The Nexera frees up bench space with a compact design two thirds the size of Shimadzu's previous model.
Energy-Saving Standby Mode
The Nexera uses over 80% less electricity when in standby mode, significantly reducing running costs and supporting an environmentally-friendly lab.
Easy-to-use Touch Panel
The touch panel screen and LabSolutions control screen display are uniform for easier operation.
Dual Injection Enables Simultaneous Analysis
Injection ports for two separate flow paths can be installed, allowing two different types of analysis (such as analysis of amino acids, organic acids or vitamins) to be performed using one system.
The Nexera boasts ultra-low carryover, even on a high-sensitivity LC/MS/MS. This reduces time spent on rinsing, resulting in a shorter overall analysis time.
Add Samples Mid-Analysis
The autosampler allows the insertion of additional vials and MTPs even during analysis. The sample rack structure controls air flow inside the autosampler to maintain the internal temperature and prevent condensation.
Air ﬂow within the unit shuts out external air
High-Sensitivity Impurity Analysis
The SPD-M40 detector achieves an extremely high level of sensitivity and linearity (up to 2.5 AU). This allows quantitation of very lowconcentration impurities even in high-concentration samples. The UV cut-off filter installed in the detector prevents sample degradation due to UV light, helping to maintain good linearity at low concentrations.
Baseline fluctuations can affect peak area calculation, reducing the accuracy of quantitative results. The SPD-M40 photodiode array detector’s “Advanced TC-Optics” function adjusts the temperature of the flow cell, lamp, and optical system to lessen the impact of external temperature changes. Noise and drift have also been reduced by 40% compared to the previous model.