Thermo Scientific™

UltiMate™ Diode Array Detector

Catalog number: 5082.0010
Thermo Scientific™

UltiMate™ Diode Array Detector

Catalog number: 5082.0010

Collect full spectral data for postacquisition analysis with the Thermo Scientific™ Dionex™ UltiMate™ 3000 Rapid Separation Diode Array Detector. It supports both HPLC and UHPLC applications with eight channels of single-wavelength data acquisition, a 1024-element diode array, and the excellent noise and drift performance of a forward-optic detector. Diode array detection allows full spectrum acquisition at speeds up to 200Hz. Comprehensive three-dimensional data tools in Thermo Scientific™ Dionex™ Chromeleon™ Chromatography Data System software makes it easy to process and report your results.

 
Catalog Number
5082.0010
Unit Size
Each
Description
DAD-3000 Diode Array Detector, without flow cell
Detection Mode
UV-vis Detection (8 Channels)
Data Collection Rate
100 Hz
Price (USD)
Full specifications
Data Collection Rate100 Hz
Detection ModeUV-vis Detection (8 Channels)
Detector TypeSingle-Beam
TypeDiode Array Detector
GLP FeaturesAutomatic Instrument Qualification (AutoQ), System Wellness and Qualification Monitoring with Chromeleon Software, Lamp and Cell ID Chips.
DisplayLCD Monitor
Drift<1 mAU/hr
Flow RateAnalytical to Semi-Prep
Temperature ControlYes
Noise<±8 µAU
Flow Cell VolumeVariable
Pixel Resolution<1.0 nm
Slit WidthNarrow or Wide Slit, Settable
Flow Cell MaterialsVariable
Wavelength Accuracy±1.0 nm
Wavelength Range190 to 800 nm
LampDeuterium Lamp, Tungsten Lamp
Flow CellVarious, Order Separately
Linearity<3%RSD
Optical SystemSingle-Beam
PC ConnectionUSB
Response2 Sec.
Voltage85 to 260 V
DescriptionDAD-3000 Diode Array Detector, without flow cell
Unit SizeEach
Catalog Number
Unit Size
Each
Description
DAD-3000 RS Rapid Separation Diode Array Detector, without flow cell
Detection Mode
UV-vis Detection (8 Channels)
Data Collection Rate
200 Hz
Price (USD)
Full specifications
Data Collection Rate200 Hz
Detection ModeUV-vis Detection (8 Channels)
Detector TypeSingle-Beam
TypeDiode Array Detector
GLP FeaturesAutomatic Instrument Qualification (AutoQ), System Wellness and Qualification Monitoring with Chromeleon Software, Lamp and Cell ID Chips.
DisplayLCD Monitor
Drift<1 mAU/hr
Temperature ControlYes
Noise<±8 µAU
Flow Cell VolumeVariable
Pixel Resolution<1.0 nm
Slit WidthNarrow or Wide Slit, Settable
Flow Cell MaterialsVariable
Wavelength Accuracy±1.0 nm
Wavelength Range190 to 800 nm
LampDeuterium Lamp, Tungsten Lamp
Flow CellVarious, Order Separately
Linearity<3%RSD
Optical SystemSingle-Beam
PC ConnectionUSB
Response2 Sec.
Voltage85 to 260 V
DescriptionDAD-3000 RS Rapid Separation Diode Array Detector, without flow cell
Unit SizeEach
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Catalog NumberSpecificationsUnit SizeDescriptionDetection ModeData Collection RatePrice (USD)
5082.0010Full specifications
EachDAD-3000 Diode Array Detector, without flow cellUV-vis Detection (8 Channels)100 HzRequest A Quote
Data Collection Rate100 Hz
Detection ModeUV-vis Detection (8 Channels)
Detector TypeSingle-Beam
TypeDiode Array Detector
GLP FeaturesAutomatic Instrument Qualification (AutoQ), System Wellness and Qualification Monitoring with Chromeleon Software, Lamp and Cell ID Chips.
DisplayLCD Monitor
Drift<1 mAU/hr
Flow RateAnalytical to Semi-Prep
Temperature ControlYes
Noise<±8 µAU
Flow Cell VolumeVariable
Pixel Resolution<1.0 nm
Slit WidthNarrow or Wide Slit, Settable
Flow Cell MaterialsVariable
Wavelength Accuracy±1.0 nm
Wavelength Range190 to 800 nm
LampDeuterium Lamp, Tungsten Lamp
Flow CellVarious, Order Separately
Linearity<3%RSD
Optical SystemSingle-Beam
PC ConnectionUSB
Response2 Sec.
Voltage85 to 260 V
DescriptionDAD-3000 Diode Array Detector, without flow cell
Unit SizeEach
5082.0020Full specifications
EachDAD-3000 RS Rapid Separation Diode Array Detector, without flow cellUV-vis Detection (8 Channels)200 HzRequest A Quote
Data Collection Rate200 Hz
Detection ModeUV-vis Detection (8 Channels)
Detector TypeSingle-Beam
TypeDiode Array Detector
GLP FeaturesAutomatic Instrument Qualification (AutoQ), System Wellness and Qualification Monitoring with Chromeleon Software, Lamp and Cell ID Chips.
DisplayLCD Monitor
Drift<1 mAU/hr
Temperature ControlYes
Noise<±8 µAU
Flow Cell VolumeVariable
Pixel Resolution<1.0 nm
Slit WidthNarrow or Wide Slit, Settable
Flow Cell MaterialsVariable
Wavelength Accuracy±1.0 nm
Wavelength Range190 to 800 nm
LampDeuterium Lamp, Tungsten Lamp
Flow CellVarious, Order Separately
Linearity<3%RSD
Optical SystemSingle-Beam
PC ConnectionUSB
Response2 Sec.
Voltage85 to 260 V
DescriptionDAD-3000 RS Rapid Separation Diode Array Detector, without flow cell
Unit SizeEach
Showing 2 of 2
Recommended Use

The UltiMate 3000 Rapid Separation Diode Array Detector is recommended for use with Thermo Scientific™ Dionex™ Ultimate™ 3000 Rapid Separation systems. It is ideal for use in method development laboratories that need to capture full spectral information from novel compounds in narrow, RS peaks. For conventional chromatography, choose the budget-conscious DAD-3000 detector with a data rate of 100Hz.

Features
  • Low noise (typically <±7 µAU) and drift (typically <0.5 mAU/h) offer the lowest LODs and LOQs.
  • Data collection rates of up to 200 Hz allow detection and characterization of extremely narrow peaks.
  • Benefit from full spectra UV-vis data acquisition, even for 10 peaks separated in 10 seconds.
  • A selection of stainless steel and Thermo Scientific™ PEEK™ flow cells provide maximum flexibility for standard and biocompatible applications.
  • Front access to prealigned cells and lamps simplifies routine maintenance.
  • ID chips track lamp and cell parameters for audit trails.
Monitor Gradients On Line

The Thermo Scientific™ Dionex™ UltiMate™ 3000 PCM-3000 pH and Conductivity Monitor is an upgrade for accurate pH and conductivity on-line monitoring with the DAD-3000 series detectors. This unit is typically used to monitor the gradient formation in salt- or pH-gradient-based ion-exchange chromatography (IEC) in biopharmaceutical analysis.

The PCM-3000 supports all modes of chromatography and provides verification of the elution conditions, the retention behavior of the sample, and the precision and repeatability of the instrumentation.

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