Thanks to its modular design, the DSC 3+ as part of the METTLER TOLEDO Thermal Analysis Excellence Line is the best choice for manual or automatic operation, from quality assurance and production through to research and development. The DSC utilizes and innovative DSC sensor with 120 thermocouples which guarantees unbeatable sensitivity and outstanding resolution.
|Temperature range||-150 to 700 °C|
|Sensor||FRS 6+ with 56 thermocouples or HSS 9+ with 120 thermocouples|
|Heating rate||0.02 to 300 K/min|
|TAWN resolution (FRS /HSS)||0.12/0.2|
|TAWN sensitivity (FRS /HSS)||11.9/56|
|Indium response ratio (FRS sensor)||>155/85 mW/°C|
|Amazing sensitivity – for the measurement of weak effects|
|Outstanding resolution – allows measurement of rapid changes and close-lying effects|
|Robust endurance-tested sample robot – operates efficiently and reliably around the clock|
|Small and large sample volumes – for microgram or inhomogeneous samples|
|Modular concept – tailor-made solutions for current and future needs|
|Flexible calibration and adjustment – guarantees accurate results under all conditions|
|Wide temperature range – from –150 to 700 °C in one measurement|
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