Evaporative light scattering detectors

Saturday, 15 May, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.alpe.net.au/

SofTA evaporative light scattering detectors employ Thermo-Spilt technology in instruments designed with a flexible configuration, yielding real advantages in many common HPLC applications.

One SofTA advantage is the ability to optimise for gradient operation. This is possible because the vapour phase split ratio can be varied smoothly using the Thermo-Split technology. Users can optimise detectors for any mobile phase or flow rate by precisely controlling the vapour phase split ratio. Thermo-Split technology gives the ability to do low temperature aqueous work, and normal temperature organic work without compromises.

There are two models available, the 200 and 300. Both models employ the core Thermo-Split technology but differ in features. The 200 model provides simple four-button operation, which makes setting instrument parameters simple. Each button press is accompanied by an LED backlight, confirming the command.

The Model 300, an advanced ELSD, has an array of features including built-in data acquisition. Users can view, time, integrate, and print chromatograms without hooking up to an external computer. The full colour touchscreen display let users watch chromatograms happen in real-time, and make menu selections with the touch of a stylus. The ELSD will directly drive a colour printer and has a Windows interface.

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