|Wavelength range||190 to 1100nm|
|Spectral bandwidth||1nm (190 to 1100nm)|
|Wavelength display||0.1-nm increments|
|Wavelength setting||0.1-nm increments (1-nm increments when setting scanning range )|
|Wavelength accuracy||±0.1nm at 656.1nm D2
±0.3nm (190 to 1100nm)
|Stray light||less than 0.02% NaI at 220nm, NaNO2 at 340nm|
|less than 1.0% KCｌ at 198nm|
|Photometric system||Double Beam|
|Photometric range||Absorbance: -4 to 4 Abs
Transmittance: 0% to 400%
|Photometric accuarcy||±0.002 Abs (0.5Abs)|
|±0.004 Abs (1.0Abs)|
|±0.006 Abs (2.0Abs)|
|Photometric repeatability||less than ±0.001 Abs (0.5Abs)|
|less than ±0.001 Abs (1Abs)|
|less than ±0.003 Abs (2.0Abs)|
|Baseline stability||less than 0.0003 Abs/H at 700nm
(one hour after light source turned ON)
|Baseline flatness||within ±0.0006 Abs
(190 to 1100nm,one hour after light source turned ON)
|Noise level||Within 0.00005 Abs RMS value (at 700nm)|
|Dimensions (W×D×H)||450(W) x 490(D) x 270(H)|
|Printers||DPU, ESC/P, PCL printers, USB I/F Windows-compliant printers are available with USB memory and PC software|
|Memory||USB memory (option) Saved as text and UVPC file|
|Performance for PC||USB memory＋UVProbe (standard) Win XP
Boasting the highest resolution (1 nm) and the smallest footprint of all compact standalone UVs in its class, the UV-1800 Spectrophotometer delivers better performance and ease of use with powerful functionality and UVProbe software, supplied as standard.
Offering an array of user-friendly features, the UV-1800 easily satisfies pharmacopoeia requirements as well as the demands of university laboratories, government agencies, and the food industry.
High resolution – 1 nm bandwidth
Featuring the highest resolution in its class, the UV-1800 easily satisfies the standards of wavelength resolution demanded by the European Pharmacopoeia.
Additionally, using a spectroscope with a Czerny-Turner mounting results in a compact, bright optical system. Stray light, wavelength repeatability and baseline stability have also been advanced to meet user requirements.
Only 450 mm wide, the UV-1800 is one of the most compact instruments in its class, allowing installation in tight spaces. In comparison to the UV-1700, the setting space has decreased by about 15%, and the width has narrowed by about 20%.
USB memory can be connected directly to the UV-1800. Users can now analyze data on a PC using UVProbe software. In addition, data for spectra and time-course curves can be displayed and saved with commercial spreadsheet software. Printing is possible to printers that support PCL control codes.
e.g. HP Business Inkjet 1200
HP Photosmart D5160
UVProbe is provided as standard software for the UV-1800. It enables control of the UV-1800 with a PC.
(A USB cable is required for connection to the PC.)