Brochure of the FlowStar² LB 514 Radio HPLC Detector
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The FlowStar² LB 514 is designed to be intuitive and easy to use, to get you up and running quickly. The intuitive touch screen interface makes it easy to get started and keep going. Results are displayed in both, a graphical chromatogram and a numerical format, so you can start interpreting your results in real time while the run is still in progress.
The FlowStar² frees you from configuring parameters manually, thanks to the use of: all measuring cells are equipped with a chip to automatically set the correct cell-specific system parameters. In addition, the software includes an extensive isotope library with predefined energy windows and cell usage options (14C, 3H, 32P, 33P, 35S, 128I, 111In, 99mTc…).
The FlowStar² LB 514 makes integration easy so that everything works together to ensure consistent and reliable results. The integrated A/D converter records signals from external instruments (e.g. UV-detector) without requiring expensive additional hardware, while the USB port enables external control using RadioStar or other HPLC control software (e.g. Chromeleon™).
In addition, the dual analog output allows for the convenient integration into existing HPLC data systems.
The FlowStar² supports UHPLC and other LC technologies:
The FlowStar² LB 514 embodies our commitment to providing everything you need for safe and easy integration into your lab environment.
The FlowStar² is the ultimate platform for high-sensitivity radio-HPLC flow detection. It uses random coincidence counting and luminescence subtraction for ultimate performance. In addition, the integrated spectrum scanning feature provides improved optimisation of detector setup for each isotope.
The RadioStar software combines the ability to run sophisticated measurements with a user-friendly operation and user interface. In addition, a Chromeleon™ driver is available. Chromeleon™ is known as a very versatile chromatograpy software package supporting many different hardware solutions. The driver is fully certified, digitally signed by Thermo Scientific™ and runs with versions 6.x and 7.x.
Choose from a wide range of availableto meet your application needs. These high sensitivity cells are equipped with a SmartChip to automatically set the correct cell-specific system parameters. The automatic shut-down feature of the system after removal of a cell from the detector provides additional safety.
The range of SmartCells include:
State-of-the-art ultrasensitive dual 2“ PMT detection system with random coincidence counting andluminescence subtraction.
Graphical touch screen with 320 x 240 pixel resolution.
USB port (B-type)
RS-232 for pump control
Start-, Stop- and Ready signal (TTL).
2 analog inputs (24 bit resolution), variable voltage (bipolar, max 2.5 V).
Scintillator pump control (RS-232 and analog).
2 analog signal outputs 0-1 V (2,5 times oversampling) with 16-bit resolution.Waste valve and fraction collector control output (open collector output).
The following possibilities are available:
|Power Supply||90-264 V, 50/60 Hz|
|Dimensions (W x D x H)|
410 x 170 x 410 mm
Horizontal and vertical operation possible
|Humidity||10-90% (non condensing)|
Here you have a selection of recent papers using FlowStar detectors.
Faustine d’Orchymont and Jason P. Holland
Daniel F. Earley, Jose Esteban Flores, Amaury Guillou, and Jason P. Holland
Anthony Ku, Misaki Kondo, Zhongli Cai, Jalna Meens, Min Rong Li, Laurie Ailles, and Raymond M. Reilly
EJNMMI Radiopharm Chem
Lara Garcia-Varela, Khaled Attia, John Carlo Sembrano, Olivier Jacquet, Inês F. Antunes, Chantal Kwizera, Ton J. Visser, Rudi A. J. O. Dierckx, Philip H. Elsinga, and Gert Luurtsema
EJNMMI Radiopharm Chem
Daniel F. Earley, Amaury Guillou, Dion van der Born, Alex J. Poot, and Jason P. Holland
Jan Lennart von Hacht, Sarah Erdmann, Lars Niederstadt, Sonal Prasad, Asja Wagener, Samantha Exner, Nicola Beindorff, Winfried Brenner, Carsten Grötzinger
Livia Elena Chilug, Dana Niculae, Radu Anton Leonte, Alexandrina Nan, Rodica Turcu, Cosmin Mustaciosu, Radu Marian Serban, Vasile Lavric and Gina Manda
Armand D. Anoman, María Flores-Tornero, Ruben M. Benstein, Samira Blau, Sara Rosa-Téllez, Andrea Bräutigam, Alisdair R. Fernie, Jesús Muñoz-Bertomeu, Sören Schilasky, Andreas J. Meyer, Stanislav Kopriva, Juan Segura, Stephan Krueger and Roc Rosa
Elly L. van der Veen, Inês F. Antunes, Petra Maarsingh, Janet Hessels-Scheper, Rolf Zijlma, Hendrikus H. Boersma, Annelies Jorritsma-Smit, Geke A. P. Hospers, Elisabeth G. E. de Vries, Marjolijn N. Lub-de Hooge and Erik F. J. de Vries
EJNMMI Radiopharmacy and Chemistry
You can find additional publications which have used FlowStar detectors in publication databases.
Please keep in mind that the list provided is not exhaustive, but it offers valuable examples of experiments performed with our instruments and published in peer-reviewed journals.
To improve the mixing of the eluate with the liquid scintillator.
To split the eluate before mixing with scintillator, allowing part of the eluate to be diverted to a fraction collector.
Since only part of the eluate is radioactive waste, a waste valve can ensure that only the radioactive part is transferred to a special waste container.