-QM-UNI-HLDR-TCSPC sample tray for measurement at right angle for solution samples.|
|#5570820051||K-210||Six pack of windows for powdered sample holder (K-PWDR-HLDR).|
The new sample holder features an externally adjustable solid sample holder for Fluorolog-QM™, Nanolog®, FluoroMax® and Aqualog®. The tray comes with a universal base plate goniometer that allows for manual 360 degree rotation of the sample by a micrometer that is adjustable from the front of the sample tray plate. In this way, the user can rotate the sample position during a fluorescence measurement with the lid closed, thereby allowing for dynamic feedback and determination of the optimal angle for an experiment.
A complete rotation of the micrometer corresponds to 4 degrees of rotation of the base plate.
The base plate can also be translated towards or away from the illumination source by means of a translating stage that is also adjusted by a micrometer on the front of the sample tray. This allows the user to translate the sample position during a fluorescence measurement with the lid closed to optimize the position of the front of the sample forwards or backwards. This translating micrometer can adjust the sample by up to +/- 10 mm (20 mm total travel).
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