Agilent Cary 300

The Agilent Cary 300 is a UV-Vis spectrophotometer with a versatile set of accessories and a large photometric range, which makes the instrument well suited for use in research laboratories. Read more about the instrument here.

 

Agilent Cary 300 UV-Vis Spectrophotometer

The Agilent Cary 300 is a UV-Vis spectrophotometer with a versatile set of accessories and a large photometric range, which makes the instrument well suited for use in research laboratories. Furthermore, the Agilent Cary 300 UV-Vis can be controlled by using the Cary WinUV software. This Windows-based software features a modular design, making the instrument easy-to-use. The Agilent Cary 300 UV-Vis comes with a liquid sample holder, but the instrument is capable of testing both turbid liquid and solid samples.

 

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Watch the video below for a presentation of the Cary 300. 

 

Features of the Cary 300 include:

Optional accessories and variable functions

  • The Agilent Cary 300 UV-Vis is compatible with a set of optimal accessories including temperature control, specular reflectance, multicell holders, diffuse reflectance and fiber optics.

 

Working range past 5.0 absorbance units

  • The Agilent Cary 300 UV-Vis features a working range past 5.0 absorbance units, making the instrument suitable for measuring both turbid and solid samples.

 

Easy-to-use WinUV software

  • The Agilent Cary 300 UV-Vis can be controlled by using the easy-to-use WinUV software.

 

 

Agilent Cary 300 with optional accessories and variable functions

The Agilent Cary 300 UV-Vis is compatible with a set of optimal accessories including temperature control, specular reflectance, multicell holders, diffuse reflectance and fiber optics. In addition, it is also possible to use liquid and solid sample holders, as the instrument can measure turbid and solid samples. These accessories increase the using possibilities of the Agilent Cary 300 UV-Vis.

It is also worth mentioning that the instrument can be adjusted with respect to technical features as well. This includes variable slit widths for optimum control over spectral resolution.

 

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Agilent Cary 300 with working range past 5.0 absorbance units

The Agilent Cary 300 UV-Vis features a working range past 5.0 absorbance units, making the instrument suitable for measuring both turbid and solid samples. A Solid sample can be measured by using one of the optional accessories – the solid sample holder.

 

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Agilent Cary 300 with an easy-to-use WinUV software

The Agilent Cary 300 UV-Vis comes with a WinUV software. The modular design of this software provides a wide range of applications and features powerful analytics run by an easy-to-use interface.

 

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Agilent Cary 300 compared to other instruments

Even though the Agilent Cary 300 UV-Vis maintains some features of older Agilent instruments, it is still a major upgrade from previous models. The Agilent Cary 100 UV-Vis features a working range up to 4.0 absorbance units. In comparison, The Agilent Cary 300 UV-Vis features a working range past 5.0 absorbance units, which is an upgrade.

The Agilent Cary 300 UV-Vis is not only an upgrade from previous Agilent instruments, as it also beats its competitors on several parameters. The Agilent Cary 300 UV-Vis features a better photometric range than both Analytik Jena Spekol 2000 UV-Vis and Thermo Scientific Evolution 600 UV-Vis.

 

Features of the Aglient Cary 300 compared to other instruments include:

 

Agilent Cary 300 versus Analytik Jena Spekol 2000 UV-Vis 

  • The Agilent Cary 300 UV-Vis features a better photometric range than Analytik Jena Spekol 2000 UV-Vis.

Agilent Cary 300 versus Thermo Scientific Evolution 600 UV-Vis 

  • The Agilent Cary 300 UV-Vis features a better photometric range than Thermo Scientific Evolution 600 UV-Vis.

Agilent Cary 300 with NanoCuvette™ One, SpectroLink™, and SpectroWorks™  

The NanoCuvette™ One is a cuvette that can be used for measuring both refractive index and absorbance using a spectrophotometer.

The Agilent Cary 300 features a 20 mm beam height and a minimum spectral bandwidth of 0.2 nm, making the instrument compatible with our NanoCuvette™ One.

 

Compatibility of Agilent Cary 300 with cphnano products:

 

With our NanoCuvette™ One your Agilent Cary 300 will be able to measure 2 mL / 0.5 µL samples via refractive index for QC and kinetics. You can find a recording here showing how to perform a measurement with NanoCuvette™ One

 

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In addition to NanoCuvette™ One, you can use SpectroLink™ for simplifying your spectrophotometer workflow to a three step process allowing you to quickly acquire, analyze and extract results. In this way, you don't have to waste more time on trouble with file formats, data transfer or sharing results.

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Together with SpectroWorks™ (the modern approach to spectrophotometry and label-free analysis), SpectroLink™ solves this problem by effortlessly connecting instruments to you browser and analyzing the data.
SpectroWorks™ comes free of charge with every NanoCuvette™ or SpectroLink™ purchase. 
 
 
 

This information is meant for guidance only. Copenhagen Nanosystems ApS takes no responsibility or liability for the information provided. Please write to sales@cphnano.com if you want to add your UV-Vis instrument to the list or let us know of any mistakes.