Sciex Triple Quad 4500
The 4500 system is a great fit for applications requiring round-the-clock quantitation, with the robustness to handle repeated injections of complex samples and reliability to minimize downtime. Redesigned from Sciex's standard triple quadrupole mass spectrometers, the 4500 Series introduces a new era of LC-MS/MS performance defined by fast, precise quantitation and ultra-fast scan speeds. The system is ideal for UHPLC, and with available QTRAP technology you get better data, and more of it, than you can achieve using basic multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) on an ordinary triple quad system.
Features and Benefits
The SCIEX 4500 Series covers your key performance criteria:
Quantitative and qualitative sensitivity to detect low concentration analytes in challenging matrices
Dynamic range to see low to high concentration levels
Scan speed to clearly resolve similar analytes
Ionization source flow range for liquid chromatography flexibility
Uniquely designed to occupy less of your valuable lab space
With the quantitative performance of a triple quad system and QTRAP's additional enhanced scan functionality, you are able to develop new methods and improve results for your existing workflows.
See more clearly beyond the matrix The integrated Linear Ion Trap (LIT) enables more accurate detection, quantification, and confirmation of your compounds “ without added laborious or time consuming sample prep.
More confidently identify your compounds QTRAP's enhanced product ion (EPI) functionality allows you to acquire a complete MS/MS spectrum to accompany your MRM quantitation for every compound detected in your samples. Cross reference this compound fingerprint' with an integrated library, and deliver ultimate confirmation and report your analysis without doubt.
More compounds and more samples The unique ability to capture MRM and enhanced product ion confirmation scans in one injection, without the need for long and inefficient chromatography, enables reliable screening for more compounds in each analysis, without compromising data quality. This all leads to better throughput, without investing more time and resources.