The HP Agilent 1100 G1315A Diode Array Detector allows you to add spectral acquisition to your HPLC analyses. The detector can verify separation quality with peak purity, multiple signals and spectral libraries, both interactively or automatically in the same run as your analytical quantification. The 1100 DAD offers an extended wavelength range from 190 to 950 nm with the highest sensitivity or spectral resolution with programmable slit, along with holmium oxide wavelength verification for GLP compliance. The temperature management system ensures optimum baseline stability, even under rough ambient conditions. Two lamps in the Agilent 1100 Series diode-array detector ensure the highest light output for the lowest detection limits over the entire wavelength range. The use of 1,024 diodes and an optical slit programmable from 1 to 16 nm ensures the best possible spectral bandwidth. All of our equipment is fully tested to perform at factory specifications before being shipped.
HP Agilent G1315A
- Expanded Detection Range through deuterium and tungsten lamps.
- 1024 diodes and a 1 nm slit for high spectral resolution
- A programmable slit range of 1 to 16 nm
|Detection type ||1024-element photodiode array|
|Light Source ||Deuterium and Tungsten lamps|
|Wavelength range||190 – 950 nm|
|Short term noise (ASTM) single and multi-Wavelength ||± 1 × 10-5 AU at 254 and 750 nm|
|Drift||2 × 10-3 AU/hr at 254 nm|
|Linear absorbance range||> 2 AU (upper limit)|
|Wavelength Accuracy ||± 1 nm|
|Wavelength bunching ||1 – 400 nm|
|Slit width ||1, 2, 4, 8, 16 nm|
|Diode Width||< 1 nm|
Agilent G1315A - Series 1100
Manufacterer: Hewlett Packard / Agilent Technologies
Software: PC – Chemstation
This refurbished Agilent 1100 DAD is in great shape. It has been tested on working according factory settings by certified service engineers. The instrument is cleaned (inside and outside) and decontaminated. Broken and spare parts are replaced by original parts of the manufacturer. It comes with warranty. A longer guarantee period is available.