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NSG Precision Cells Introduces New Photometer Calibration Standards

In response to the need for NIST traceable and compatible ND filters, NSG Precision Cells provides photometer calibration standards that are both NIST traceable and NIST compatible. In addition, NSG offers unique products that surpass NIST-930e standards.


Photometer Calibration Standards Kit 1


With over five decades of expertise, NSG Precision Cells is a well-established manufacturer in the cuvette industry and known for creating calibration standards, and also for the design and production of efficient fire fused cuvettes, superior flow cells and microfluidic chips. The unique spectrophotometer calibration standard from NSG can enable calibration in visible (Vis) as well as ultraviolet (UV) range. The special FUV-0.5 calibration filter is effective for photometric accuracy and stray light with wavelength ranges from 200 to 700 nm. Furthermore, NSG offers custom made VIS, infrared (IR) and UV photometer calibration standards.

NSG Precision Cells manufactures highly-reliable quartz products. The significant features of NSG’s photometer calibration standards include precise calibration, easy to clean and user friendly without the need to be replaced, durable, scratch resilient and NIST compatible and traceable.

NSG's photometer standards are compatible with any spectrophotometer with a standard 12.5x12.5 mm cuvette holder. These standards surpass NIST-930e standards.

NSG has newly launched the wavelength calibration standards, which is suitable for UV wavelength range-based photometric precision and for wavelength calibration in Vis and UV wavelength ranges. The WAV-7 wavelength calibration standard includes trace-tables for 2 nm spectral bandwidths in addition to supporting other customized spectral bandwidths.

The WAV-7 offers consistent reflectance, thermal stability, simple maintenance and long-lasting, exceptionally diffuse, NIST compatible and NIST traceable, non-degradable filter, supports modification, and eliminates the need for recalibration and replacement.

Source: NSG Precision Cells


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