Black Box Type UV Analyzer

  1. Wavelength Range:
    • UV analyzers cover a specific range of ultraviolet wavelengths, commonly in the UV-Visible spectrum, such as 190 nm to 1100 nm.
  2. Sample Compatibility:
    • Depending on the application, UV analyzers may accommodate different types of samples, including liquids or solids.
  3. Pathlength:
    • Instruments may offer different pathlength options to accommodate samples with varying concentrations.
  4. Wavelength Accuracy:
    • High-precision instruments provide accurate wavelength measurements to ensure reliable results.
  5. Spectral Bandwidth:
    • The spectral bandwidth determines the range of wavelengths measured simultaneously.
  6. Data Output:
    • Digital display or computer connectivity for data output and analysis.
  7. Software Integration:
    • Some UV analyzers come with software for data analysis and instrument control.
  8. Light Source:
    • UV analyzers use specific light sources, such as deuterium lamps or xenon flash lamps, to cover the UV range.
  9. Detector:
    • Photodiode array detectors or photomultiplier tubes are commonly used in UV analyzers.
  10. Cuvette or Sample Holder:
    • The instrument may include a cuvette holder or a sample compartment for placing the sample.
  11. User Interface:
    • Intuitive user interface for ease of operation.
  12. Applications:
    • UV analyzers can be used for a variety of applications, including nucleic acid and protein quantification, enzyme kinetics, and more.