Spectrophotometer 7415 Nano Micro-volume / 747501

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The 7415 Nano micro-volume spectrophotometer measures small sample volumes as low as 0.5µl with a high degree of accuracy, reproducibility and speed. It has the ability to measure small sample volumes, conserves precious samples, reduces the need for dilutions and eliminates the requirement for cuvettes. Cleaning is quick and simple; wiping the read heads with a microfibre cloth removes all trace of the sample, allowing faster change over between samples and therefore increasing sample throughput.

The 7415 Nano micro-volume UV/Visible scanning spectrophotometer is fitted with a micro-volume accessory and is supplied with calibration standards and certificate, instruction manuals and universal power supply.


  • Ideal for DNA, RNA and Protein measurements
  • Only 0.5µl sample volume required
  • Easy and quick to clean
  • Detects DNA concentrations as low as 2ng/µl
  • Multiple USB connectivity for data storage and printer connectivity
  • 7″ Colour touchscreen display
  • 3 year warranty including Xenon lamp

Specification: Spectrophotometer 7415 Nano Micro-volume / 747501


7415 Nano

Wavelength Range

198 to 1000nm

Wavelength Accuracy

± 2nm

Spectral Bandwidth


Path Length

0.2 or 0.5mm (auto-ranging)

Absorbance Range

15 to 125A (10mm equivalent)

Absorbance Accuracy

± 2% at 260nm

Absorbance Precision

< 0.005A between 0 and 1A (at 260nm and 0.5mm)

Maximum Concentration

6,000 ng/µl (dsDNA) (at 0.2mm)

Detection Limit

2.0ng/µl (dsDNA) (at 0.5mm)

Measurement Time

< 6.5 seconds

Minimum sample Size

0.5µl (at 0.2mm),1.0µl (at 0.5mm)

Maximum sample size


DNA measurement modes

dsDNA, ssDNA, RNA, Oligonucleotides, 260/ 280, 260/ 230, Variable ratio

Protein measurement modes

Pierce 660, BCA, Bradford, Lowry, Biuret, Direct UV

Sample Pedestal Material

Quartz stainless steel

Light Source

Press to read Xenon lamp

Size (w x d x h), mm

280 x 500 x 156

Weight, kg


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