- Broad array of user-interchangeable ion sources (dual-filament EI, CI, or novel Cold EI)—Allows the system to be tailored to any type of sample for greater application flexibility
- Self-registering, auto-synchronizing “Smart” modules—Optimize instrument performance and simplify maintenance for enhanced uptime
- Space-saving design—A single, compact system with no special laboratory setup requirements
- Q0 (90-degree turn)—Minimizes transmission of neutral and metastable ions; enhances signal-to-noise ratios
- Q1 (mass filter with pre and post ion guides)—Allows for high ion transmission efficiencies and targeted selection of parent ions of interest
- Q2 (argon collision cell)—Provides a direct line-of-sight to the TOF analyzer and detector, decreasing chemical noise, improving signal-to-noise ratios and provides the ability to detect trace levels of analytes
PerkinElmer recognizes the importance of proper training to ensure that our customers benefit fully from the capabilities of our instruments.Our Training Academy offers many training options; such as web based training, classroom or customized courses, to help you get the most out of your time in the lab.
Topics range from theory to techniques relating to specific methodology, optimization, and familiarization with instrumentation and related software. Courses are offered at various locations throughout the Americas, as well as Seer Green, England and Turku, Finland.
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Services & Support
With more than 1,300 service engineers, PerkinElmer provides service and support for instruments worldwide. In addition, our OneSource multivendor service engineers offer instrument repair, maintenance and regulatory compliance services for instruments from virtually any manufacturer.