DR 6000™ UV VIS Spectrophotometer with RFID Technology
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The DR6000™ is the industry’s most advanced lab spectrophotometer. It offers high-speed wavelength scanning across the UV and Visible Spectrum, and comes with over 250 pre-programmed methods including the most common testing methods used today. With optional accessories allowing for high-volume testing via a carousel sample changer, and increased accuracy with a sample delivery system that eliminates optical difference errors, this instrument ensures you are ready to handle your wide-ranging water testing needs. Combining the DR6000 with Hach’s patented TNTplus™ reagent vials, you gain additional accuracy with guided step-by-step testing procedures, while making scratched, flawed or dirty glassware a non-issue due to averaging 10 readings and discarding outliers. The instrument also utilizes RFID technology, allowing it to let you know automatically if your TNTplus reagents have expired, while detecting coefficient factors to avoid errors which can occur in lot-to-lot variations in the chemistries. Partnering all of these features with an integrated QA software package allows for scheduling, documenting and interpreting your needed quality measurements. Your water testing needs, all in one spectrophotometer. *RFID currently available only in US, Anguilla, American Samoa, Australia, Bolivia, Canada, Cayman Islands, Columbia, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Federated States of Micronesia, Guam, Guatemala, Marshall Islands, New Zealand, Northern Mariana Islands, Palau, Panama, Puerto Rico, and US Virgin Islands. Customers in other countries should order LPV441.99.00002.
- Your Water Testing Needs, All in One Spectrophotometer
- Accessories for High Volume and High Accuracy Testing Needs
- Advanced Quality Assurance at Your Fingertips
- Guided Procedures and Elimination of False Readings
- Automatically Avoids Errors