Equipment: Luminescence Spectrometer – Perkin Elmer LS55
Technique: Luminescence Spectrometry
Contact person (UNINOVA): Pedro Barquinha (email@example.com), Inês Cunha (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Responsible: Ana Pimentel (email@example.com)
Description: The PerkinElmer LS 55 Luminescence spectrometer offers flexibility, versatility, reliability and ease-of-use. Based on years of experience in Luminescence spectroscopy, the LS 55 spectrometer includes a host of automated accessories and software to address a wide range of bioresearch applications. The monochromator based LS 55 uses a high energy pulsed Xenon source for excitation. The variable slit and holographic gratings provide flexibility with very low stray radiation. A reference signal system has been added to provide users with much more control over signal dynamics. This is particularly useful for samples with widely differing intra-sample signal size.
- The LS-55 is a fluorescence/luminescence spectrophotometer with pulsed high pressure Xenon source.
- It is equipped with monochromators on both the excitation and emission sides and is capable of both excitation (200-800nm) and emission (200-900nm) scans.
- Possible to measure thin films, powders or liquids
- The sample mount does not have any temperature control capability.
Link for additional information: LS-45 & LS-55 Brochure