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t2 Sport/FTIR

Peltier-driven temperature control for Perkin Elmer and Shimadzu FTIR Spectrophotometers
Product Overview

The t2 Sport/FTIR is an inexpensive, compact cuvette holder for use in an FTIR spectrophotometer. Use it for temperature ranges of about -15 °C to 110 °C. The t2 Sport/FTIR mounts on a 2 inch x 3 inch slide to fit the standard FTIR slide holder of the spectrophotometer. Operate the TC 1/Single Temperature Controller using the menu button or control via optional program T-App.

Product Features

Rapid, precise Peltier temperature control
Variable speed magnetic stirring
Dry gas purge for work at low temperature
2 inch x 3 inch slide mount for standard FTIR holders
Cuvette lifter for removal of cuvette
Probe input for sample temperature
NIST-traceable temperature calibration

  • Technical Specifications
    Number of cuvettes controlled
    1
    Typical use
    Absorbance
    Standard cuvette size (outside)
    12.5 mm x 12.5 mm
    Optical ports per cuvette
    2
    Optical port dimensions
    12 mm high x 10 mm wide
    Cuvette z-height
    8.5 mm or 15 mm
    Windowed jacket available
    No
    Factory set temperature range
    -40 °C to +110 °C
    Temperature range easily achievable
    -15 °C to +110 °C
    Temperature precision
    ±0.02 °C
    Temperature accuracy
    Better than ±0.15 °C from 0 ⁰C to +80 ⁰C
    Accuracy full range
    Better than ±0.3 ⁰C from ‐15 ⁰C to +110 ⁰C
    Temperature reproducibility
    Better than ±0.07 °C
    Thermistor probes accepted
    Series 400 or Series 500
    Magnetic stirring motor type
    DC
    Magnetic stirring speed range
    100-2500 rpm
    Default stirring speed
    1200 rpm
    Stirring speed best performance
    200-1800 rpm
  • Basic Package

    t2 Sport – Temperature-controlled cuvette holder
    TC 1/Single – Temperature Controller
    2 inch x 3 inch slide mount
    BATH 10 – Circulator
    NIST-traceable calibration and performance data
    Accessories – Magnetic stir bar, tubing and cables

  • Accessories
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