HPLC Autosampler – Insight
Superior sensitivity and easy sample analysis
Complete Features of HPLC Autosampler:
- The refrigerated sample compartment is enclosed. This virtually eliminates condensation problems.
- Picks up 10 µl out of 12 µl or less with ease.
- Integration with Powerchrome. Our standard data acquisition software. Also compatible with other software.
- 2 x 96 well plates capacity for maximum sample analysis. Low profile or deep well plates, in addition to a variety of vial sizes.
- Robust design ensures maintenance-free operation for a long time.
- Pre-column derivatization techniques.
- Consistency. Always get the maximum sensitivity from our HPLC systems
- Dramatically increase productivity. Focus on more important work while you collect HPLC data.
- Overnight data acquisition.Faster data turn-around; collect data while you sleep.
96 Well Plates, Advanced Refrigeration, PC Operation and More
The INSIGHT autosampler is fully programmable from Eicom’s standard data acquisition software, Powerchrom, and also works with EZ Chrom and Clarity. Complicated tasks can be easily programmed from a PC using methods supplied by Eicom (only with Powerchrom).
The 96 well plate format means less time and labor moving samples between equipment. There is no need to label all the vials separately and no chance of mixing up the sample order. Insight also carries 300 µl-vials, commonly used for microdialysis.
For Microdialysis Users
The sample volumes are always limited, and the concentration of target compounds is often low. We frequently encounter researchers who avoid using autosamplers for fear of losing some of the sample and then not being able to detect their target compounds. Well, fear no more, Eicom’s INSIGHT autosampler allows the injection of 10 µl out of 12, or even 11 µl, samples. Eicom HPLC-ECD systems offer superior sensitivity. Now you can add the INSIGHT autosampler and be assured that you are not going to sacrifice one bit of that impressive sensitivity.
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