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Double Beam Spectrophotometer - (UV 3200)

LABINDIA Series 3000 is a feature packed double beam UV Visible Spectrophotometer. It uses Czerny-Turner mounting for its monochromator and offers fixed as well as variable Spectral Bandwidth. Available as either a standalone instrument of a PC-controlled instrument and performs Measurements, Data analysis, QA/QC function Validation and Report printing, Labindia Spectrophotometers have extensive applications in the fields such as Chemicals, Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, Environmental, Clinical & Food & Beverages etc.

The UV 3000 series of the UV/VIS Spectrophotometer are able to carry out Photometric measurement, spectrum scans, kinetic measurements, quantitative determination and DNA/Protein Analysis.LABINDIA UV-Vis Spectrophotometer offers Variable Slits 0.5, 1.0, 2.0 and 5.0nm which satisfies the standards of wavelength resolution demanded by the Regulatory authorities worldwide.When fitted with an 8 cell holder allows multiple sample measurements automatically. Many optional accessories enhance the flexibility and the measurement range of the instrument.

The “UVWin” PC software offers many more user-friendly applications such as access to data base, three- dimensional spectrum analysis, GLP laboratory protocol, fast analysis of pesticide residues and other applications within the environmental protection code of analysis.

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Double Beam UV Visible Spectrophotometer available as either a standalone instrument of a PC-control
Standard Features of Double Beam Spectrophotometer - (UV 3200)
  • Variable slits (bandwidths).
  • For Stand-alone instrument, all software methods are included as built-in standard; this eliminates the need of software.
  • Online software upgrade via internet helps to keep it updated.
  • Data Download-to-PC software expands the data storage to unlimited.
Typical Specification


UV -3200

Photometric Range

0-400%T Absorbance -4 to 4

Stray Light

0.02% @ 340nm for NaNO2 0.25% @ 198nm for KCl

Optical System

 Double Beam Optical System with Automatic 8-Cell Changer - Model 3200

Wavelength Range

190nm to 1100nm

Wavelength Accuracy

± 0.1 nm @656.1nm D2 ± 0.3nm (190 to 1100nm)

Wavelength Reproducibility


Spectral Bandwidth

Variable 0.5,1,2,4 nm


Silicon Photodiode (Dual)

Light Source

Tungsten and Deuterium Lamp, pre-aligned

PC Interface


USB Port and Parallel Port (Printer)

Baseline Flatness

± 0.0005 Abs

Scan speed

2-3000 nm per Minute

Optional Accessory

Specular Reflection Accessory, Integrating Sphere 60mm / 100mm Automatic 8 Cell Changer, long path cell holder, Peltier Solid Sample holder etc.


1. What does a UV spectrophotometer measure?

UV-Vis Spectroscopy (or Spectrophotometry) is a quantitative technique used to measure how much a chemical substance absorbs light. This is done by measuring the intensity of light that passes through optical components with respect to the intensity of light through a reference sample or blank.

2. What are the main components of a UV VIS spectrophotometer?

There are four basic components to a simple single beam UV/Vis spectrophotometer; a light source, a monochromator, a sample, and a detector.

3. What is the difference between UV and visible spectrophotometry?

Molecules having non-bonding electrons can absorb the energy in the form of UV or visible light to excite these electrons to higher molecular orbitals. ... Ultraviolet-Visible Spectroscopy is absorption spectroscopy in the UV and visible portion of the electromagnetic spectrum.

4. Is infrared radiation dangerous?

In general, no -- at least from naturally occurring physical processes. Any form of radiation -- including visible light or radio waves -- could potentially be dangerous if highly concentrated into a narrow beam (that is the principle of lasers) of very high power.

5. What is the function of UV spectrophotometer?

UV / Vis spectrophotometer measures the absorbance of a light when it passes through a sample. The light absorbed is proportional to the quantity of a chemical in the sample.