The compact UV-2600/2700 from Shimadzu is a universal, research-grade spectrophotometer that can be used in a wide range of fields, and easily expanded to suit the measurement objective.
By using the optional integrating sphere, the measurement wavelength range of the UV-2600 can be extended to the near-infrared region of 1400 nm.
The UV-2700 is capable of 8-Abs measurements, and optimal for measuring low transmittance samples.
Validation software is provided as standard for both instruments, so equipment performance can be easily checked in daily inspections and when data accuracy becomes a concern.
Single Monochromator UV-2600
Enables Near-Infrared Measurements
By installing the ISR-2600Plus two-detector integrating sphere, the 300 nm to 1100 nm wavelength range of conventional models can be extended to 1400 nm.
As a result, the UV-2600 can accommodate measurements of solar cell anti-reflective films and polycrystalline silicon wafers.
Double Monochromator UV-2700
Capable of 8-Abs Measurements
With the ability to make accurate transmittance measurements to 0.000001 %( 1 part in 100 million), the UV-2700 can be applied to evaluating the transmission characteristics of polarization films. In addition, even high-concentration samples can be measured without diluting, contributing to a savings in power use.