A laboratory spectrophotometer, also known as a spectrometer, is a scientific instrument that decomposes light with complex components into spectral lines. The measurement range generally includes the visible light region with a wavelength range of 380 to 780 nm and the ultraviolet light region with a wavelength range of 200 to 380 nm. Different light sources have their own emission spectra, so different luminous bodies can be used as the light source of the instrument.
Wavelength Range: 190-1100nm / 200-1000nm / 325-1000nm / 320-1100nm.
Sample Compartment: 4-position, 10mm pathlength cuvette.
Light Source: Tungsten lamp and Deuterium lamp