FluoTime 250

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PicoQuant has unveiled the FluoTime 250, a compact, robust and fully-automated system that increases the ease of performing time-resolved luminescence spectroscopy studies.

The software wizards on the device allow even novice users to perform complex measurements such as fluorescence decays or time-resolved anisotropy studies in a very short time. For advanced users the full range of the instrument’s capabilities can be accessed via a point-and-click interface or integrated scripting language.

By adding an optional monochromator, the FluoTime 250 can also be used to measure time-resolved emission spectra.

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