Scientific Equipment Source
4-555 Wentworth Street East
Oshawa, ON, L1H 3V8
Canada
Tel: 905-231-0930
Fax: 905-231-0944

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Hewlett Packard (Agilent) HP 3396 II integrator, Refurbished

 

Hewlett Packard 3396 Series II integrator is designed to work with HP equipment. It will also work with other instruments through the use of the analog signal.  Features A/D conversion of continuously integrating dual slope with 100% area conversion, input range is -10 mV to +1000mV. Read/write memory is 65,536K of static RAM, read-only memory is 192K total, electronic disk storage is 35,584 bytes with a maximum peak storage capacity of 1240 peaks. A full range of methods are available, including area%, height%, normalization and both external and internal standards. Includes up to 63 levels for multi-level calibrations with a choice of curve fits

Main features include:

  • Alpha Numeric keyboard
  • INET, RS-232
  • Analog communications
  • Dual-channel data acquisition and control with HP 5890 and HP 6890 Series GC
  • Uses ink cartridge to print to 8.5" paper. 128Kb Memory
  • Optional PCMIA cards available for memory expansion.
  • BASIC Programming
  • Offers 256 kb RAM
  • Reintegration/replot
  • Negative peak integration
  • Permanent ink printing and plotting
  • Compound and sample naming
  • Multiple-level calibration
  • Alphanumeric Keypad
  • 100 percent memory backup
  • Built-in sample chromatogram for training use
 

If you are a bargain hunter please give us a call, we always have instruments in stock, which have not been refurbished and can be sold as is in working condition.

Scientific Equipment Source provides service and training on site in most of central Ontario this includes neighboring cities Ajax, Whitby, Pickering, Oshawa, Toronto, Mississauga. We can also provide training and courses on site on chromatograph (GC), HPLC in the Durham region; this includes Pickering, Ajax, Whitby, Oshawa. For other customers we can be also flexible on arrangements. For the rest of customer any equipment for repair has to be sent back by a courier.