TRI-CARB 4910TR 110 V Liquid Scintillation Counter
With a wide variety of flexible options, the Tri-Carb liquid scintillation counter is optimal for everything from basic research to advanced, low-level environmental analysis. Not only are these detectors capable of meeting or exceeding the requirements of your most demanding applications, but they’re also backed by our experience and innovation in liquid scintillation analysis for more than 60 years.
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21 CFR Part 11 Compatibility optionally available. Please consult your radiometric detection specialist.
The Tri-Carb 4910TR liquid scintillation counter provides high performance and flexibility for multi-application and multi-user laboratories detecting radioactivity in life science research, environmental monitoring and/or health physics assays. Optional Packages are available for High Sensitivity Counting of low activity samples and Alpha Beta Separation for unknown or mixed samples.
TR-LSC (Time-resolved Liquid Scintillation Counting) for high sensitivity, low background liquid scintillation counting
QuantaSmart™ Software a robust multitasking, easy networking environment with unlimited assays in a secure multiuser environment
SpectraWorks 2 spectral analysis package that determines optimal counting regions, and calculates figure of merit automatically
Replay reanalyzes sample counts without recounting samples
Dynamic color correction ensures accuracy of tracking lower energy sample spectra over a wide quench range
Auxiliary Spectrum Memory stores rejected events for future analysis
Bi-directional sample conveyer with a capacity of up to 408 (20mL vials) or 720 (4 or 7 mL vials)
Varisette™ sample cassette for intermixing vial sizes without special adapters
Operational-status LED indicator for clear assay status updates at a glance
Luminescence Detection Reporting percent luminescence is flagged on printout to alert user of possible sample problems
Direct DPM determines single-label DPM in any cocktail without the use of quench standards
30 Quick Count protocol flags with the flexibility to define unlimited assays
Fold-away ergonomic arm adaptable to enter data either sitting or standing
Built in Computer with Windows 10 Operating System
Dimensions H/W/D 18.5 /40.5/32 in (47/103/81 cm)
Dimensions with temperature control H/W/D 18.5 /40.5/32 in (47/103/81 cm)
Weight 477 lb (217 kg)
Weight with temperature control 523 lb (238 kg)
Luminescence Correction removes sample counts induced by luminescence in the sample
High Sensitivity Counting lowers background levels for improved instrument sensitivity
Enhanced IPA (Instrument Performance Assessment) monitors and reports eight key counting performance metrics for quality assurance and warns of significant changes
Alpha Beta Separation via PSA Histogram and Dual PSA Discriminators improves accuracy for mixed and unknown samples containing isotopes with overlapping energies
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