TRI-CARB 5110TR 110 V Liquid Scintillation Counter
The Tri-Carb 5110TR liquid scintillation counter is optimal for both advanced research and environmental work – the liquid scintillation counter to choose when you need every option to meet a wide range of applications.
The Tri-Carb 5110TR liquid scintillation counter is a fully loaded premium instrument capable of more accurately detecting Ultra Low Level counts in mixed and unknown samples using proprietary Dual Phase Separation and PSA Histogram technology.
Exclusive Standard Features:
TR-LSC (Time-resolved Liquid Scintillation Counting) for high sensitivity, low background liquid scintillation counting
QuantaSmart™ Software a robust multitasking, easy networking environment with unlimited assays in a secure multiuser environment
Alpha Beta Separation uses Dual PSA Discriminator and PSA Histogram to improve accuracy for mixed and unknown samples
ULLCM (Ultra Low Level Count Mode) with Pulse Amplitude Comparison (PAC) decreases the component of background produced by optical crosstalk, increasing system sensitivity (E2/B) to a factory test minimum of 500 for 3H and 1,400 for 14C
SpectraWorks 2 spectral analysis package that determines optimal counting regions, and calculates figure of merit automatically
Enhanced IPA (Instrument Performance Assessment) monitors performance metrics for the life of the instrument
Replay reanalyzes sample counts without recounting samples
Dynamic color correction ensures accuracy of tracking lower energy sample spectra over a wide quench range
Auxiliary Spectrum Memory stores rejected events for future analysis
Bi-directional sample conveyer with a capacity of up to 408 (20mL vials) or 720 (4 or 7 mL vials)
Varisette™ sample cassette for intermixing vial sizes without special adapters
Operational-status LED indicator for clear assay status updates at a glance
Additional Standard Features:
Luminescence Correction adjusts for chemiluminescence interference
Direct DPM determines single-label DPM in any cocktail without the use of quench standards
60 Quick Count protocol flags with the flexibility to define unlimited assays
Fold-away ergonomic arm adaptable to enter data either sitting or standing
Built in Computer with Windows 10 Operating System
Note: The efficiencies, backgrounds, and E2/B values for the Normal Count Mode were determined using PerkinElmer sealed large vial glass standards set P.N. 6008500 verified with NIST standard activity.
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