Accelerate qualitative and quantitative confidence with consistently accurate data delivered by proven Thermo Scientific Orbitrap mass analyzer technology whether it's for method development or everyday testing. Designed for operational simplicity, the Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Exploris 120 mass spectrometer sets the new standard in instrument productivity and ruggedness.
|Dynamic Range||>5000:1 within a single Orbitrap mass analyzer spectrum|
|Mass Range||40 to 3000 m/z|
|Mass Accuracy||External calibration achieves <3 ppm RMS drift over 24 hours|
Internal lock mass calibration achieves <1 ppm RMS drift over 24 hours
EASY-IC achieves <1 ppm RMS drift for at least 5 days
|Scan Rates||Up to 22 Hz at resolution setting of 15,000 at m/z 200|
|Analog Inputs||Channel 1 analog input (± 10 V)|
Channel 2 analog input (± 10 V)
|Polarity Switching||One Full Cycle* < 700 ms equals > 1.4 Hz|
one tSIM Scan cycle** < 600 ms equals > 1.6 Hz
* one cycle consists of acquiring one Full scan in positive mode and one Full scan in negative mode at resolution setting 60,000
** one tSIM scan in positive mode and one tSIM scan in negative mode at resolution setting 60,000
|Description||Orbitrap Exploris 120 MS|
|Weight (Metric)||120kg (265 lb.) without data system, vacuum rough pumps and optional items|
|Max. Resolution||Up to 120,000 at m/z 200|
|Catalog Number||Specifications||Unit Size||Description||Mass Range||Price (USD)|
|BRE725531||Each||Orbitrap Exploris 120 MS||40 to 3000 m/z||Request A Quote|
Perform high-throughput qualitative and quantitative analysis with accurate Orbitrap HRAM results
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Orbitrap power now for isotope ratios
Open new dimensions in isotope ratio analysis with Thermo Scientific™ Orbitrap Exploris™ Isotope Solutions.
Preserve intramolecular isotopic information throughout the analysis and determine previously inaccessible isotopologues by the combination of soft electrospray ionization (ESI) and high-resolution accurate mass (HRAM) sensitivity.