Series of spectrophotometers reduce costs and risks with barcoded method recognition
Mar 16 2021
Laboratory controls are in high demand and water hygiene is essential. Lovibond’s XD series of spectrophotometers are reliable tools and offer valuable simplifications for routine controls in the laboratory as well as in industry, saving time, money and work capacities. With barcoded tube tests, the XD 7000 and XD 7500 automatically select the method.
Simply insert the 16 mm cuvettes into the measuring chamber and the instrument automatically starts the correct test method. The spectrophotometers also automatically recognise which cuvette size has been used.
More than 150 methods including barcodes are pre-programmed and can be selected directly in the Lovibond® Handbook of Methods and on reagent packages with the external barcode reader. By including the barcodes in your own standard operating documents you can make your work easier and simplify routine procedures.
User-defined methods can also be stored and polynomials can be integrated. Integrated support of measures for analytical quality assurance means that special attention is paid to Good Laboratory Practice (GLP). Up to 3 user levels can be set up with different access to the system. Guidelines and quality standards can be perfectly integrated and provide increased security.
Lovibond® develops and manufactures the reagents in-house and can therefore offer the full analytical competence and quality you expect. This means that anyone who uses our Lovibond® UV and UV/VIS spectrophotometers in a wide range of applications can obtain everything from a single source - from the instrument to the reagents and accessories which reduce total cost of ownership.
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