Agilent 5975C Series GC/MSD System Data Sheet
Agilent 5975C Series GC/MSD System
Data Sheet
Agilent 5975C Series GC/MSD System Data Sheet
The Agilent 5975C Series Gas Chromatograph/Mass Selective Detector System
with Triple-Axis HED-EM Detector offers
high performance and flexibility with many
options. The mass selective detector can
be combined with either a compact Agilent 6850 GC, or the full-featured Agilent
6890N GC, or the high-performance 7890A
GC. Liquid autosamplers range from an
injector tower to a CTC PAL system.
Mass Selective Detector
Mode (standard)
Modes (optional)
PCI, NCI, EI with CI source
Ion source type
Noncoated inert EI source for turbomolecular pump
systems (optional for diffusion pump system)
Mass filter
Monolithic hyperbolic quadrupole
Maximum mass
1050 u
Triple-Axis HED-EM with extended life EM
Scan rate (electronic)
Up to 12,500 u/s
Pumping system
65 L/s diffusion pump, 70 L/s or 262 L/s turbomolecular
pump with 2.5 m3/h mechanical pump
Stainless steel EI source for diffusion pump system
Gas Chromatograph (6850, 6890N, or 7890A GC)
For more specifications on GCs refer to the GC Data Sheet
Split/splitless (standard), others available
G2880A, 7683, CombiPAL, or G1888A (and more ...)
Oven temperature
Ambient +4 °C– 450 °C (6890/7890A) or +5 °C– 350 °C
Oven ramps/plateaus
6850 and 6890: 6/7; 7890A: 20/21. Negative ramps are
Electronic pneumatic
control (EPC)
Auto pressure regulation for split/splitless, septum purge
Carrier gas control modes
Constant pressure and flow modes; pressure and flow
Pneumatic splitter
Capillary Flow Technology devices for effluent splitting,
backflushing, and column switching
Data System
Transfer methods between 5975 and 5973 Series MSDs
Simultaneous MS and GC
Six signals for the 7890A GC systems and four signals
for the 6890A Series GC systems (up to two MS) detector data acquisitions
Automated SIM setup and high performance
synchronous SIM/scan operation
Application autotunes
One-click autotune for BFB, DFTPP
Spectral libraries (optional)
NIST, Wiley, Pfleger-Mauer Drug, Stan pesticide
Spectral DRS and RTL
databases (optional)
Pesticides and endocrine disrupters, volatiles, PCBs,
toxicology, FAMEs, flavors, organotin compounds,
hazardous chemicals, indoor air toxics, Japan Positive List, forensic toxicology and environment semivolatiles
21CFR11 Compliance
Optional software available
Installation Checkout Specifications
EI scan sensitivity
1-µL injection of a 1-pg/µL OFN standard scanning from
50 to 300 u will give a nominal m/z 272 ion
With Helium: S/N 400:1 for turbo systems, 200:1 for the
diffusion system
With Hydrogen: S/N 100:1 for turbo systems and 50:1 for
the diffusion system
PCI scan sensitivity
1-µL injection of a 100-pg/µL BZP standard scanning
from 80 to 230 u will give 125:1 S/N with Methane and
500:1 with Ammonia at nominal m/z 183 ion
NCI scan sensitivity
2-µL injection of a 100-fg/µL OFN standard scanning
from 50 to 300 u will give 600:1 S/N with Methane and
300:1 with Ammonia at nominal m/z 272 ion
Physical Requirements
(with Agilent 6890 and 7890A GCs)
Dimensions (GC/MSD)
88 cm (w) × 56 cm (d) × 50 cm (h)
Additional space should be added for the data system
and printer.
Weight (GC/MSD)
81 or 96 kg (depending on configuration)
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February 5, 2008
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