FluoroMate FS-2

Fluorescence Spectroscopy Systems from SCINCO

FluoroMate FS-2The FS-2 fluorescence spectrometer is an award-winning (Jang Young Shil Awards) spectrofluorometer from SCINCO.  It is one of the most sensitive and accurate spectrofluorometer of its kind. With a sensitivity of 4000:1 (RMS Raman), detection limit of ~50 fM Fluorescein, high resolution of 0.5nm spectral bandwidth, the FS-2 is designed for both routine lab analysis and advanced research projects. The powerful yet user-friendly software as well as many accommodating accessories guarantee it will be able to meet the demands of customers across all fields. From measuring excitation/ emission spectra, synchronous scan, to identifying multiple components within a sample, FluoroMate FS-2 is widely used to characterize luminescent molecules not only by quantification and/or qualification measurements, but also in analyzing the structure of macromolecule, bind between molecules, reaction in solution, distance between molecules, et al.

Outstanding Features

  • Smart optical design: concave gratings and horizontal beam geometry eliminate optical aberrations and greatly enhance the throughput and light collection efficiency
  • Integrated, bench-top, compact design: easy to operate, ideal for multi-user environment
  • Preprogrammed system validation protocols
  • Powerful, well-designed 3D graphics software: allows simultaneous excitation and emission spectra (EEM) and contour mapping
Excitation Light Source: 150W continuous Xenon-Arc lamp. (Fluctuation of lamp power < 1%)
Wavelength Selection:  Two Czerny-Turner monochromators:

  • Focal Length: 200mm
  • Grating: 1200 groove/mm Holographic grating
    • Low stray light
    • 250nm blazed for excitation
    • 400nm blazed for emission
  • Slew speed: 20,000 nm/min
  • Robust worm gear motor drive for exceptional repeatability
  • Wavelength Accuracy: ≤ ±0.5nm
  • Wavelength Reproducibility: ≤ ±0.2nm
Slits: Six fixed Spectra bandwidths (SBW): 0.5, 1, 2.5, 5, 10, 20 nm. Software controlled.
Sample Compartment:
  • Spacious Sample compartment with easy to exchange front panel
  • Allows easy installation of many accessories
  • Temperature control units
  • Cryostat
  • Multiple sample holder
  • Stopped flow
  • Solid/ powder sample holder
  • Polarizer
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Detectors:
  • For Spectrum Measurements:
    • Red-sensitive PMT
    • Wavelength Range: 190 ~ 900 nm
  • For Reference: Photodiode
Powerful user-friendly Software
  • Wave Scan Mode
    • Measure emission, excitation or synchronous spectra
    • Analyze spectral data with a full suite of tools
    • Use precise spectral data for examining photophysical properties of molecules, conformational changes, fluorescence anisotropy or determining quantum yields
    • Measure phosphorescence and luminescence
  • Time Scan Mode
    • Acquire kinetics data with 20 microsecond resolution
    • Calculation methods for determining reaction rates, reaction mechanism and enzyme activity
  • 3D Scan Mode
    • Powerful 3D graphics mode for simultaneous analysis of excitation and emission spectra (EEM)
    • Use contour plots and data analysis tools for demanding compound identification applications
  • Quantification Mode
    • Easy-to-use mode for measuring fluorescence standards
    • Fit calibration data with linear or 2nd and 3rd order polynomials
    • Automatic calculation of sample concentration
  • Simple Read Mode
    • Quick measurement at the single wavelength
  • Thermal Mode:
    • Uses precise Peltier Temperature control for temperature-based kinetic scan
    • Use Thermal Mode for denaturation experiments such as DNA melting and protein unfolding experiments
  • Scanning Kinetics Mode:
    • 3D graphics mode for simultaneous analysis of excitation or emission spectra over time
    • Automated peak picking options and spectra extraction from 3D to 2D chart
  • Anisotropy Mode:
    • Uses the Auto or Manual Polarizer for acquiring fluorescence anisotropy and polarization
    • Use the anisotropy data for examining molecular interactions
  • Scanning Anisotropy Mode:
    • Scanning Fluorescence Anisotropy/ Polarization at the selected wavelength range for examining molecular characteristics
    • Intuitive excitation or emission spectra of anisotropy and polarization
  • Fast Filter Mode:
    • Uses the Fast Filter accessory for acquiring fast ratiometric data
    • Automatic calculation of intracellular ion concentration (Ca2+. Mg2+, etc).
    • Measuring Time-based Polarization
  • System Validation:
    • Support 4Q documentation such as Design (DQ), Installation (IQ), Operation (OQ) and Performance (PQ)
    • Offer preprogrammed methods for verifying instrument performance according to pharmacopoeia requirements
    • Available methods are excitation/emission wavelength accuracy, excitation/emission wavelength reproducibility and sensitivity tests
  •  Security:
    • FDA 21 CFR Part 11 compliance
      • Based on Windows XP Professional, Windows 7 (professional, Ultimate, Enterprise)
      • Support electronic record and electronic signature
  •  Diagnostics:
    • Built-in tests allow you to monitor general instrument performance
    • Check the operational status of main board, slits, filters, monochromators, monitoring sensor, shutter, lamp and PMT detector

 

Light Source: Continuous wave Xenon-Arc lamp, 150W
Detector: Photodiode for Reference, Red-sensitive PMT for spectrum measurements
Wavelength range: 190 ~ 900 nm
Wavelength Accuracy: ≤ ±0.5nm
Wavelength Reproducibility: ≤ ±0.2nm
Wavelength Slew speed: 20,000 nm/min
Wavelength Scan Speed: 1- 6,000 nm/min
Sensitivity:

Better than 1000:1 (Peak to Peak)

Better than 4000:1 (RMS)

*  Water Raman, 10nm spectra bandwidth

Monochromators: 1200 groove/mm, 250nm blazed for excitation, 400nm blazed for emission
Minimal Resolution: 0.5 nm
Slit width: 0.5, 1, 2.5, 5, 10, 20 nm. Software controlled
Minimal Data Interval: 0.1nm
Operation System: Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8 compatible
Communication: RS-232 (or USB to RS-232 Converter)
Government Regulations:

UL, CE and FCC compliance.

Optional FDA compliance

Dimensions: 62 x 73 x 31 cm (W x D x H)
Weight: 53kg
Power Requirements: 100-240V AC, 50/60HZ

Specifications are subject to change without notification

 

Fluorescence Single Cell Holder (Standard)

  • Included with FS-2 as standard
  • Compatible with the Magnetic Stirrer Assembly

 

 Thermostatted Fluorescence Single Cell Holder

  • For standard 10 mm rectangular cells
  • Controls the temperature by water circulation
  • Compatible with the Magnetic Stirrer Assembly

 

Fluorescence Microcell Holder

  • Suitable design for the Microcells
  • Minimal volume of sample:10 μL
  • Adjustable cell holder position (8.5 ~ 15 mm Z height of the cells)
  • Easy microcell alignment and adjustment without any tools

Luminescence Single Cell Holder

  • Optimal design for luminescence measurement
  • Adjustable cell holder position (15 mm y-axis width)

Fluorescence Single Cell with stirring

  • Suitable size for the standard cells.
  • Magnetic stirring can be accommodated

IR Laser Cell Holder

4-Position Fluorescence Cell Holder

  • Thermostatted 4-Position Fluorescence Cell Holder
  • Controls the temperature by water circulation
  • Compatible with a Magnetic Stirrer Assembly
  • Temperature range:
    • -25 to 150°C with Refrigerated Circulator
    • 40 to 150°C with Circulator

Multi-Cell and Single Cell Peltier Temperature Control

  • Peltier Fluorescence Single Cell Holder
  • Peltier 4-Position Fluorescence Cell Holder
    • Temperature Range: -10 to 100°C
    • Sample temperature monitoring with temperature probes
      • Two probes included
      • Temperature Probe Accuracy : ±0.15 ℃
    • Full software control of temperature and stirring
    • Coolant cooling system
    • N2 gas purge available
    • Multi Step Ramping and Ramping Rate Control available
    • Support Melting Temperature Calculation Function
    • Stirrer Controllers
      • Magnetic Stirrer – Manual Type
      • Stir speeds from 130 to 1,000 rpm
    • Control unit rated at 7 Watts
    • Ideal for small to medium stirring volumes of low-viscosity liquids

Magnetic Stirrer – Automatic Type

  • Stir speeds from 130 to 1,400 rpm
  • Control unit rated at 20 Watts
  • Four power settings
  • Timed stirring from 5 seconds to 60 minutes
  • Pause time from 2 seconds to 10 minutes

Add Stirring to Accessories: Use a Stir Controller to add stirring to:

  • Fluorescence Single Cell Holder (Standard)
  • Thermostatted Fluorescence Single Cell Holder
  • 4-Position Fluorescence Cell Holder
  • Thermostatted 4-Position Fluorescence Cell Holder

Auto Sipper Accessory

  • For simplifying the repeating
  • Suitable flow cell
  • Full software control (2 ~ 160 rpm)

Rapid Mixing Accessory (Stopped Flow)

  • Two reactant solutions are rapidly mixed by being forced into a mixing chamber, and then through an observation cell
  • For monitoring fast kinetics reactions in solution by stopped-flow technique
  • Dead time : 8 ms
  • Optical Pathlength : 2 mm and 10 mm
  • Vol./Shot/ Reagent : 20㎕
  • Ratio mixing : up to 10:1 by using different sized syringes

FL Solid Sampling Accessory

  • Used for measuring the fluorescence of various shape / size of Powder, Film, Paper, Plastic, High concentration solution sample (Max thickness : 170 mm, Max diameter : 400 mm)
  • Precision Cell is used for powder sample

Variable Angle Solid Sample Holder (NEW)

  • Used for measuring the fluorescence of various shape / size of Powder, Film, Paper, Plastic sample
  • Easy to find suitable sampling point
  • Rotating 360 degrees
  • Measurement Angle range : 30° ~ 70°
  • Accommodates samples up to 125mm thick

Peltier Powder Sampling Accessory

  • Designed for temperature controlled fluorescence measurement for powders
  • Control Range : Amb. to 100℃
  • Temperature Probe Accuracy : ± 2℃
  • Display Range : 0.1℃
  • Required Power volume : 0.88 ㎣

Fiber Optic Probe Accessory

  • Used for liquid, solid and powder measurement
  • Wavelength Range : 300 ~ 1100 nm
    • UV/VIS: 300 ~ 900 nm
    • VIS: 400 ~ 900 nm
  • Long immersing probe length (up to 70 mm)
  • Remote control for measurement

Polarizer Accessories

  • Glan-Thompson cubic type polarizer:
    • UV-Vis: 250 ~ 2300 nm
  • Film type polarizer
    • For UV: 320 ~ 400 nm
    • For Visible: 400 ~ 700 nm

Fast Filter Accessory

  • Maximum 4 sets of Filters Available
  • Minimum Interval Time for Ratio Mode : 150 ms
  • Minimum Interval Time for Time-based Polarization Mode: 4 s

Integration Sphere:

  • 100mm in diameter
  • Emission wavelength range: 200-800 nm
  • Suitable Samples: Powder, Liquid

Automated Cryostat Accessory from Unisoku: Settable temperature range is from -80 °C (-180°C Conditional) to 100 °C

  • Flow control of liquid nitrogen by an automatic valve
  • Accuracy : ± 1 °C or set up temperature ± 0.5 %, whichever larger
  • Consist of : CoolSpeK main body, Temperature Controller, Liquid Nitrogen Reservoir (2 Liters), Cuvette cell

 

With the high sensitivity, high resolution, easy to use hardware and software design, FS-2’s exceptional performance guarantee it will meet the demands for both research and routine lab analysis, for a wide range of applications.

Material Sciences

The FS-2 has been for years the No. 1 choice for Korean researchers who apply Photoluminescence in Materials Science, despite the abundance of inexpensive offerings          from their competitors. Besides the outstanding features, FS-2 is an outstanding instrument for Materials Science application:

  • Employs the best methodology for absolute PLQY determination with integrating sphere using the De Mello’s method. The integrating sphere is designed for in-beam and out-of-beam measurements which ensure accurate PLQY results. Most PL instruments do not account for secondary absorption and emission which renders their PLQY results inaccurate
  • Solid / power sample holders:  to accommodate powder, granualar or solid samples from thin films to several cm thick. Variable angle (0-360°) solid sample holder for solids as well as for front-face illumination of liquid samples
  • Phosphorescence lifetime capability: from 20 microseconds (no extra accessory required)  – ideal for lanthanide-based materials and phosphors
  • 3D graphics software for simultaneous excitation and emission spectra (EEM) and contour mapping – an indispensable tool in characterization of luminescent materials, especially doped lanthanides nanoparticles.
  • Preprogrammed system validation protocols make it an ideal choice for QC of photoluminescent devices

    FS-2 has been widely used in:

  • Analysis of fluorescence character of organic, inorganic fluorescent material
  • Develop versatile materials using quantum dot
  • Study of the excitation and emission spectrum of OLED and high intensity fluorescence for inorganic plasma display panel and vacuum fluorescence display
  • Photoluminescence Spectrometer for Materials Science from SCINCO

 Life sciences:

  • Basic biological reaction research
  • Amino Acid sequence analysis
  • Investigation on interaction about in vivo protein, DNA, RNA using FRET and BRET
  • Study on in vivo protein, nucleic acid structure and concentration
  • Enzyme Activity assay
  • Intracellular Ion concentration

Pharmaceutical

  • Analysis on the structural information of chromosome
  • In vivo mechanism and concentration distribution trace of antibiotic
  • Morphological research of the virus

Analytical chemistry

  • Identification and detection of fluorescence materials
  • Characteristic verification in the excited state
  • Analysis of chemical reaction
  • Measurement of quantum yield and phosphorescence lifetime

Environment Sciences

  • Quantification of fluorescence whitening agent
  • High-sensitive detection and distinction of organic and inorganic toxic materials in the air, water, soil, etc
  • Distribution analysis of organic compounds in the water

Other

  • Check food quality and nutrient conditions in the agriculture and food industries
  • Qualify the spreading condition of paint, polymer, fluorescence brightening agents, etc.
  • Characterize the crude oil.
  • Et al.
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  • Choi, H.-J., Seok, S.-H., Kim, Y.-J., Seo, M.-D. and Kim, Y.-S. (2015) Crystal structures of immunoglobulin Fc heterodimers reveal the molecular basis for heterodimer formation. Molecular Immunology, 65, 377-383.
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