Fluorescence Spectrometer

Fluorescence Spectroscopy is a type of Electromagnetic Spectroscopy  which analyzes fluorescence  from a sample.  It involves using a beam of light, usually ultraviolet light , that excites the electrons in molecules  of certain compounds and causes them to emit light of a lower energy, typically, but not necessarily, visible light .  A complementary technique is Absorption Spectroscopy .


  • High-Resolution monochromators deliver a Narrow, 0.5nm Spectral Bandwidth for high resolution measurements
  • Variable Spectral Bandwidth offers the resolution you need for the compound you are analyzing
  • 150 W Xenon Lamp provides extremely Stable Illumination throughout the full wavelength range
  • Customizable Filters ensure the Highest Spectral Purity by blocking excitation and scattered light
  • Sensitive Detector provides extended measurement range for the analysis of near-IR dyes, chlorophyll, or phthalocyanine compounds
  • Fast Scanning Drive acquires data at speeds up to 6,000nm/min
  • Horizontal Beam Geometry provides Optimum Excitation to deliver the most fluorescence signal
  • Large Sample Compartment easily accommodates accessories for temperature control, multi-cell holders, rapid mixing, solid sampling and polarization accessories

About PNF

Pooya Negar Fanavar Company “PNF” established in Tehran on the subject of Purchase, Sales and After Sales Services of Analytical Instruments, Ambient Air Pollution Monitoring Systems, Water Monitoring Systems, Environmental Testing Equipment and Import of related products... more