EVOQ™ Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer
EVOQ Elite™ and EVOQ Qube™ Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometers
The EVOQ triple quadrupole for liquid chromatography (LC-TQ) was designed for a singular purpose -- to reliably quantify thousands of real samples in the fastest sample-to-report time possible. It delivers exceptional sensitivity, precision, accuracy, linearity, and a wide dynamic range for your multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) assays. Innovations in software and atmospheric pressure ionization (API) technology make it a game changer for routine high-sensitivity, quantitative analysis.
Today we are pioneering the migration of technology from research to commercial laboratory. The EVOQ Elite and EVOQ Qube reflect this design philosophy and solve the hardware and software challenges faced by the quantitative analysis community.
The Advance™ UHPLC, HPLC, and OLE LC modules
By engineering the lowest possible system delay-volume, the Advance LC pump technology delivers superior ballistic gradient reproducibility at analytical flow rates. This design-for-purpose detail minimizes gradient delay and ensures highly precise retention times. The benefit is shorter run-to-run cycle times with the reproducibility required for quantitative LC-MS/MS analyses.
EVOQ Elite™ and EVOQ Qube™
The EVOQ triple quadrupole for liquid chromatography (LC-TQ) was designed for a singular purpose – to reliably quantify
thousands of real samples in the fastest sample-to-report time possible. It delivers exceptional sensitivity, precision, accuracy, linearity, and a wide dynamic range for your multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) assays.
- Easily obtain ultra-high sensitivity for small molecules and biomolecules as a result of the innovative interlaced quadrupole
(IQ) dual ion funnel.
- Confidently run matrix-rich samples on the robust orifice plate based API interface.
- Efficiently analyze thermally labile molecules at high flow rates with the novel vacuum insulated probe (VIP) heated electrospray
- Save time using exception-based data-review software, which makes it easier to highlight chromatograms that do not meet preset method criteria.
Accuracy & Precision
Accuracy is the measure of the closeness of the experimental value of he actual amount of the target analyte in matrix. It is a measure of systematic bias. Precision is how well the experimental values agree with each other and is a measure of random error. Together these parameters measure the total error of the assay, which in turn determines the limit quantitation (LOQ). Since the MRM technique spends nearly all the time measuring the target analyte, the result is an unbeatable LOQ in matrix; something you will routinely achieve on the EVOQ-TQ.