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 uses a robust and versatile DSC sensor with 56 thermocouples which guarantees simultaneous outstanding resolution and sensitivity.
|Temperature range||-150 to 700 °C|
|Sensor||FRS 5+ with 56 thermocouples or HSS 8+ 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 mW/°C|
|Rugged MultiSTARe sensor with 56 thermocouples – detects the smallest and|
largest thermal effects
|Robust endurance-tested sample robot – operates efficiently and reliably|
around the clock
|Start the experiment with just One Click™ – fast and easy routine operation|
|Simple FlexCal® calibration – saves time and results in precise and accurate|
|Modular concept protects your investment – fulfills your current and future needs|
|Wide temperature range – from –150 to 700 °C in one measurement|
|Intelligent ergonomic design – simplifies instrument operation|
|Comprehensive services – professional support for your daily work|
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