The Agilent G6460C Triple Quad Mass Spectrometer is a highly advanced and reliable system designed for demanding applications in the fields of pharmaceuticals, environmental analysis, and food analysis.
The Agilent G6460C Triple Quad Mass Spectrometer features exceptional sensitivity and specificity, providing accurate and reliable results even at low concentrations. Its advanced ion optics and collision cell technology enable efficient ion transmission and fragmentation, resulting in highly reproducible and precise data. With a scan speed of up to 12,500 Da/s and a mass range of up to 3,000 m/z, this instrument can handle complex samples with ease.
The user-friendly software interface of the Agilent G6460C Triple Quad Mass Spectrometer simplifies method development, data acquisition and analysis, and enables quick and easy creation of custom workflows. Moreover, this system offers unparalleled reliability, with minimal maintenance requirements and a long lifespan, making it a cost-effective investment for any laboratory.
MRM sensitivity Signal-to-Noise ratio: (S/N) ESI positive; S/N > 10,000:1 Noise 1 × RMS
MRM sensitivity Signal-to-Noise ratio: (S/N) ESI negative; S/N > 3,000:1 Noise 1 × RMS
Mass range m/z: 5 – 3,000
Polarity switching: 30 ms
Mass resolution (autotune) Full width at half maximum: 0.7 Da
Mass resolution (manual tune) Full width at half maximum: 0.5 Da
Mass accuracy: 0.1 Da from 5 – 1,000 m/z 0.01% from 1,000 – 2,000 m/z 0.02% from 2,000 – 3,000 m/z
Mass stability: < 0.1 Da in 24 h
Dynamic range: > 6.0 × 106
Scan modes: MS scan, MS/MS product ion scan, MRM, MS/MS neutral loss/gain scan and precursor ion scan, SIM
Maximum scan rate: 12,500 Da/s
Minimum MRM dwell time: 1 ms
MRM transitions: 450 per time segment > 13,500 ion transactions per method
Dynamic MRM transitions: 4,000 ion transitions per method
Triggered MRM transitions: Up to 10 MRM transitions (primary and secondary) for library search and compound confirmation
Collision cell ion clearance: < 1 ms
Time programming: Polarity change in time segment • Scan and SIM or MRM (plus other modes of data collection) • Dynamic and triggered MRM aligns MRMs with compound retention time • Solvent divert through calibrant delivery system valve
Wide range of ionization sources • Electrospray (ESI) • APCI source (Atmospheric Pressure Chemical Ionization) • Multimode source (simultaneous ESI and APCI) • APPI source (Atmospheric Pressure Photo Ionization)
Autotune: Automated optimization of ion optics and mass axis calibration in positive and negative ion modes using a proprietary tune solution
Solvent declustering: Countercurrent gas Detector High-energy conversion dynode and high-gain electron multiplier horn
Vacuum system: Two turbomolecular pumps with one mechanical pump