Agilent Cary 6000i

The Agilent Cary 6000i UV-Vis-NIR is one of the best instruments when it comes to photometric performance in short-wave infrared (SWIR) 800-1800 nm range as well as the UV-Vis 175 to 800 nm.

Agilent Cary 6000i UV-Vis Spectrophotometer

The Agilent Cary 6000i UV-Vis-NIR is one of the best instruments when it comes to photometric performance in short-wave infrared (SWIR) 800-1800 nm range as well as the UV-Vis 175 to 800 nm. By using narrow-band InGaAs detection and a 600 lines-per-mm diffraction grating for improved SWIR sensitivity, the Agilent Cary 6000i becomes very suitable for materials characterization spectroscopy.
In addition, the Cary WinUV of the Agilent Cary 6000i can be used to perform powerful analysis and control optional accessories. The large sample compartment of the Agilent Cary 6000i can be expanded in order to hold large accessories and integrating spheres for spectral and diffuse reflectance. Accessories can easily be changed and positioned by using the LockDown mechanism.
 
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Excellent photometric performance

  • The Agilent Cary 6000i can measure beyond 8.0 absorbance units with reference beam attenuation. 

WinUV software

  • The Agilent Cary 6000i can be controlled with the WinUV software, which is a modular software with power analysis and enhanced transfer and report export capabilities. 

Large sample compartment and LockDown mechanism 

  • The larges sample compartment of the Agilent Cary 6000i can be expanded in order to hold large accessories and integrating spheres for spectral and diffuse reflectance. Accessories can easily be changed and positioned by using the LockDown mechanism.

 

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Agilent Cary 6000i with excellent photometric performance

The Agilent Cary 6000i can measure beyond 8.0 absorbance units with reference beam attenuation.

In addition, the instrument can measure 175 to 1800 nm using a narrow-band InGaAs detector and 600 l/mm NIR diffraction gratings for unmatched sensitivity in short-wave infrared.
 
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Agilent Cary 6000i with WinUV software
The Agilent Cary 6000i can be controlled with the WinUV software, which is a modular software with power analysis and enhanced transfer and report export capabilities. The WinUV software includes a variety of applications from scanning to kinetics.
 
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Agilent Cary 6000i with large sample compartment and LockDown mechanism

The large sample compartment of the Agilent Cary 6000i can be expanded in order to hold large accessories and integrating spheres for spectral and diffuse reflectance. Accessories can easily be changed and positioned by using the LockDown mechanism.

 

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Agilent Cary 6000i compared to other instruments

Even though the Agilent Cary 6000i UV-Vis-NIR maintains some features of older VWR instruments, it is still a major upgrade from previous models. The Agilent Cary 6000i UV-Vis-NIR features a wider wavelength range than Agilent Cary 4000 UV-Vis.
The Agilent Cary 6000i UV-Vis-NIR is not only a huge upgrade from previous Agilent Cary instruments, as it also beats its competitors on several parameters. The Agilent Cary 6000i UV-Vis-NIR is more accurate than both Jasco V-670 UV-Vis-NIR and HORIBA Jobin Yvon MicroHR UV-Vis-NIR.
 

Features of the Agilent Cary 6000i compared to other instruments include:

 

Agilent Cary 6000i versus Jasco V-760 UV-Vis-NIR

  • The Agilent Cary 6000i is more accurate than Jasco V-670 UV-Vis-NIR. 

Agilent Cary 6000i versus HORIBA Jobin Yvon MicroHR UV-Vis-NIR

  • The Agilent Cary 6000i is more accurate than HORIBA Jobin Yvon MicroHR UV-Vis-NIR. 

Agilent Cary 6000i 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 6000i features a 20 mm beam height and a minimum spectral bandwidth of 0.01 nm, making the instrument compatible with our NanoCuvette™ One.

 

Compatibility of Agilent Cary 6000i with cphnano products:

 

With our NanoCuvette™ One your Agilent Cary 6000i 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.