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UV-Vis spectrometer (#1629126)

This spectrometer is an easy-to-use, wide range UV-Vis spectrometer that delivers fast, accurate and reliable performance for routine analyses in chemistry and biochemistry teaching labs.

With USB connectivity and cross-platform Spectrometry Software, the PASCO UV-Vis Spectrometer improves collaboration between lab members, enabling data collected on a computer or laptop to be analyzed on tablets, iPads, and Chromebooks.

Additional accessories, such as the Quartz Fiber Optic Cable Set, can be used to extend the spectrometer's capabilities for the analysis of emission spectra, light sources, and the classification of lasers.


Dimensions:  19.5 × 24.5 × 7.0 cm
Light Source:  Deuterium (UV) Tungsten (Vis)
Detector:  2048 CMOS linear (0.3nm reporting interval)
Wavelength Range:  180 – 1050 nm
Grating:  500 lines/mm
Signal to noise:  2000:1
Optical Resolution:  1.5 nm
Wavelength Accuracy: 
±1.0 nm
Photometric Accuracy:  ±5%
Photometric Range (best accuracy):  0.1 to 1.0 (reports full range 0.0 to 3.0)

Typical scan time (depends on integration):  4 ms – 10 s
Connectivity:  USB only
Power consumption:  2.5 A startup 350 mA continuous
Power Supply:  100 - 240 VAC to 24VDC @ 2.5A
Warranty:  5 year limited on hardware, 1 year on lamps

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  • The Wireless Spectrometer from PASCO is specifically designed for modern chemistry, biology, and physics labs.

  • With this affordable spectrometer students can gather a full visible spectrum of data in under one second. After specifying a target wavelength, students can study concentrations (Beer's Law), rates of reactions, or investigate emission spectra using the optional fiber optic cable. 

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Resolution:  2–3 nm FWHM

Detection Range:  380–950 nm

Fluorescence Excitation Wavelengths:  405 nm and 500 nm

Light Source:  LED-boosted tungsten

Connectivity:  Bluetooth 2.0 (classic) or via mini USB

Wireless Spectrometer (VIS) (#1515510)

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