The Cary 60 UV-Vis Spectrophotometer
Cary 60 UV-Vis Spectrophotometer
The xenon source lamp has a 10 year replacement warranty (for Cary 60 instruments purchased from Agilent or participating partners), requires zero warmup, and causes no photodegradation of samples. Fast reactions can be recorded with 80 data points per second. The Cary 60 is well-suited as a routine UV-Vis spectrophotometer or for use in teaching labs. Optional 21 CFR Part 11 software tools are available.
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- Reduce time-consuming and expensive lamp replacements, and minimize instrument revalidation costs with the unique Agilent xenon source lamp.
- Safely measure life-science samples without sample photodegradation and be sure that you get the correct answer every time with the Cary 60 UV-Vis spectrophotometer.
- Get reliable UV-Vis spectrophotometer performance with fiberoptic measurement probes. Why use cuvettes when you can bring the UV-Vis instrument to the sample and get accurate results in a fraction of the time?
- Measure small volumes and precious samples accurately and reproducibly with a highly focused beam image.
- Scan the entire wavelength range (190 to 1100 nm) in under three seconds and collect data from single or multiple wavelengths at 80 data points per second.
- Take advantage of the Cary 60 UV-Vis spectrophotometers comprehensive range of accessories to accurately characterize the widest variety of liquid and solid samples.
- Tailor the Cary WinUV software to suit your analytical requirements. From classroom to research laboratories through R&D and regulated QA/QC environments, simplify your UV-Vis spectroscopy measurements and get more done in less time.
- Choose sustainability: The Cary 60 UV-Vis received My Green Labs ACT (Accountability, Consistency, Transparency) label after independent audit for its environmental impact throughout the product lifecycle.
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Cary 60 UV-Vis Spectrophotometer Brochure
With remote sampling options, proven performance and low cost of ownership, you can be sure that the Agilent Cary 60 UV-Vis will give you answers you can trust
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Measuring the Purity of Low Volumes of DNA at 4 °C Using the Agilent Cary 60 UV-Vis Spectrophotometer with Fiber Optics Microprobe
Application note for measuring the purity of low volumes of DNA at 4 °C using the Agilent Cary 60 UV-Vis spectrophotometer
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Characterization of mAb Aggregation
Comparison of HPLC method and a quick method developed using the Cary 60 UV-Vis
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- Application Notes
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FAQ: Cary Win UV cool tricks on Graphics Windows
On most applications, there are some things we can do to make the graphics window look different and sometimes easier to read. This information relates to the use of the SCAN Application, but can also apply to other applications.
FAQ: How to Run Cary UV/Vis Instrument Performance Tests
When necessary, the operator of a Cary UV/Visible instrument can perform tests to access the performance of the instrument and software. The following steps outline execution of these performance tests.
Why Do We Perform a Zero and Baseline in Scan?
The purpose for zeroing is to balance both the reference beam and the sample beam. By adjusting to zero, the instrument readings reflect the absence of sample.
FAQ: How do I Interpret the % Lamp Life for the Cary 60?
The Cary 60 UV-Vis spectrophotometer “Align Application” function provides a “% Lamp Life” - Learn how to use this function.
UV-Vis Spectroscopy & Spectrophotometer FAQs
An introduction to the basics of UV-Vis spectroscopy and UV-Vis spectrophotometers, with FAQs on the fundamentals of UV-Vis, how UV-Vis spectrophotometers work, UV-Vis analysis, applications, accessories, and measurement techniques.
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Read reviews on the Cary 60 UV-Vis Spectrophotometer
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UV-Vis Spectroscopy Learning Tools
Get your Basics of UV-Vis Spectrophotometry handbook, and a pack of four undergraduate teaching lab experiments.
UV-Vis Spectrophotometer Applications Overview
A guide to modern UV-Vis spectrophotometer uses, measurement techniques, and their applications.
UV-Vis & UV-Vis-NIR Instrument Selection Guide
Find out which Agilent UV-Vis or UV-Vis-NIR spectrophotometer is best for your needs.
Molecular Spectroscopy Pharma & Biopharma Solutions Guide
Learn about products & applications in pharma & biopharma using UV-Vis, FTIR, fluorescence, SORS & TRS technology.
Multicell UV-Vis Spectrometer Applications
Discover unique multicell UV-Vis experiment capabilities—for routine analysis and challenging measurements.
Analytical Facility Manager, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada
Hear Shawn discuss his experiences using the Cary 60 UV-Vis in a multi-user central analytical facility.View More
Desiree B. Gunning
Roy J. Carver Dept. Biochemistry, Biophysics, and Molecular Biology , Iowa State University
The biochemistry teaching laboratories at Iowa State University have relied on the outstanding performance and reliability of the Cary 60 scanning spectrophotometers. Since 2000, our twelve Cary spectrophotometers have continued to be the workhorse in our teaching laboratories. A major concern for a teaching laboratory is the reliability of instrumentation, and the continued support and service provided long after purchase. After many years of heavy use in a teaching setting, all our Cary 60 instruments have proven to be of very high-quality with outstanding durability. We design our biochemistry curriculum to prepare students for research-based career paths that demand technologically curreView More
Advances in FTIR and UV-Vis: No Need for Cells in Liquid Sample Analysis
This webcast will highlight the benefit of advanced sampling technologies in achieving fast, easy, and reliable measurements of liquid samples in comparison with the traditional liquid cells used for FTIR and UV-Vis measurements.
Molecular Spectroscopy Webinar Curriculum
Molecular Spectroscopy Webinar Curriculum includes UV-Vis, UV-Vis-NIR, fluorescence, handheld and benchtop FTIR, and Raman systems for high performance and flexibility
Spectroscopy Digital Workshops & Bootcamps
Hone your lab skills, outside the lab, with our live, interactive series of virtual workshops and software bootcamps! Learn about the latest in software solutions for Spectroscopy, discuss the entire analytical process from method development to data analysis, and participate in live analytical runs with our experts. We hope these will prepare you for future hands-on events in the future.
TrayCell 2.0 Ultra-Microvolume Cell Available for UV-Vis Analysis of Proteins and Nucleic Acids
Cary 60/Cary 3500 UV-Vis spectrophotometers with the TrayCell 2.0 Ultra-Microvolume Cell provide a convenient and easy-to-use platform for the analysis of ultra‑microvolume samples of DNA, RNA, and proteins without dilution. In a recently published application note, the photometric performance of the Cary 60 UV-Vis spectrophotometer with the TrayCell 2.0 was demonstrated using Bovine Serum Albumin (BSA) and herring sperm DNA samples.
- 01 Jan 2023
Agilent Cary 60 UV-Vis Spectrophotometer Receives My Green Lab’s ACT Certification Label
The Agilent Cary 60 UV-Vis system has been certified with the ACT label in the EU, UK, and US. This clear, third-party verified information about the system’s environmental impact makes it easy for laboratories to choose products that help them achieve their sustainability goals.
- 14 Nov 2022
Cary 630 FTIR Spectrometer Advances Research of Plastics in the Environment
The Agilent Cary 630 FTIR spectrometer provides reliable, high-quality data, and cost-effective analyses when identifying the types of plastics in different sample matrices. A recently published white paper reviews how research-groups located around the world have used the Cary 630 FTIR for the analysis of plastics in environmental samples.
- 24 Jan 2023