The PerkinElmer AAnalyst™ 800 high-performance atomic absorption spectrometer with WinLab32 for AA software features an automated motorized atomizer exchange that allows switching between flame and graphite furnace AA by a simple software command. The instrument is equipped with a high performance burner system , TotalFlow™ gas controls for flame AA and a Transversely Heated Graphite Furnace (THGA) with longitudinal Zeeman-effect background corrector.
The graphite furnace system includes True Temperature Control (TTC) and integrated platform tubes providing full Stabilized Temperature Platform Furnace (STPF) conditions for almost interference-free trace metal analysis. The built-in, high-capacity AS-800 autosampler adds exceptional productivity and flexibility. The AAnalyst 800 utilizes the industry leading WinLab 32 for AA software that brings a new level of productivity to high-performance atomic absorption. The optional Enhanced Security (ES) software adds additional capabilities needed for regulatory requirements such as 21 CFR Part 11.
|Maximum Temperature||2600 °C in steps of 10 °C|
|Wavelength Range||190 to 900 nm|
|Power Requirements||230 V (±10%), 50/60 Hz (±1%),|
|Peak Power||5000 VA (max)|
|Weight||187 kg (without controller and cooling system)|
9 days ago
|Unable to evaluate QC|
I am suddenly getting this message after my QC runs! Can anyone help me understand? Furnace.
2 months ago
|Problem with autosampler AS800- please help|
Error Message: Furnace autosampler has timed out. The furnace autosampler was unable to cycle normally and is now in standby mode
During a stability check, the calibration, blanks, and LFB came out fine and then we were prompted with this error message.
The autosampler tray is now not moving during a run and therefore the sampling arm is improperly placed. The tray is rotating fine but does not move left and right. During the rinse phase, the tip is injecting into a sample cup.
Thank you for your help
3 months ago
Hi, I am planning to buy Perkin ELmer 800 AAS. I am wondering what are other make and models that I should consider to make my final decision?