NanoDrop 3300 fluorescence spectrophotometer

LED based microvolume fluorospectrometer

Quantify micro-litre volume fluorescence samples in seconds using the Thermo Scientific NanoDrop 3300 Fluorospectrometer

Microvolume Fluorescence
Quantify as little as 1 ul of your fluorescence samples. Analyse valuable samples which would not be possible with traditional fluorescence systems

Direct Measurement
Patented NanoDrop sample retention technology removes the need for special consumables and complicated cleaning protocols

LED Technology
No warm-up time, waiting or special shut-down procedures. Long lasting LEDs make lamp changes a thing of the past. Low power consumption

Assay Flexibility
Three LED light sources, emission scanning and virtual filtering allow you to quantify a wide range of fluorophores. Carry out broad spectrum analysis, study multiple fluorophores in the same sample and carry out FRET assays

Intuitive Software
PC controlled with familiar NanoDrop software design. Pre-set modules for popular assays and fluorophores

Eliminate The Guesswork
Fluorescence profiler suggests optimal settings from a droplet of sample. Obtain accurate fluorescence data without the need for extensive training or prior knowledge


Instrument Control – PC control

Minimum Sample Volume – 1 µL

Light Source – 3 LEDs UV – 365 nm Blue- 470 nm White – 460-650 nm

Detector – 2048 element linear CCD array

Measurement Time – less than 10 seconds

Dimensions (W × D × H) – 15 × 20 × 12 cm

Weight – 3 kg

Connectivity – 1x USB port for PC connection (provides power)

PC Software Requirements – Windows® 10 Pro 64 bit

  • Direct Measurement
  • Easy to clean
  • Microvolume Quantification
  • Save precious samples
  • LED technology
  • Low maintenance
  • Emission Scanning
  • Assay flexibility
  • Pre-set modules for a range of popular assays including
    • PicoGreen
    • Hoescht
    • Accublue
    • Quant-iT
  • Sensitive and specific quantification down to pg/ul levels
  • Intuitive software generates the standard curve and calculates sample concentrations
  • Application notes provide clear guidance
  • Quant-iT or Fluorescamine protein assays for quantification of low concentration protein samples
  • Fluorescent protein quantification e.g GFP
  • Microvolume FRET analysis
  • Nanoparticles, quantum Dots and Molecular Beacon quantification
  • FITC Inulin study for glomerular filtration rates
  • USB connection to PC for control and power
  • Licence-free PC software
  • Intuitive pipette, measure and wipe workflow
  • Choice of relative (RFUs) or absolute (requires standard curve) quantification modes