The Autopol VII has built-in NIST Traceable Quartz plates to automatically perform a 3 rotation validation on the Autopol VII. To validate the instrument simply press a button to begin the validation routine. Using the on-board quartz plate standards the instrument will perform and record the results of a full 3 point calibration at all wavelengths at the correct temperature.

The USP <781> requires optical rotation measurements at 25°C ±.5°C (Unless another temperature is specified) The European Pharmacopoeia requires optical rotation measurements made at 20°C ±.5°C (Unless another temperature is specified). Whatever your temperature control needs are, the Autopol VII's exclusive TempTrol System makes your measurement in a few minutes without a water bath or any type of water circulation.

Automated Filling, Cleaning, and Rinsing
The Autopol VII with integrated sample loading can be configured to automate a wide range of sample viscosities. Perfect for high throughput laboratories looking to increase productivity. By automating sample loading user time is saved. The method ensures samples are loaded properly and the correct cleaning and rinsing sequence is performed. The Autopol VII with integrated automated sample loading is ideal for busy Pharmaceutical laboratories where sample handling is discouraged.

Sample Viscosity

  • Samples up to 36,000 mPa-s (cP)
  • Sample Volume Requirements: 3.5ml typical, optional to 1.5ml

Rack Sample Capacity

  • 50 - 16 x 100mm Test tubes. 70 - 13 x 100 mm, or optionally dozens of sample vial configurations and capacities.

Cleaning Cycle

  • 1:45 minutes nominal, time varies by application
  • Full measurement and cleaning cycle 2:30 minutes nominal, time varies by application

Optional Automation Features:

  • Racks customized to your bottles
  • Built in bar code / label reader with vial spinner
  • Handheld bar code / label reader
  • Automated empty vial recognition
  • Extra racks
  • Sample return feature, allows 95% of sample to be returned to sample vial
  • Custom programming

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