New UV-visible spectrophotometer released by Hitachi High Technologies America, Inc.

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The Life Sciences Division of Hitachi High Technologies America, Inc. released its newest UV-visible spectrophotometer, Model UH5300.

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The UH5300 double-beam spectrophotometer with 1-nm spectral bandwidth is equipped with the latest IT technology and a market-leading 7-year factory warranty on the pulsed Xenon lamp.

System control is achieved via an iPad®, PC, or PC w/ optional LAN package. Standard equipment includes a 6-position automatic cell changer for added convenience and sample throughput.

The UH5300 incorporates built-in software for standard %T, absorbance, and concentration measurements as well as for DNA and protein analyses. A wide range of accessories are available making the UH5300 a cost-effective solution for routine testing to education, water analyses, and biotechnology research.

*iPad is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.

About Hitachi High Technologies America (HTA), Life Sciences

Hitachi High Technologies America (HTA), headquartered in Schaumburg, Illinois, is a North American Division of Hitachi High Technologies, Tokyo, Japan. Hitachi has sold and supported its instruments in the U.S. market for over 40 years.

HTA comprises many divisions, including the Life Sciences Division, formerly Hitachi Instruments, Inc. headquartered in Pleasanton, California. HTA Life Science Division markets and services a wide range of analytical and clinical innovative instrumentation to meet the needs in life sciences, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals and chemical industries. HTA activities include engineering, support, customer service, product development, applications, training, sales, and marketing.

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