Agilent 1100 Diode Array Detector (DAD)



  • Agilent 1100 Diode Array Detector (DAD)
    • Standard Flow Cell
    • CAN Cable
  • In-House Warranty Coverage


  • Installation & Familiarization
  • Extended Warranty


Use the Agilent 1100 Diode Array Detector (DAD) to determine analyte purity in HPLC applications. Overcome the early limitations of UV absorption with the DAD’s ability to access quantitative and quantitative spectral information for a wide wavelength range. The 1100 series DAD offers high sensitivity UV detection, multiwavelength analysis and peak identification at trace level.

Agilent 1100 DAD Features:

  • Expanded Detection Range through deuterium and tungsten lamps.
  • 1024 diodes and a 1 nm slit for high spectral resolution
  • A programmable slit range of 1 to 16 nm

The Agilent 1100 Diode Array Detector comes fully tested and refurbished from GenTech Scientific LLC.




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Original Quality at Refurbished Prices! Our refurbished analytical instruments have been expertly restored to meet rigid industry standards. GenTech Scientific’s 60,000 square foot facility stocks an extensive multimillion-dollar inventory. Our knowledgeable sales and service team are committed to help you get the right instrument into your lab. Our commitment extends beyond the sale with our warranty and continued service options.

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How GenTech Refurbishes Used Lab Instruments

Every refurbished instrument we sell undergoes a complete electronics inspection and performance evaluation. The instruments undergo in-depth preventative maintenance procedures that include extensive cleaning, detector maintenance, line and pump flushing. Routine maintenance is also addressed and filters, liners, tubing, etc. are all replaced as needed. A full calibration and data verification is performed ensuring our refurbished laboratory instruments are in excellent working condition.

Our expert service engineers and chemists can install and custom-configure the system to be compliant with the methods you plan to run.