AAH-300A and AAH-300AR
Absorption, Diffuse Reflectance, and More in the Palm of Your Hand!
Ordering Available December 15, 2016! Down payment 50%, or pay in full in advance.
Techniques: AAH-300A: visible absorption. AAH-300AR: visible absorption and visible diffuse reflectance.
Wavelength range: 430 nm to 650 nm.
Resolution: intensity dependent, typically 3 nm at high light levels, 20 nm at low light levels.
Software: proprietary, supplied with instrument. Ergonomic version under development; version operable by trained spectrometrist delivered with current instruments. Software updates supplied as available at no charge during first year of ownership.
Operating system and other requirements: works ONLY with Intel/AMD Windows computers with USB 3.0 hardware and drivers. Minimum screen size 1024 by 768 pixels. Windows 7, 8.1, or 10 acceptable.
SpectroClick’s Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can the AAH-300 series be used for kinetics measurements?
A: For reactions with half-lives of 10 s or greater, we believe the instrument will work. Such performance has not yet been demonstrated. Stay tuned!
Q: Can the AAH-300 series be configured to work autonomously for process control?
Q: Can the AAH-300 series be configured to work autonomously in remote environments where temperature and humidity are variable?
A: Yes – it’s one of our primary missions to make our instruments work where the samples are rather than just in the lab.
Q: Will the instruments be student friendly?
Q: What is the wavelength range?
A: 430 nm to 650 nm.
Q: What about fluorescence?
Q: What happened to the AAH-200?
A: The AAH-300 does more and costs less. The AAH-300A is similar to the AAH-200; the AAH-300AR adds reflectance capability.