CRAIC Fluorescence Standards

 

Fluorescence standards designed for microspectroscopy and microfluorometry.


 

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Introduction

CRAIC Technologies™ offers a variety of fluorescent standards designed for calibration of microspectrometers.  CRAIC Fluorescence Microspectrophotometer Standards consist of highly stable inorganic fluorescent pigments embedded in a stable thermoplastic resin. The standards are matte, reducing any potential stray light issues, and designed specifically for use with microspectrophotometers. Activated by UV light, the different  standards emit from the blue into the red and are ideal for calibration of microspectrometers and microfluorometers.

When used with CRAIC microspectrophotometers, these fluorescent standards are part of an in-depth calibration procedure.  They are simple to use and result in high quality microfluorescence measurements.

Specifications

UV Activated Fluorescent Microspectrometer Standards Emit at:

Blue

Blue-Green

Green

Orange

Red

Applications

Applications

  • Instrument calibration for wavelength
  • Instrument calibration for intensity

Support

CRAIC Technologies provides service and support for it's instruments worldwide.  CRAIC Technologies service engineers offer instrument repair, maintenance, training and technical support for all aspects of CRAIC Technologies products.

 
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The lit microscope base and the lit octagonal optical head are trademarks of CRAIC Technologies, Inc. CRAIC Technologies, 20/20™, 20/20 PV™ and "Perfect Vision for Science" are all trademarks of CRAIC Technologies, Inc. Instrument features offered depend upon instrument configuration.  Features listed here may not be present in some configurations.

*Features and specifications depend upon instrument configuration.  Specifications subject to change without notice.

UV-visible-NIR microscopes, UV-visible-NIR microspectrometers and Raman microspectrometers are general purpose laboratory instruments. They have not been cleared or approved by the European IVD Directive, the United States Food and Drug Administration or any other agency for diagnostic, clinical or other medical use.