The Olis RSM 1000F fitted with a 150 watt lamp and U.S.A. Stopped-Flow.

After 45 absorbance model RSM systems were delivered, we responded to encouragement to design a model fully optimized for fluorescence.  Emission scan rates to 1,000 scans/second are achievable on the finalized system that uses a 150 watt xenon arc lamp as the exciting source, a single grating monochromator as the exciting light wavelength selector, and the RSM with a mid-plane PMT.

Featured Components

Beam-Cooling Accessory
Positioned between the lamp housing and the monochromator that removes the IR (the heat) from the output beam.

Closed-Cycle Cooling Box
Cools both the lamp housing and the output beam without requiring an external source of water.

Middle-Plane PMT
Optimizes photosensitivity; attached to a trap-door lid, this high-gain, side-window PMT intercepts the emission beam at the middle plane of the RSM, maximizing detection of weak luminescence.

These innovative additions transform the world’s only rapid-scanning spectrophotometer into the world’s only rapid-scanning spectrofluorometer. Providing extraordinary sensitivity, resolution, and speed in monitoring rapidly changing samples, both configurations are available in one benchtop workstation!

Need to measure the polarization of fluorescence data?

Add the Polarization toolbox to your RSM 1000F. Click to learn more about the Polarization Toolbox and how it can further your research. 

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