|Measurement Principle||Induced grating (IG) method|
|Measurement Range||0.5 to 200 nm|
|Measurement Time||30 sec (from the start of measurement to the display of results)|
|Sample Liquid Volume||250 to 300 µL|
|Measurement Unit||Light Source||Semiconductor laser (wavelength: 785 nm; output: 3 mW)|
|Cell||Batch cell (material: Pyrex glass*1)|
|Output Terminal||Serial output (connector type: D-Sub, 25 pin, female)|
|Temperature Setting Range||7°C to 40°C (cell holder temperature setting range*2)|
|Operating Environment||Temperature: 15°C to 35°C|
|Humidity: 20% to 80% (without condensation)||Humidity: 20% to 80% (without condensation)|
|Power Supply||AC 115 or 230 V ±10%|
|Size and Weight||600 (W) x 400 (D) x 200 (H) mm, approx. 15 kg|
*1: Do not use the kind of solvents that may damage Pyrex glass.
* : Measurement is possible as long as the conductivity of the sample liquid does not exceed 400 μS/cm (microsiemens per centimeter). (For example, saline and seawater cannot be used for measurement unless they are greatly diluted.)
Parts Required for Installation
|Micropipette||"Required to inject samples into the cell. Provide a micropipette that can measure out 200 µL with an accuracy of 5%."|
* Sold by Shimadzu as a special accessory and can therefore be ordered from Shimadzu if necessary.
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