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Sedex 100 – the Most Sensitive ELSD Detector on the Market

The Evaporative Light Scattering Detector with SAGA – by ERC

ELSD Sedex 100

High dynamic range

With SAGA - without SAGA

With Drivers for HPLC, UHPLC and SFC

On the one hand the outstanding sensitivity and the high dynamic range of these light scattering detectors are based on the innovative SAGA (Sedex Automated Gain Adjustment) technology. During analysis, the sensitivity of the detector is automatically adjusted via a driver.

On the other hand, by evaporating the mobile phase at low temperatures (low temperature technology) this ELSD achieves extremely high sensitivity, when compared to other aerosol-based detectors.
The light source used is a blue high-performance laser, which improves the sensitivity even further. Chromophores, electro-active or fluorescing groups are not necessary for detection purposes.

You can choose the optimal nebuliser for flow rates ranging from a few µl to several ml/min. Complete SOP protocols for GLP conformity and validation requirements are existent. The ELSD Sedex 100 can be fully integrated into all HPLC- or SFC-systems.

Drivers for most commonly software are available.

For the Detection of e. g.:

  • Carbohydrates and similar compounds                   
  • Detergents, ionic and non-ionics                               
  • Artificial sweeteners                                               
  • Antioxidants                                                          
  • Amino acids                                                           
  • Lipids
  • Peptides
  • Polymeres
  • Pestizides
  • Proteines
  • Steroides             

Another speciality in our ELSD family is the ELSD Sedex LC for preparative applications.

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We are happy to answer your questions by phone at +49 (0)89 / 217 670 34


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