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QuantaMaster™ 300
Phosphorescence / Fluorescence Spectrofluorometer

 
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QuantaMaster™ 300 Buyers Guide

Each of PTI's diverse and versatile photoluminescence systems is designed with particular user needs in mind. The QuantaMaster™ 300 is a modular bench-top photoluminescence spectrometer that utilizes a pulsed Xe lamp as excitation source. Primarily, the QuantaMaster™ 300 is designed for the user who needs the capability to measure both phosphorescence decays as well as to make steady state fluorescence and phosphorescence measurements. It features new 300 mm coma-corrected asymmetrical monochromators which dramatically reduce the stray light, improve spectral resolution and increase light throughput. The instrument excels in very rapid measurement of phosphorescence decays using the single shot transient digitizer (SSTD) technique. The QuantaMaster™ 300 is the highest performance photoluminescence system using a pulsed light source on the market today.

You would choose the QuantaMaster™ 300 if your needs were:

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To Measure Phosphorescence Decays and Time-Resolved Emissions in Microseconds-to-Seconds Time Domain

One can measure photoluminescence decays as short as 1 microsecond (with deconvolution) to as long as seconds. The instrument digitizes decay data from each lamp shot, so the acquisition is very rapid. Even with extensive averaging of hundreds of lamp shots, the decay curve can be acquired in less than a second. Time-resolved spectral and intensity scans are made by integrating the emission signal after a time-delay specified by the user. The QM-300 is an ideal instrument for LRET, inorganic photoluminescence and fluorescence/phosphorescence of organic materials.

 

PTI Exclusive

To Measure Phosphorescence Decays and Time-Resolved Emissions in Microseconds-to-Seconds Time Domain

One can measure photoluminescence decays as short as 1 microsecond (with deconvolution) to as long as seconds. The instrument digitizes decay data from each lamp shot, so the acquisition is very rapid. Even with extensive averaging of hundreds of lamp shots, the decay curve can be acquired in less than a second. Time-resolved spectral and intensity scans are made by integrating the emission signal after a time-delay specified by the user. The QM-300 is an ideal instrument for LRET, inorganic photoluminescence and fluorescence/phosphorescence of organic materials.

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For Great Sensitivity

PTI offers the most sensitive photoluminescence system that uses a pulsed light source for excitation. Its superior sensitivity is achieved by the use of the SSTD detection technique as well as the new, best in its class 300 mm monochromators optimized for high throughput, low stray light and reduced optical aberrations. And since it is modular, you can make your QuantaMaster™ 300 into the most sensitive steady-state fluorometer on the planet by simply adding the Q-50H system enhancement. This option adds the continuous excitation source to your system.

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For Ultimate in Versatility – Obsolescence Proof

The open architecture design allows for the ultimate in flexibility. You can add various excitation sources – including lasers and LED’s, you can expand the system to measure fluorescence lifetimes, polarization, temperature ramping – in fact you can add virtually anything that you need for fluorescence and phosphorescence type measurements. While everything wears out - the QuantaMaster™ 300 can be upgraded and updated.

 

To measure LRET or make other lanthanides measurements

QuantMaster 30 sensitivity

The QuantaMaster™ 300 system equipped with a single shot transient digitizer detection is invaluable in boosting the detection sensitivity of otherwise almost undetectable europium emission obscured by fluorescence (trace at delay = 0) from organic ligand. By integrating the decay 200 microseconds away from the excitation pulse, a clean spectrum of europium ion is observed (trace at delay = 200 μs ), while the impurity fluorescence is completely suppressed.

 

If you are looking for a less expensive, simpler or easier to use luminescence system, we invite you to consider the compact bench-top luminescence instruments offered by our sister company Optical Building Blocks Corporation (OBB). OBB provides simple, affordable, integrated bench-top systems for steady state and time-resolved luminescence research. For more information visit www.obbcorp.com

 
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