PicoQuant unveils its latest luminescence spectrometer that makes acquiring time-resolved data as simple as plugging it in and start measuring.
Picture of Prof. Zygmunt “Karol” Gryczynski and Christian Oelsner with the FluoTime 250
During its 16th course on the “Principles and Applications of Time-resolved Fluorescence Spectroscopy” held in Berlin from November 5-8, 2018, PicoQuant presented the FluoTime 250 to the 40 attendees and invited lecturers.
Lecturer Prof. Zygmunt “Karol” Gryczynski from the Texas Christian University (Texas, USA) was impressed with the device:
The new FluoTime 250 is the result of PicoQuant’s long-standing experience: It provides an easy way to perform time-resolved studies with a compact and robust system.”
The design of the FluoTime 250 provides access to the world of time-resolved luminescence spectroscopy in a compact, fully automated device.
Thanks to a series of comprehensive software wizards, even novice users can perform complex measurements such as fluorescence decays or time-resolved anisotropy studies in a very short time.
Advanced users get full access to all instrument capabilities via a point-and-click interface or integrated scripting language.
By adding an optional monochromator, the FluoTime 250 can also measure time-resolved emission spectra (TRES).