Institute of Nano Science and Technology

Institute of Nano Science and Technology
Institute of Nano Science and Technology
Habitat Centre, Sector 64, Phase X, Mohali -160062, Punjab, India
Ph: +91-172-2210073/75; Fax: +91-172-2211074; E-mail ID: [email protected]
NOTICE INVITING TENDER
INST invites tender from the reputed manufacturers or their authorized dealers
so as to reach this office on or before scheduled date and time for the instrument, as
per specifications given in the Annexure attached to the Tender form. All offers should
be made in English and should be written in both figures and words. Tender forms can
be downloaded from the website (www.inst.ac.in) of the Institute.
The bidders are requested to read the tender document carefully and ensure
compliance
with
all
specifications/instructions
herein.
Non-compliance
with
specifications/instructions in this document may disqualify the bidders from the
tender exercise. The Director reserves the right to select the item (in single or multiple
units) or to reject any or all quotation(s) without assigning any reason. Incomplete
tenders, amendments and additions to tender after opening or late tenders are liable to
be ignored and rejected.
S.No.
Ref. No.
Instrument
1.
INST/equip/2013-14/M-01
Fluorimeter
2.
INST/equip/2013-14/M02a
Microfluidics:
Optical
Microscope
Camera
3.
INST/equip/2013-14/M02b
INST/equip/2013-14/M02c
INST/equip/2013-14/M02d
INST/equip/2013-14/M-03
4.
INST/equip/2013-14/M-04
UV-VIS
5.
INST/equip/2013-14/M-05
FTIR
6.
INST/equip/2013-14/M-06
TG-DTA
7.
INST/equip/2013-14/M-07
DSC
8.
INST/equip/2013-14/M-08
9.
INST/equip/2013-14/M-09
Particle size
Analyser
Surface profiler
Tender
submission
18-11-13
1200 hrs
18-11-13
1200 hrs
Tender
opening
18-11-13
1500 hrs
18-11-13
1500 hrs
EMD
Rs 20,000/Rs 50,000/Rs 10,000/-
Plasma Cleaner
Rs 15,000/-
Syringe pump
Rs 15,000/-
UV-VIS-NIR
1
18-11-13
1200 hrs
18-11-13
1200 hrs
19-11-13
1200 hrs
19-11-13
1200 hrs
19-11-13
1200 hrs
19-11-13
1200 hrs
19-11-13
1200 hrs
18-11-13
1500 hrs
18-11-13
1500 hrs
19-11-13
1500 hrs
19-11-13
1500 hrs
19-11-13
1500 hrs
19-11-13
1500 hrs
19-11-13
1500 hrs
Rs 70,000/Rs 20,000/Rs 75,000/Rs 40,000/Rs 40,000/Rs 80,000/Rs 50,000/-
10.
INST/equip/2013-14/M-10
Electrochemical
workstation
Biosafety cabinet
11.
INST/equip/2013-14/M-11
12.
PCR
13.
I
NST/equip/2013-14/M-12
INST/equip/2013-14/M-13
14.
INST/equip/2013-14/M-14
Glove box
15.
INST/equip/2013-14/M-15
SEM
16.
INST/equip/2013-14/M-16
Confocal Raman
17.
INST/equip/2013-14/M-17
Digital DC
Source Meter
Gel doc
20-11-13
1200 hrs
20-11-13
1200 hrs
20-11-13
1200 hrs
20-11-13
1200 hrs
20-11-13
1200 hrs
21-11-13
1200 hrs
21-11-13
1200 hrs
21-11-13
1200 hrs
20-11-13
1500 hrs
20-11-13
1500 hrs
20-11-13
1500 hrs
20-11-13
1500 hrs
20-11-13
1500 hrs
21-11-13
1500 hrs
21-11-13
1500 hrs
21-11-13
1500 hrs
Rs 50,000/Rs 15,000/Rs 20,000/Rs 10,000/Rs 25,000/Rs
2,00,000/Rs
3,00,000/Rs 10,000/-
Note: The Institute shall not be responsible for any postal delay about non-receipt/non
delivery of the bids or due to wrong addressee.
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TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Important Conditions of the tender to be abide by the tenderer
1.
Due date: The tender has to be submitted before the due date. The offers
received after the due date and time will not be considered.
2.
Preparation Bids: The offer/bid should be submitted in two bid systems (i.e.)
Technical bid and Financial bid. The technical bid should consist of all technical details
along with commercial terms and conditions. Financial bid should indicate item wise
price for the items mentioned in the technical bid. The Technical bid and the financial
bid should be put in separate covers and sealed. Both the sealed covers should be put
into a bigger cover along with letter of EMD and to be sealed. The tender number and
details should be superscripted on the left side of the outer cover. The Quotations
should be valid for 120 days from the due date. The Quotations duly sealed and super
scribed on the envelope with the reference No. and due date, should be addressed to
“The Director, Institute of Nano Science and Technology, Habitat Centre, Sector
64, Phase –X, Mohali, 160062, Punjab, India” so as to reach on or before the due
date.
3. Delivery of the tender: The tender shall be sent to the addressee mentioned in the
para 2 above either by post or by courier so as to reach our office before the due
date specified in our Schedule. The offer/bid can also be dropped in the tender box
on or before the due date specified in the schedule. The tender box is kept in Foyer
area of INST. The institute will not take any responsibility for any postal delay.
4.
Opening of the tender: The offer/bid will be opened by a committee duly
constituted for this purpose. The technical bid will be opened first and it will be
examined by a technical committee which will decide the suitability as per our
specification and requirement. The financial offer/bid will be opened only for the
offer/bid which technically meets all our requirements as per the specification. The
bidders if interested may participate on the tender opening Date and Time. The bidder
should produce authorization letter from their company to participate in the tender
opening. Only one representative will be allowed to participate in the tender opening.
5.
Acceptance/Rejection of bids: The Director reserves the right to reject any or
all offers without assigning any reason.
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6.
Pre-qualification criteria: (i) Bidders should be the manufacturer/authorized
dealer. Letter of Authorization from original equipment manufacturer (OEM) on the
same and specific to the tender should be enclosed.
(ii) An undertaking from the OEM is required stating that they would facilitate the
bidder on a regular basis with technology/product updates and extend support for the
warranty as well.
(iii) OEM should be internationally reputed Branded Company.
(iv) Non-compliance of tender terms, non-submission of required documents, lack of
clarity of the specifications, contradiction between bidder specification and supporting
documents etc. may lead to rejection of the bid.
(v) Either the Indian agent on behalf of the Principal/OEM or Principal/OEM itself can
bid but both cannot bid simultaneously for the same item/product in the same tender.
If an agent submits bid on behalf of the Principal/OEM, the same agent shall not
submit a bid on behalf of another Principal/OEM in the same tender for the same
item/product.
7.
EMD: The tenderer should submit an EMD amount along with the tender by way
of Demand Draft/BG/Banker’s Pay Order drawn in favour of “Institute of Nano Science
and Technology, Mohali” and payable at Chandigarh/Mohali from any nationalized
bank valid for six months. The Technical Bid without EMD would be considered as
UNRESPONSIVE and will not be accepted. The EMD will be returned without any
interest to the unsuccessful bidders immediately after the award of contract.
8.
Refund of EMD: The EMD will be returned to unsuccessful Tenderer only after
the Tenders are finalized. In case of successful Tenderer, it will be retained till the
successful and complete installation of the equipment.
9.
Performance
Security:
The
supplier
shall
be
required
to
submit
the
performance security in the form of irrevocable bank guarantee issued by any Indian
Nationalized Bank for an amount of which is equal to the 10% of FOB value within 21
days from the date of receipt of the purchase order and should be kept valid for a
period of 60 days beyond the date of completion of warranty period.
10.
Force Majeure:
The Supplier shall not be liable for forfeiture of its performance
security, liquidated damages or termination for default, if and to the extent that, it’s
delay in performance or other failure to perform its obligations under the Contract is the
result of an event of Force Majeure.
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(i)
For purposes of this Clause, "Force Majeure" means an event beyond the control of
the Supplier and not involving the Supplier's fault or negligence and not foreseeable.
Such events may include, but are not limited to, acts of the Purchaser either in its
sovereign or contractual capacity, wars or revolutions, fires, floods, epidemics,
quarantine restrictions and freight embargoes.
(ii)
If a Force Majeure situation arises, the Supplier shall promptly notify the Purchaser
in writing of such conditions and the cause thereof. Unless otherwise directed by the
Purchaser in writing, the Supplier shall continue to perform its obligations under
the Contract as far as is reasonably practical, and shall seek all reasonable
alternative means for performance not prevented by the Force Majeure event.
11.
Risk Purchase Clause: In event of failure of supply of the item/equipment
within the stipulated delivery schedule, the purchaser has all the right to purchase the
item/equipment from the other source on the total risk of the supplier under risk
purchase clause.
12.
Packing Instructions: Each package will be marked on three sides with proper
paint/indelible ink, the following:
(i)
Item Nomenclature
(ii)
Order/Contract No.
(iii) Country of Origin of Goods
(iv) Supplier’s Name and Address
(v)
Consignee details
(vi) Packing list reference number
13. Delivery and Documents: Delivery of the goods should be made within a maximum of
08 to 12 weeks from the date of placement of purchase order and the opening of LC.
Within 24 hours of shipment, the supplier shall notify the purchaser and the insurance
company by cable/telex/fax/email the full details of the shipment including contract
number, railway
receipt number/ AAP etc. and date, description of goods, quantity,
name of the consignee, invoice etc. The supplier shall mail the following documents to the
purchaser with a copy to the insurance company:
(i) 4 Copies of the Supplier invoice showing contract number, goods' description,
quantity
(ii) unit price, total amount;
(iii) Acknowledgment of receipt of goods from the consignee(s) by the transporter;
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Insurance Certificate if applicable;
Manufacturer's/Supplier's warranty certificate;
Inspection Certificate issued by the nominated inspection agency, if any, and
the
(vii) Supplier’s factory inspection report; and
(viii) Certificate of Origin.
(ix) Two copies of the packing list identifying the contents of each package.
(x) The above documents should be received by the Purchaser before arrival of the
(iv)
(v)
(vi)
Goods (except where the Goods have been delivered directly to the Consignee with
all documents) and, if not received, the Supplier will be responsible for any
consequent expenses
14.
Delayed delivery: If the delivery is not made within the due date for any reason,
the Director will have the right to impose penalty @1% per week and the maximum
deduction would be 10% of the contract value / price.
15.
Prices: The price should be quoted in net per unit (after breakup) and must
include all packing and delivery charges. The offer/bid should be exclusive of taxes
and duties, which will be paid by the purchaser as applicable. However the
percentage of taxes & duties shall be clearly indicated.
The price should be quoted without custom duty and excise duty, since INST is
exempted from payment of Excise Duty and is eligible for concessional rate of custom
duty. Necessary certificate will be issued on demand.
In case of import supply the price should be quoted on FOB Basis. Also please
indicate CIF charges separately upto New Delhi indicating the mode of shipment. INST
will make necessary arrangements for the clearance of imported goods at the
Airport/Seaport. Hence the price should not include the above charges.
16. Notices: For the purpose of all notices, the following shall be the address of the
Purchaser and Supplier. Any notice given by one party to the other pursuant to this
contract/order shall be sent to the other party in writing or by cable/telex/FAX/email
and confirmed in writing to the other party’s address. A notice shall be effective when
delivered or on the notice’s effective date, whichever is later.
Purchaser:
The Director,
Institute of Nano Science and Technology,
Habitat Centre, Sector – 64, Phase X, Mohali -160062, Punjab, India
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Supplier:
(To be filled in by the supplier)
............................................................................
............................................................................
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17. Resolution of Disputes: The dispute resolution mechanism to be applied pursuant
shall be as follows:
(i)
In case of Dispute or difference arising between the Purchaser and a domestic
supplier relating to any matter arising out of or connected with this agreement, such
disputes or difference shall be settled in accordance with the Indian Arbitration &
Conciliation Act, 1996, the rules there under and any statutory modifications or reenactments thereof shall apply to the arbitration proceedings. The dispute shall be
referred to the Director, Institute of Nano Science and Technology (INST) Mohali and if
he is unable or unwilling to act, to some other person appointed by him willing to act
as such Arbitrator. The award of the arbitrator so appointed shall be final, conclusive
and binding on all parties to this order.
(ii)
In the case of a dispute between the purchaser and a Foreign Supplier, the dispute
shall be settled by arbitration in accordance with provision of sub-clause (a) above. But
if this is not acceptable to the supplier then the dispute shall be settled in accordance
with provisions of UNCITRAL (United Nations Commission on International Trade Law)
Arbitration Rules.
(iii) The venue of the arbitration shall be the place from where the order is issued.
18. Jurisdiction & Applicable Law: Any legal disputes arising out of any breach of
contract pertaining to this tender shall be settled in the court of competent
jurisdiction located within Mohali. The Contract shall be interpreted in accordance
with the laws of the Union of India and all disputes shall be subject to place of
jurisdiction i.e., Mohali (Punjab) INDIA.
19. Defective Equipment: If any of the equipment supplied by the Tenderer is found
to be substandard, refurbished, un-merchantable or not in accordance with the
description/specification or otherwise faulty, the Director will have the right to
reject the equipment or its part. The prices of such equipment shall be refunded by
the Tenderer with 18% interest if such payments for such equipment have already
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been made. All damaged or unapproved goods shall be returned at suppliers cost
and risk and the incidental expenses incurred thereon shall be recovered from the
supplier. Defective part in equipment, if found before installation and/or during
warranty period, shall be replaced within 45 days on receipt of the intimation from
this office at the cost and risk of supplier including all other charges. In extreme
cases, black-listing of firm can be done on the recommendations of the Director.
20. Right to Use Defective Goods: If after delivery, acceptance and installation and
within the guarantee and warranty period, the operation or use of the goods proves to
be unsatisfactory, the Purchaser shall have the right to continue to operate or use
such goods until rectifications of defects, errors or omissions by repair or by partial or
complete replacement is made without interfering with the Purchaser’s operation.
21. Supplier Integrity: The Supplier is responsible for and obliged to conduct all
contracted activities in accordance with the Contract using state of the art methods
and economic principles and exercising all means available to achieve the
performance specified in the contract.
22.
User list: Brochure detailing technical specifications and performance, list of
industrial and educational establishments where the items enquired have been
supplied must be provided.
23. Site Preparation: The supplier shall inform to the Institute about the site
preparation, if any, needed for the installation of equipment, immediately after the
receipt of the purchase order. The supplier must provide complete details regarding
space and all the other infrastructural requirements needed for the equipment,
which the Institute should arrange before the arrival of the equipment to ensure its
timely installation and smooth operation thereafter.
The supplier shall visit the Institute and see the site where the equipment is to be
installed and may offer his advice and render assistance to the Institute in the
preparation of the site and other pre-installation requirements.
24. Installation & Demonstration: The equipment or machinery has to be installed or
commissioned by the successful bidder within 30 days from the date of receipt of
the item at INST. In case of any mishappening/damage to equipment and supplies
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during the carriage of supplies from the origin of equipment to the installation site,
the supplier has to replace it with new equipment/supplies immediately at his own
risk. Supplier will settle his claim with the insurance company as per his
convenience. INST will not be liable to any type of losses in any form. The supplier is
also required to do the demonstration of the equipment within one month of the
arrival at the INST site of installation, otherwise the penalty clause will be the same
as per the supply of materials.
25. Training of Personnel: The supplier shall be required to undertake to provide the
technical training to the personnel involved in the use of the equipment at the
Institute premises, immediately after completing the installation of the equipment
for a minimum period of one week at the supplier’s cost.
26. Manuals and Drawings: (i) Before the goods and equipment are taken over by the
Purchaser, the Supplier shall supply operation and maintenance manuals. These
shall be in such details as will enable the Purchaser to operate, maintain, adjust and
repair all parts of the equipment as stated in the specifications.
(ii) The Manuals shall be in the ruling language (English) in such form and numbers as
stated in the contract.
(iii) Unless and otherwise agreed, the goods/equipment shall not be considered to be
completed for the purposes of taking over until such manuals and drawing have been
supplied to the Purchaser.
27. Downtime: During the warranty period not more than 5% downtime will be
permissible. For every day exceeding permissible downtime, penalty of 1/365 of the
5% FOB value will be imposed. Downtime will be counted from the date and time of
the filing of complaint with in the business hours.
28. Spare Parts: The Supplier may be required to provide any or all of the following
materials, notifications, and information pertaining to spare parts manufactured or
distributed by the Supplier:
(i) Such spare parts as the Purchaser may elect to purchase from the Supplier,
providing that this election shall not relieve the Supplier of any warranty obligations
under the Contract; and
(ii) In the event of termination of production of the spare parts:
(iii) Advance notification to the Purchaser of the pending termination, in sufficient time
to permit the Purchaser to procure needed requirements; and
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(iv) Following such termination, furnishing at no cost to the Purchaser, the blueprints,
drawings and specifications of the spare parts, if requested.
Supplier shall carry sufficient inventories to assure ex-stock supply of consumable
spares for the Goods, such as gaskets, plugs, washers, belts etc. Other spare parts and
components shall be supplied as promptly as possible but in any case within six months
of placement of order.
29.
Application Specialist: The Tenderer should mention in the Techno-Commercial
bid the availability and names of Application Specialist and Service Engineers in the
nearest regional office.
30. Shifting: After 3-4 years once our new building is ready, the supplier has to shift
and reinstall the instrument free of cost.
31. Insurance: For delivery of goods at the purchaser’s premises, the insurance shall be
obtained by the Supplier in an amount equal to 110% of the value of the goods from
"warehouse to warehouse" (final destinations) on “All Risks" basis including War
Risks and Strikes. The insurance shall be valid for a period of not less than 3 months
after installation and commissioning. In case of orders placed on FOB/FCA basis,
the purchaser shall arrange Insurance.
32. Warranty: (i) The tender must be quoted with 36 months on-site comprehensive
warranty / guarantee which will commence from the date of the satisfactory
installation/commissioning of the equipment at the INST against the defect of any
manufacturing, workmanship and poor quality of the components. The Supplier
shall, in addition, comply with the performance and/or consumption guarantees
specified under the contract.
If for reasons attributable to the Supplier, these
guarantees are not attained in whole or in part, the Supplier shall at its discretion
make such changes, modifications, and/or additions to the Goods or any part thereof
as may be necessary in order to attain the contractual guarantees specified in the
Contract at its own cost and expense and to carry out further performance tests.
After
the
warranty
period
is
over,
Annual
Maintenance
Contract
(AMC)/Comprehensive Maintenance Contract (CMC) up to next two years should be
started. The AMC/CMC charges will be included in computing the total cost of the
equipment.
Note: If a different period of warranty has been specified in the ‘Technical Specifications’
then the period mentioned above shall stand modified to that extent.
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(ii) The Purchaser shall promptly notify the Supplier in writing of any claims arising
under this warranty. Upon receipt of such notice, the Supplier shall immediately
within 02 days arrange to repair or replace the defective goods or parts thereof free of
cost at the ultimate destination.
The Supplier shall take over the replaced
parts/goods at the time of their replacement. No claim whatsoever shall lie on the
Purchaser for the replaced parts/goods thereafter. The period for correction of defects
in the warranty period is 02 days. If the supplier having been notified fails to remedy
the defects within 02 days, the purchaser may proceed to take such remedial action
as may be necessary, at the supplier’s risk and expenses and without prejudice to any
other rights, which the purchaser may have against the supplier under the contract.
33. Governing Language: The contract shall be written in English language. English
language version of the Contract shall govern its interpretation. All correspondence
and other documents pertaining to the Contract, which are exchanged by the parties,
shall be written in the same language.
34. Agency Commission: Agency commission if any will be paid to the Indian agent in
Rupees on receipt of the equipment and after satisfactory installation. Agency
Commission will not be paid in foreign currency under any circumstances. The
details should be explicitly shown in Tender even in case of Nil commission. The
tenderer should indicate the percentage of agency commission to be paid to the
Indian agent.
35.
Payment: Payment will be made through irrevocable Letter of Credit (LC). LC will
be established in the favour of foreign Supplier after the submission of performance
security. LC will be established on the exchange rates as applicable on the date of
establishment.
(i) For Indigenous supplies, 100% payment shall be made by the Purchaser against
delivery, inspection,
successful installation, commissioning and acceptance of the
equipment at INST in good condition and to the entire satisfaction of the Purchaser
and on production of unconditional performance bank guarantee as specified in
Clause 9 of tender terms and conditions.
(ii) For Imports, LC will be opened for 100% FOB/CIF value. 80% of the LC amount
shall be released on presentation of complete and clear shipping documents and 20%
of the LC amount shall be released after the installation and demonstration of the
equipment at the INST site of installation in faultless working condition for period of
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60 days from the date of the satisfactory installation and subject to the production of
unconditional performance bank guarantee as specified in Clause 9 of tender terms
and conditions.
(iii) Indian Agency commission (IAC), if any shall be paid after satisfactory installation
& commissioning of the goods at the destination at the exchange rate prevailing on the
date of negotiation of LC documents, subject to DGS&D registration for restricted
items.
(iv) All the bank charges within India will be borne by the Institute and outside India
will be borne by the Supplier.
36. Termination for Default/Risk Purchase Clause: The Purchaser may, without
prejudice to any other remedy for breach of contract, by written notice of default sent
to the Supplier, terminate the Contract in whole or part:
(i) If the Supplier fails to deliver any or all of the Goods within the period(s) specified
in the order, or within any extension thereof granted by the Purchaser; or
(ii) If the Supplier fails to perform any other obligation(s) under the Contract.
(iii)
If the Supplier, in the judgment of the Purchaser has engaged in corrupt or
fraudulent practices in competing for or in executing the Contract.
For the purpose of this Clause:
(a)“Corrupt practice” means the offering, giving, receiving or soliciting of anything of
value to influence the action of a public official in the procurement process or in contract
execution.
(b)“Fraudulent practice” means a misrepresentation of facts in order to influence a
procurement process or the execution of a contract to the detriment of the Purchaser,
and includes collusive practice among Bidders (prior to or after bid submission) designed
to establish bid prices at artificial non-competitive levels and to deprive the Purchaser of
the benefits of free and open competition.
In the event the Purchaser terminates the Contract in whole or in part, the Purchaser
may procure, upon such terms and in such manner, as it deems appropriate, Goods or
Services similar to those undelivered, and the Supplier shall be liable to the Purchaser
for any excess costs for such similar Goods or Services. However, the Supplier shall
continue the performance of the Contract to the extent not terminated.
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37.
Compliancy certificate: This certificate must be provided indicating conformity
to the technical specifications.
38.
Acknowledgement: It is hereby acknowledged that we have gone through all the
conditions mentioned above and we agree to abide by them.
SIGNATURE OF TENDERER
ALONG WITH SEAL OF THE COMPANY WITH DATE
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BID PARTICULARS
1. Name of the Supplier :
2. Address of the Supplier :
3. Availability of demonstration of equipment : Yes / No
4. EMD enclosed : Yes / No
5. If Yes, D.D. No._________________ Bank ______________ Amount ________________
6. Name and address of the Officer/contact person to whom all references shall be
made regarding this tender enquiry
Name:
Address:
Phone:
Fax:
Mobile:
Email:
Web:
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Compliance statement for the tender specifications
Ref No.:
S.No. Check list of
documents/Undertakings
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Yes/No Remarks (give
explanation if the
answer is No)
Is EMD attached? (if applicable)
Is the bidder original equipment
manufacturer (OEM)/authorised
dealer?
If authorised dealer, recent dated
certificate to this effect from OEM,
attached or not?
Undertaking from OEM regarding
technical support & extended
warranty period.
Validity of 120 days or not?
Undertaking from bidder regarding
acceptance of tender terms &
conditions
Whether list of reputed users (along
with telephone numbers of contact
persons) for the past three years
specific to the instrument attached?
Does the instrument comply with all
the specifications detailed? Attach a
separate sheet showing compliance
with the specifications and
explanations thereto if the equipment
varies from the requested
specifications.
Whether free Installation,
Commissioning and Application
Training offered?
Whether Three years comprehensive
onsite extended warranty offered?
Whether Annual maintenance after
expiry of comprehensive onsite
warranty quoted separately?
Whether free of cost shifting of
instrument from transit campus to
main campus offered?
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ANNEXURE
Ref. No.: INST/Equip/2013-14/M-01
Technical Specifications for Fluorescence Spectrophotometer*:
S. No.
1
2
Description
Source
Monochromator
3
Grating
4
Detectors
5
Spectral
bandwidth
Wavelength
range
Wavelength
accuracy
Wavelength
Repeatability
Sensitivity
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Resolution
Wavelength
scan speed
Standard
Sample holder
Automatic cell
changer
Quartz Cuvette
Measurements
mode
Technical Specification
Xenon steady state lamp 450 W
Czerny-Turner or equivalent and double monochromator
on the excitation side
Excitation: 1200 lines/mm, blazed at ~340 nm.
Emission: 1200 lines/mm, blazed at ~500 nm
High performance PMT (preferably thermoelectric cooled to
minimize dark current)
The spectrometer should be equipped with a reference
photodiode to monitor excitation lamp intensity fluctuations
1.5 to 10 nm (continuously variable and computer
controlled)
240 to 900 nm or better (Xe lamp has no output near 200
nm)
± 1 nm
± 0.1 nm
greater than 5000:1 based on 5 nm slits (excitation and
emission) and excitation at ~350 nm for water Raman at
397 nm
0.1 nm
Up to 9000 nm/min or better
A single position water thermostatted holder for 10 mm
cuvettes (instead go for a Peltier based cell holder; water
thermostatted ones can become messy sometimes);
temperature range of 5 to 105 C); Should be equipped with
magnetic stirring facility
At least 4 position
Cuvettes 10 sets of 1 mL and 500 µL volume with Teflon
tight screw capped.
● Fluorescence, phosphorescence and bio- and chemiluminescence measurement modes.
● Excitation, emission, constant wavelength
synchronous, and constant energy synchronous
spectral scanning.
● 3D excitation/emission scans, 3D synchronous and
kinetic scans.
● Microplate measurements with fixed wavelength,
wavelength program or automated spectral data
collection.
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TLC plate, electrophoresis gel or other flat sample
types can be analyzed with our Plate Reader
accessory.
● Single and multiple wavelength kinetics
● Simultaneous kinetics for multiple samples
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Software
Software should be User friendly, original licensed Windows
based operating software in the form of CD ROM, it should
have built in features like have facility for scan application,
kinetics, life time measurements, concentration.
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Accessories
● Solid, liquid sample holder
● Peltier controlled cell holder with temp precision of
0.05 deg C/min.
● Micro Plate Reader Accessory (coupled to the
spectrometer through fiber-optics)
● LC Flow Cell Accessory
● Autosampler
● Fiber Optic Accessory
● Front Face Accessory
● Fast Filter accessory
● Automated Polarizer (Glan Thompson Polarisers both
on the excitation and emission sides; should be easy
to move into and out of the excitation and emission
paths; Automated anisotropy measurements and Gfactor correction)
● Should be upgradable to a time resolved
spectrometer
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Computer
Branded desktop PC (HP/Compaq/IBM or equivalent) with
System
following configurations: Processor Core – i5-3470 or higher
(3.4GB), RAM - 4GB DDDR3, HDD - 1 TB, Disks - R/W
DVD, OS - Windows 7 or higher (whichever is compatible),
Input Devices - Keyboard & Mouse, 6 USB ports
(Minimum), Display - 21” or larger Screen, Graphics NVIDIA 1GB/512MB Dedicated Graphics (Optional),
Warranty - 3 Years Onsite
* Shifting: After 3-4 years instrument should be shifted and reinstallation in main
campus free of cost.
●
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Ref. No.: INST/Equip/2013-14/M-02a
Technical Specifications for Motorized High NA On-Axis Zoom Microscope*:
S. No.
1
2
Description
Zoom design
Magnification Range
3
4
5
Motorized Zoom range
Motorized focus range
Other motorized
control
6
7
Objectives
High N.A.
8
9
10
Working Distance
Eyepiece pair
Trinocular details
11
12
Light source
13
Episcopic light source
14
Reflected and
Transmitted
illumination
Camera mounting
option
Stage
15
16
Calibration standard
Technical details
Apochromatic On-axis
Continuous range from 11x to 179x (through
eyepieces) to be achieved with no alteration in
eyepieces or objective lens during operation
20:1
340 mm (step size 0.35 µm or better)
Variable speed motorized zoom and motorized focus
with controller units with real time on screen display
of all essential working parameters such as total
magnification, object field, Z-position, depth of field,
resolution, etc.
Plan APO 1X
0.25 (or higher) for maximum brightness and
resolution.
60 mm or higher
16x and Field No. 16
Observation tube Trinocular with inclination 15
degree. Light distribution 100% through eyepieces or
100% through camera port
Transmitted light stand base with light guide and 2
shiftable and tiltable reflectors for bright field /
darkfield and variable oblique light
1. Transmitted light source: Cold-light source up
to 900lm light flux or more with minimum
50,000 operating hours until intensity drop to
70% with Day-light filter and Halogen light
filters
2. Slit-ring Epi-scopic illuminator with light guide
2000 mm long.
Cold-light source up to 900lm light flux or more with
minimum 50,000 operating hours until intensity drop
to 70% % with Day-light filter and Halogen light
filters.
Simultaneous usage of both is must
C–mount adapter suitable for 1” Chip
3- Plates Mechanical Stage with minimum travel 6”x
4” to be used for reflected light or transmitted light
application with horizontal coaxial drive.
Standards with calibration certificate to be provided
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Others
17
Computer System
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Software
1. Adequate safety mechanism for protection
against collision between lens and sample.
2. Preferably single control and display unit for
all settings such as illuminations intensity
control for reflected light and transmitted light,
focusing, zooming along with the display for all
vital parameters like total magnification,
resolution, Depth of field, field of view, zoom
and focus positions, light levels etc. and
provision for data transfer to PC.
3. Preferably with 2-objective coded nosepiece for
further up-gradation
Branded desktop PC (HP/Compaq/IBM or equivalent)
with following configurations: Processor Core – i53470 or higher (3.4GB), RAM - 4GB DDDR3, HDD 1 TB, Disks - R/W DVD, OS - Windows 7 or higher
(whichever is compatible), Input Devices - Keyboard
& Mouse, 6 USB ports (Minimum), Display - 21” or
larger Screen, Graphics - NVIDIA 1GB/512MB
Dedicated Graphics (Optional), Warranty - 3 Years
Onsite
Necessary software for operation and data
acquisition, analysis and upgradation should be
provided.
Ref. No.: INST/Equip/2013-14/M-02b
Technical Specifications for High speed camera:
S. No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Technical Description
The camera should be portable and should have mobile use.
At full resolution recording time up to 55 mins at 250 fps at 280 x 1024
should be possible.
It should be capable of capturing high frame rate upto 35000 fps at reduced
resolution.
Maximum photo sensitivity in the range of 2,500 ASA monochrome, 2,000 ASA
RGB.
Stepless adjustable frame rate up to 35,000 frames per second at reduced
resolution should be possible.
Lossless recording without compression.
Windows® 7 or higher version based Director2 operator software.
Image storage in various formats such as BMP, JPG, TIFF, AVI, DNG and PNG
should be provided.
Quad Mode: 4 x speed or recording time should be possible.
It should be capable of performing motion analysis and flow behaviour of
liquids and gases in microfluidics research.
One inch C-mount adapter for integration with the optical microscope.
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Ref. No.: INST/Equip/2013-14/M-02c
Technical Specifications for Plasma system:
S. No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Description
Basic unit
Gas supply / Gas
channel
Connections
Vacuum chamber /
Recipient
Standard electrode
Control
Generator
Pressure sensor
Optional
Technical Details
W 425 mm D 450 mm H 185 mm
2 pcs. MFCs
230 V / 16 A, tube: 4 mm inside and 6 mm outside
Round, borosilicate glass, cap, Ø approx. 105 mm,
length: approx. 300 mm, chamber volume: approx.
2.6 l
Aluminium/stainless steel, outside the chamber
PCCE control, PC integrated
40 kHz, 0 – 100 W
Pirani pressure sensor incl. power supply
Tray (Sodium lime glass), Vacuum pump (Suction
power: 1-3 m3/h), Quartz glass chamber.
Ref. No.: INST/Equip/2013-14/M-02d
Technical Specifications for syringe pump system:
S. No.
1
Technical Description
Qty
Base module V2 (power supply 120 W, power & USB cables,
1
documentation in English)
2
User Interface (operating software for syringe pumps, software &
1
documentation in English)
3
Low-pressure module V2 (with valve and 14.1 gear, without
3
trigger interface, documentation in English)
4
High-precision glass syringe 2.5ml with Tubing Connector 1/44
28 UNF thread (60 mm scale length)
5
High-precision glass syringe 5 ml with Tubing Connector 1/4-28
4
UNF thread (60 mm scale length)
6
High-precision glass syringe 10 ml with Tubing Connector 1/44
28 UNF thread (60 mm scale length)
7
Connection kit for glass syringes with tubing connector 1/4-28
16
UNF thread (4 nuts, washers, ETFE tubing: ID 0.8 mm/OD 1.6
mm)
* Shifting: After 3-4 years instrument should be shifted and reinstallation in main
campus free of cost.
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Ref. No.: INST/Equip/2013-14/M-03
Technical Specifications for UV-VIS-NIR Spectrometer*:
S. No.
1
Description
Monochromator
2
Modes
3
4
6
7
Wavelength Range
Wavelength
Accuracy
Wavelength
Reproducibility
Source Lamps
Stray Light
8
Resolution
5
9
10
11
Photometric range
Photometric
Accuracy
Optical system
12
Sample type
13
14
Sample
compartment
Modes
15
Detectors
Technical Details
Double beam, double monochromator UV-VIS-NIR
Spectrophotometer must be capable of analyzing in
following modes and all the desired accessories needed
for the same to be included in the offer
Absolute Reflectance at Variable Angles
Transmission at Variable Angles
Direct Transmission
Angular Transmission
Absorbance
Scattering Glossy, Diffuse , Transmission and Partial
Scattered Transmission
If all the above Measurement can be performed without
removing the sample from the compartment such system
will be preferred.
175-3300 nm (With N2 purging below 185 nm)
Better than or equal to ± 0.08 UV/VIS and ± 0.40 for NIR
range.
Better than or equal to 0.008 nm for UV/VIS range and
better than or equal to 0.05 nm for NIR range.
Tungsten halogen and Deuterium.
Better than or equal to 0.00007% T at 220 nm (10 g/l NaI
ASTM method) and better than or equal to 0.0002% T at
1420 nm with water.
Better than or equal to 0.05 nm for UV/VIS range. Better
than or equal to 0.2 nm for NIR range.
Better than or equal to 8A.
Better than or equal to 0.00025 A or 0.05% T at 2A with
NIST filter 930D.
Suitable reflecting optical system with high end coating
(preferably SiO2 coated) with holographic grating
monochromator with not less than 1200 lines/mm,
blazed at UV/VIS and 300 lines/mm blazed in NIR
regions; System should come with lit row mounting with
pre-aligned tungsten-halogen and deuterium sources.
Suitable for measuring the reflectance, transmittance
and absorbance of bulk samples, thin films, liquid
samples.
Large enough to accommodate accessories required for
analysis.
Scan, Time Drive, Wavelength program, Concentration
Calibration, Concentration
Photomultiplier R928 and Peltier cooled PbS detectors for
UV/VIS and NIR range, respectively or better detectors.
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16
Baseline Flatness
17
Noise Level
UV/VIS
18
Noise Level NIR
19
Computer System
20
Software
21
Calibration
22
Support kit
23
Accessories
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Optional
Better than or equal to ± 0.00007A from 200-3000 nm, 2
nm slit.
Better than or equal to 0.000050 A RMS at 500 nm, 0A,
better than or equal to 0.001 A RMS at 500nm, 4A, better
than or equal to 0.0001 A RMS at 190 nm, 0A.
Better than or equal to 0.00004 A RMS at 1500 nm, 0A,
better than or equal to 0.001 A RMS at 1500nm, 2A,
better than or equal to 0.007 A RMS at 1500 nm, 3A.
Branded desktop PC (HP/Compaq/IBM or equivalent)
with following configurations: Processor Core – i5-3470 or
higher (3.4GB), RAM - 4GB DDDR3, HDD - 1 TB, Disks R/W DVD, OS - Windows 7 or higher (whichever is
compatible), Input Devices - Keyboard & Mouse, 6 USB
ports (Minimum), Display - 21” or larger Screen,
Graphics - NVIDIA 1GB/512MB Dedicated Graphics
(Optional), Warranty - 3 Years Onsite
Original licensed software for the comprehensive
operation of the spectrophotometer, computer, Software
for acquiring the optical constants of thin films, bulk and
liquid samples. The software should be embedded in the
spectrophotometer control software. Latest version of
Microsoft Office utility.
Accessories (standards) for calibration of reflectance,
transmittance and absorbance.
Tungsten halogen and deuterium spare lamps – 2 Nos.
each, Quartz Cuvette - 10 mm path length – 3 pairs and
solid sample holders for transmittance measurements.
Mandatory accessories should be capable of handling
following sizes of the samples Sample sizing
 Min. 5 mm x 5 mm
 Max. 20 cm x 20 cm
 t max (optical) = 5 mm
 t max (physical) >20 mm
Variable Angle Transmission Analysis Accessory and
accessory for Diffuse, Glossy Scattering
Automated Absolute Reflectance Accessory: For
absolute variable angle reflectance measurements of high
and low reflectance coatings, anti-reflection coatings and
band pass filters, This accessory should have fully
automated software controlled provision to select
required measurement angles from 8 - 80° or better
covering the measurement in the range of 250-2500 nm
or better (with Polariser) and eliminating the need for any
manual measurements or manual mirror adjustments.
Polarizer and Depolarizer drive: Accessory to measure
the s and p-polarized light.
Quote should also be submitted separately for Lamps:
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accessories
Manuals/Mainten
ance
Tungsten halogen and Deuterium lamps – 2 Nos each.
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The following manuals in English should be supplied free
of cost along with the system: Detailed user instruction
manual, operation / instruction manual, troubleshooting
manual, CDROM tutorials for Spectrophotometer,
Automated reflectance accessory and integrating sphere
attachment. Detailed circuit and fault diagnostic
software, detailed circuit diagram of the equipment
(Spectrophotometer), maintenance and service manual.
The supplier shall provide uninterrupted supply of spares
and accessories for a period of 03 years after warranty.
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Up-gradation
The
supplier
shall
supply
any
software
for
spectrophotometer and automatic reflectance accessory
whenever they are upgraded at free of cost.
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Application Note
The supplier shall provide detailed application notes of
spectrophotometer and notes Various Transmission and
reflectance accessory in hard and soft copies.
* Shifting: After 3-4 years instrument should be shifted and reinstallation in main
campus free of cost.
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Ref. No.: INST/Equip/2013-14/M-04
Technical Specifications for Double Beam UV-Visible Spectrophotometer*:
S. No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Description
Photometric System
Photometric Accuracy
Photometric
Repeatability
Wavelength Range
Wavelength Accuracy
Wavelength
Repeatability
Photometric range
Spectral Bandwidth
Resolution
Wavelength Scan
Speed
Noise level
Stray light
Monochromator
Technical specifications
Double beam optics
+/- 0.003 Abs. at 1.0 Abs, +/- 0.002 Abs. at 0.5 Abs
+/- 0.001 Abs. at 1.0 Abs, +/- 0.001 Abs. at 0.5 Abs
190 to 900 nm or better
+/- 0.1 nm or better
+/- 0.1 nm or better
Up to 5 Abs or better, Transmittance, Reflectance 0 to
999% or better
Variable from 0.1 to 5 nm or better
0.1 nm
Up to 4000 nm/min or better
0.00003 Abs RMS (500 nm) or better
0.005% at 220 nm, 340 nm & 370 nm or lesser
Single/Double with Czerny-Turner mounting, Blazed
Holographic grating
Detector
Photomultiplier
Light source
Tungsten and Deuterium lamp with automatic
switching
Baseline stability
0.0002 Abs/h or lesser
Baseline flatness
+/- 0.0003Abs or lesser
Quartz Cuvette
1 ml and -0.5 mL capacity 10 mm path length (02 pairs
each)
Automatic Linear Cell At least Six Samples and one reference cell holder
Changer
Software
Original licensed Windows based Operating software in
the form of CD ROM should have built in features like
real time concentration display, Time scan, Photometric
mode
Single/multi-wavelength,
Enzyme
Kinetics
calculation, event recording such as Addition of
reagents
during
measurement,
DNA/protein
quantification etc.
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Accessories
(a) Peltier based temperature controller for sample as
well as reference position with temperature range 10 to
60 °C or better.
(b) Integrating sphere with inner diameter of 60 mm or
better for diffuse reflectance of direct powder sample
analysis. Wavelength range up to 1400 nm or better
with built-in PMT and InGaAs Detectors. Should be able
to record spectra in reflectance as well as Transmittance
mode.
(c) Micro cell 50 µL and 400 µL one pair each with micro
cell holder, if any.
(d) Free Additional Deuterium and Tungsten Lamp
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Computer System
Branded desktop PC (HP/Compaq/IBM or equivalent)
with following configurations: Processor Core – i5-3470
or higher (3.4GB), RAM - 4GB DDDR3, HDD - 1 TB,
Disks - R/W DVD, OS - Windows 7 or higher (whichever
is compatible), Input Devices - Keyboard & Mouse, 6
USB ports (Minimum), Display - 21” or larger Screen,
Graphics - NVIDIA 1GB/512MB Dedicated Graphics
(Optional), Warranty - 3 Years Onsite
* Shifting: After 3-4 years instrument should be shifted and reinstallation in main
campus free of cost.
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Ref. No.: INST/Equip/2013-14/M-05
Technical Specifications for FTIR spectrometer*:
S. No.
1
Description
Basic System
2
Spectral range
3
Wavenumber
accuracy
Wavenumber
precision
Resolution
Beam splitter
4
5
6
Technical Details
Basic system high performance high resolution FTIR system
should be fully PC/software controlled.
The system should be having at least two external ports for
coupling to auxiliary units or other instruments System
should have facilities to upgrade with GC, Raman microscope
attachment for FTIR imaging
8000-350 cm-1 (upgradable to FIR & NIR; quote separately)
At least +/- 0.02 cm-1 at 2000 cm-1
At least 0.009 cm-1 at 2000 cm-1
0.5 cm-1 or better.
KBr beam splitter. Upgradeable with beam splitter change
covering range from FIR to NIR (point 2 above)
7
Signal to noise 50,000:1 peak to peak
ratio
accumulation or more.
8
Interferometer
9
10
Spectrometer
Detector
11
12
Optics
Atmospheric
compensation
13
Accessories:
4
cm-1
resolution,
1
minute
Michelson interferometer with advanced dynamic alignment
system for fast scanning, self-compensating
Enclosure sealed and desiccated.
High sensitive temperature stabilized DLATGS/DTGS
detector.
Optics Gold coated/silver coated (quote separately)
System should have minimized effect of atmospheric water
and carbon dioxide etc. on the sample spectra without the
need for reference or calibration spectra. (should be
purgeable with dry nitrogen gas in different compartments,
especially the sample compartment and the detector
compartment)
a.
Demountable cell with (should be CaF2 or ZnSe
windows) windows for liquid samples (also the pathlength
should be variable with an assortment of spacers).
Temperature of the cell should be controllable and should be
least be varied from 5 to 95 C preferably using a TE cooled
or heating system; temperature ramping should be done
automatically using the instrument software
b.
Sealed/fixed thickness cell of 0.1 mm with windows.
c.
Diffuse reflectance accessory for direct powder sample
analysis along with powder sample holder (quote separately)
d.
Multi reflection ATR accessory for aqueous based
sample, polymer sample etc. (quote separately)
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e.
Hydraulic press
f.
Agate mortar and pestle
g.
KBr dice set (15 Tm)
h.
Pellet holder
i.
Polystyrene film with traceable certificate
j.
Automatic component recognition system should have
features like automatic accessory recognition once accessory
like DRS/ATR is mounted in sample compartment and
controlled via PC.
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Software
Software should have built-in spectral search function with
different algorithms and should support commercial FTIR
database. Software should have to be supplied with inbuilt
organic/inorganic compounds spectra. Quote separately for
4000 inorganic and 400 organic samples spectra along with
the system. Software should have built-in validation
program.
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Computer
Branded desktop PC (HP/Compaq/IBM or equivalent) with
System
following configurations: Processor Core – i5-3470 or higher
(3.4GB), RAM - 4GB DDDR3, HDD - 1 TB, Disks - R/W
DVD, OS - Windows 7 or higher (whichever is compatible),
Input Devices - Keyboard & Mouse, 6 USB ports (Minimum),
Display - 21” or larger Screen, Graphics - NVIDIA
1GB/512MB Dedicated Graphics (Optional), Warranty - 3
Years Onsite
* Shifting: After 3-4 years instrument should be shifted and reinstallation in main
campus free of cost.
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Ref. No.: INST/Equip/2013-14/M-06
Technical Specifications for Simultaneous TG-DTA Unit*:
S. No.
1
Description
TG-DTA System
2
3
4
5
Temperature Range
Temperature Accuracy
Heating Rate
Cooling Rate
6
8
9
10
11
12
13
Balance Measurement
Range
Balance Digital
Resolution
Balance Sensitivity
Sample Quantity
DTA Range
DTA Resolution
DTA Noise
Calibration
14
Sample pans
15
Purge Gases
16
Gas Flow Control
17
Computer System
18
Software
7
Technical Details
Simultaneous Thermogravimetry/Differential thermal
analysis (TG/DTA) measurements. High sensitive
balance and quick response corrosion resistant alumina
furnace.
Ambient to 1500 °C or better
+ 0.5 °C or better
0.1 °C to 200 °C/min or better
0.2 °C to 50 °C/min or 1000 °C to 50 °C in 20 to 30 min
or better
Up to 500 mg or more
0.1 μg or better
1 μg or better
1 g maximum as gross weight (max 20 g)
+ 1000 V or better
0.01 μV or better
1 μV or better
Suitable standards for Temperature calibration to be
quoted
Pt Pans of 60 and 120 µL - 06 Nos. each, Alumina Pans
– 20 Nos.
High Purity N2 gas with dual stage gas regulator for Inert
Atmosphere and Zero Air with dual stage gas regulator
for active atmosphere
System must be quoted with flow controller for accurate
gas control and switching from one gas to another
during analysis
Branded desktop PC (HP/Compaq/IBM or equivalent)
with following configurations: Processor Core – i5-3470
or higher (3.4GB), RAM - 4GB DDDR3, HDD - 1 TB,
Disks - R/W DVD, OS - Windows 7 or higher (whichever
is compatible), Input Devices - Keyboard & Mouse, 6
USB ports (Minimum), Display - 21” or larger Screen,
Graphics - NVIDIA 1GB/512MB Dedicated Graphics
(Optional), Warranty - 3 Years Onsite
Any other software/hardware required for safe and auto
operation of equipment
a) Window based software with multitasking capability
b) Hardware required for safe and auto operation
equipment
c) Software to be provided for thermal analysis e.g.
reaction kinetics. Data files can be imported and
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exported in user friendly format like Excel/ASCII.
d) It should have appropriate measurement and analysis
software for automatic sample mass detection, detection
of peak temperature, peak areas etc., and enthalpy
values for weight changes during the sample run.
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Warranty and Annual
A minimum of three years comprehensive onsite
Maintenance Cost
warranty should be provided. Annual Maintenance Cost
(AMC) after warranty period should be quoted for 5
years.
* Shifting: After 3-4 years instrument should be shifted and reinstallation in main
campus free of cost.
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Ref. No.: INST/Equip/2013-14/M-07
Technical Specifications for the Differential Scanning Calorimeter (DSC)*:
S. No.
1
2
3
Description
DSC Type
Measurement Technology
Software
4
5
DCS cell position
Temperature range
6
Cooling system
7
8
9
Cooling options
Measurement atmosphere
Gas flow connections
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Sample pan types
Time constant
Temperature Accuracy
Temperature precision
Heating/Cooling rates
Calorimetric Sensitivity
Calorimetric reproducibility
Calorimetric precision
Baseline reproducibility
Dynamic range
DSC Software Capability
Technical details
Modulated Differential Scanning Calorimeter
Heat Flux Technology/ Power compensated
Suitable to run MDSC and analyze the
samples.
Fixed
-85 °C to 700 °C or higher with software
controlled cooling accessories.
Suitable cooling system (electronic, liquid N2
cooling) should be quoted as optional.
Cooling time (100 °C to 0 °C) - < 4 minutes.
Inert Gas (or) Oxidative
Purge, dry and cleaning gas. Mass flow
controller (range 5 ml/min to 200 ml/min) for
gas switching
Al/Pt
Less than 2 seconds
±0.2 °C or better
±0.03 °C or better
0.1 to 100 °C/min or higher
0.2 µW or better.
+/- 1%
+/- 0.1%
< ± 10 µW
+/- 350 mW
Software for evaluation of glass transition
phenomenon heats of fusion and reaction,
melting point and boiling points and specific
heat. Peak detection and analysis, online data
acquisition and display of running
measurements and calibration, storage of both
raw DSC data as well as deconvoluted data in
the standard DSC curves as well as in the
tabular form, options for baseline correction,
data smoothening, plot overlay and calculation
of results in the real time and view results,
trends in graphs and tables. Temperature
modulated software for effective separation of
thermodynamic and kinetic processes,
excellent thermokinetics software for DSC.
Temperature modulation software to be
provided to get reversing and non- reversing
signals along with automation and Iso-step
mode.
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Computer System
Branded desktop PC (HP/Compaq/IBM or
equivalent) with following configurations:
Processor Core – i5-3470 or higher (3.4GB),
RAM - 4GB DDDR3, HDD - 1 TB, Disks - R/W
DVD, OS - Windows 7 or higher (whichever is
compatible), Input Devices - Keyboard &
Mouse, 6 USB ports (Minimum), Display - 21”
or larger Screen, Graphics - NVIDIA
1GB/512MB Dedicated Graphics (Optional),
Warranty - 3 Years Onsite
* Shifting: After 3-4 years instrument should be shifted and reinstallation in main
campus free of cost.
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Ref. No.: INST/Equip/2013-14/M-08
Technical Specifications for Particle Size Analyzer*:
S. No.
1
2
3
4
5
Description
Measurement type 1:
Measurement range
Measurement principle
Minimum sample
volume
Accuracy
6
Precision/Repeatability
7
8
Sensitivity
Measurement type 2:
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Measurement range
Measurement principle
Minimum sample
volume
Accuracy
Sensitivity
Measurement type 3:
Measurement range
Measurement principle
Minimum sample
volume
Accuracy
Measurement type 4:
Measurement principle
Minimum sample
volume
Temperature control
range
Light source
Laser safety
Software
Technical Details
Measurement type: Particle size and molecular size
0.3 nm – 10.0 µm (diameter)
Dynamic Light Scattering
12 µL
Better than +/-2% on NIST traceable latex
standards
Better than +/-2% on NIST traceable latex
standards
0.1mg/mL (Lysozyme)
Measurement type: Zeta potential and Protein
Mobility
3.8 nm – 100 µm (diameter)
Electrophoretic Light Scattering
150 µL (20 µL using diffusion barrier method)
0.12 µm.cm/V for aqueous systems using NIST
SRM1980 standard reference material
1mg/mL (Lysozyme)
Measurement type: Molecular weight
980Da – 20M Da
Static Light Scattering using Debye plot
12 µL (3-5 sample concentrations required)
+/- 10% typical
Measurement type: Microrheology (optional)
Dynamic Light Scattering
12 µL (DLS measurement only) maximum range,
sample dependent
0 ºC – 90 ºC +/-0.1 ºC
He-Ne laser 633 nm, Max 10 mW
Class 1
Should be compatible with Windows 7 or higher
version, with both 32 & 64 bit operating systems
* Shifting: After 3-4 years instrument should be shifted and reinstallation in main
campus free of cost.
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Ref. No.: INST/Equip/2013-14/M-09
Technical Specifications for Surface Profiler (contact mode)*:
S. No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Description
Scan length
Sample X/Y Stage motion
Theta
Step height repeatability
Vertical range
Sample stage Area
Stylus force
Scan speed
Stylus
Sample viewing
Technical Details
upto 55 mm or higher
150 mm or more, motorized
360° continuous
0.6 nm or lower
800 µm or higher
200 mm (dia) or more
1-15 mg or 0.03 mg - 15 mg (optional)
10 µm/sec or better
2 um Rad or other options (2 Nos. as spares)
Camera with selectable magnification (1 to 4
mm) FOV
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Database software
Capable of analysing step height, roughness,
waviness and stress analysis, Stitching, 3D
mode
12
Computer System
Branded desktop PC (HP/Compaq/IBM or
equivalent) with following configurations:
Processor Core – i5-3470 or higher (3.4GB),
RAM - 4GB DDDR3, HDD - 1 TB, Disks - R/W
DVD, OS - Windows 7 or higher (whichever is
compatible), Input Devices - Keyboard & Mouse,
6 USB ports (Minimum), Display - 21” or larger
Screen, Graphics - NVIDIA 1GB/512MB
Dedicated Graphics (Optional), Warranty - 3
Years Onsite
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Calibration standard
Step height standards with calibration
certificate by national metrology institute
* Shifting: After 3-4 years instrument should be shifted and reinstallation in main
campus free of cost.
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Ref. No.: INST/Equip/2013-14/M-10
Technical Specifications for Electrochemical Analyzer/Workstation (PotentiostatGalvanostat with Windows Based Acquisition Software)*:
S. No.
1
Description
Techniques
2
Optional techniques
3
4
Compliance Voltage
Maximum current
Technical Details
 Cyclic Voltammetry (CV)
 Linear Sweep Voltammetry (LSV)
 Staircase Voltammetry (SCV)
 Tafel plot (TAFEL)
 Chrono Amperometry (CA)
 Chrono Coulometry (CC)
 Differential Pulse Voltammetry (DPV)
 Normal Pulse Voltamemtry (NPV)
 Differential Normal pulse Voltamemtry (DPNV)
 Square Wave Voltammetry (SWV)
 AC Voltammetry (ACV)
 Second Harmonic AC Voltammetry (SHACV)
 Amperometric i-t Curve (i-t)
 Differential Pulse Amperometry (DPA)
 Double Differential Pulse Amperometry (DDPA)
 Triple Pulse Amperometry (TPA)
 Integrated Pulse Amperometry Detection (IAPD)
 Bulk Electrolysis with Coulometry (BE)
 Hydrodynamic Modulation Voltammetry (HMV)
 Sweep-Step Functions (SSF)
 Multi-Potential Steps (STEP)
 AC Impedance (IMP) – 10u Hz – 1 M Hz
 Impedance – Time (IMPT)
 Impedance – Potential (IMPE)
 Chrono Potentiometry (CP)
 Multi-Current Steps (ISTEP)
 Chronopotentiometry with Current Ramp(CPCR)
 Potentiometric Stripping Analysis (PSA)
 Open Circuit Potential – Time (OCPT)
 Galvanostat
 Full version of CV simulator
 Impedance Simulator
 IR Compensation
 External Potential Input
 Cell including cell stand with faraday cage
computer controlled stirring & purging.
 In situ spectroscopy – Transmission mode and
Reflection mode.
 RDE control (0-10V output)
±13 V or better
±250 mA or better
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5
Output Voltage
±10 V or better
Range
6
Smallest Current
±25 A or better in more than seven ranges
Range
7
Resolution of applied
0.0015% or better of potential range
potential
8
Resolution of
0.0015% or better of measured range
measured potential
9
Accuracy of applied
± 0.2 % or better of the current range
current
10
Measured current
0.30 fA minimum
resolution
11
Potentiostat Rise/fall
< 1µs
Time
12
Gain bandwidth
1 MHz
range of amplifier
13
Bandwidth of
> 4 MHz
electrometer
14
Input bias current
< 20 pA
15
Computer System
Branded desktop PC (HP/Compaq/IBM or equivalent)
with following configurations: Processor Core – i5-3470
or higher (3.4GB), RAM - 4GB DDDR3, HDD - 1 TB,
Disks - R/W DVD, OS - Windows 7 or higher
(whichever is compatible), Input Devices - Keyboard &
Mouse, 6 USB ports (Minimum), Display - 21” or larger
Screen, Graphics - NVIDIA 1GB/512MB Dedicated
Graphics (Optional), Warranty - 3 Years Onsite
* Shifting: After 3-4 years instrument should be shifted and reinstallation in main
campus free of cost.
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Ref. No.: INST/Equip/2013-14/M-11
Technical Specifications for Bio-Safety cabinet*:
S. No.
1
Technical Description
Cabinet should be class II type A2 suitable for work with microorganisms
assigned to biological safety levels I, II or III. Should be complete with a
germicidal UV lamp, fluorescent lamp, one electrical outlet, and a support
stand with leveling feet or castors
2
Microprocessor controller with LCD display, efficient air velocity control
facilities with UV and fluorescent lamps and timer, and filter replacement
warning lamp
3
With standard facilities including air and gas cock, vacuum tap and power
console
4
Main body should be made of SS [(304 grade)- Heavy gauge- 16 G] .Table top
and working zone should be made of SS [(304 grade)- Heavy gauge- 14 G &16
G]
5
Table top should be in two parts:
(a) Front perforated portion 4” in size
(b) Non perforated working zone: Table sunken type (trough type) for spillage
management that can be lifted easily for cleaning below the table
6
Sliding tempering-safe glass door ensuring silent (noise-free) operation (<63.5
dBA) according to NSF & according to EN 12469 <60.5 dBA and vibration
free
7
Work Area should be approximately 1200 x 600 x 600 mm (4 feet) in size
with shutter opening of 489 mm
8
Overall Size of the cabinet should be approximately 1300 x 825 x 2450 mm
9
Air Flow should be vertical down flow with 100% exhaust
10
Cleanliness level should be less than 3.5 particles/ ltr of 0.5 µm and larger
(ISO 14644-1)
11
High capacity centrifugal fans for impulsion and exhaust
12
Cabinet should have light Intensity >1400 Lux
13
Cabinet controls - Microprocessor based touch pad controls
14
UV interlock system to protect the operator in case of accidental raising of
front sliding window.
15
Should have Ergonomically Sloped front
16
Downflow and Exhaust Filters: HEPA / ULPA filters with integral metal
guards and filter frame gaskets
17
The manufacturer must undertake to supply of spares and consumables for
at least 03 years from the date of supply.
* Shifting: After 3-4 years instrument should be shifted and reinstallation in main
campus free of cost.
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Ref. No.: INST/Equip/2013-14/M-12
Technical Specifications for Polymerase Chain Reactor (PCR)*:
S. No.
1
Technical Description
System should have Universal block for 96 wells x 0.2 ml (tube strips or 96
well plate) with interchangeable block design (2 x 48 well and 384 well block)
for variable reaction volumes
2
Accuracy and uniformity of ±0.2 °C for non-gradient protocols and ±0.3 °C for
gradient protocols. Should be capable to produce high temperature ramp rates
to shorten the time to reach target temperature.
3
Heating and cooling via peltier technology
4
Oil free heated lid with adjustable pressure
5
Lid heating should automatically turn off if block temperature is lower than 30
ºC
6
Easy storage (> 500) and transfer protocols among cyclers using a USB storage
device.
7
Temperature range 4 °C to 99 °C
8
Block uniformity ±0.5 °C
9
Heated lid temperature 100 °C to 110 °C
10
Temperature accuracy ±0.5 °C
11
Ramp rate: Maximum heating rate upto 4 °C/sec and Max. cooling rate upto
<3 °C/sec
12
Maximum gradient 30 °C
13
Gradient range ~20 °C to >70 °C
14
Alphanumeric LCD Display with touch screen
15
Option of using instrument through PC
16
Auto restart facility with user defined time interval if power fails and resumes
17
System should be CE and ISO certified
18
Should have PCR license and authorization for usage in research and
diagnostics applications
19
List of required spares/consumables may be quoted separately
* Shifting: After 3-4 years instrument should be shifted and reinstallation in main
campus free of cost.
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Ref. No.: INST/Equip/2013-14/M-13
Technical Specifications for Gel Documentation System*:
S. No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Technical Description
Gel documentation system- simple to operate, user friendly and ultra-high
sensitivity for chemiluminiscence/Fluorescence
With high resolution CCD Camera - ≤ 4 megapixels & pixel size (HxV) 4.65 x
4.65 μm.
Motorized Zoom Lens with F/1/2, ~12.5 -75 mm lens with broad range amber
filter
Ultrathin white light transilluminator
UV, white light epillumination with 254, 302, 365 mm illuminator
Image capture>4 [email protected]
USB Port and CD Drive for DATA transfer
Set of Extra UV/Visible Lamps
UV protective window
Amter filter for applications of ethidium bromide, SYBR Green, SYBR gold and
rhodamine etc.
Branded state-of-art Desktop PC from a reputed make (with a latest processor
at least Core i5 or above, LED monitor 19” or bigger size, 4 GB RAM and 500
GB hard disk and preloaded with latest operating system software)
12
Software for densitometry of 1-D/2-D gets, blot colony counting and other
applications.
Software compatibility-Windows 7 or higher, and other recent compatible
common programmes.
13
List of required spares/consumables may be quoted separately.
* Shifting: After 3-4 years instrument should be shifted and reinstallation in main
campus free of cost.
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Ref. No.: INST/Equip/2013-14/M-14
Technical Specifications for Glove Box*:
S. No.
Description
Technical details
900 mm x 1200 mm x 780 mm [H x L x D]
Stainless Steel
3
Inner Dimensions
Material of
construction
Windows
4
5
Dust filter
Shelves
6
Gloves
7
Sensors
8
Components &
Controls
9
Antechamber,
Cylindrical, 390
mm diameter,
Length 600 mm
Door lock
1
2
10
11
Automatic
regeneration
Polycarbonate, thickness of 10 mm, Special
coating for chemical and scratch resistance
0.3 Micron, Class H 13, One Inlets / outlets filter
Stainless Steel, 1000 mm length, 220 mm depth
(03)
Two Glove ports, 220 mm diameter, polymer type,
solvent and rust resistance, Gloves of Butyl Type,
thickness 0.4 mm or better
Automatic pressure sensors, adjustable range -15
mbar to +15 mbar near transfer chamber
Foot pedal, water proof, for under and over
pressure adjustment stand, castor wheels and
levelling feet, Box light with fluorescent lamp top
mounted
Material: Stainless steel, thickness 2.5 mm, With
sliding stainless steel tray, Doors of SS, thickness
10 mm, ¼” flat, Inside surface brushed finish,
Outside surface coated grey
Spindle lock type, fitted with pressure gauge,
manometer display, Antechamber
150mmx400mm sliding tray, hinged doors, 1/3rd
inside and 2/3rd outside, Vacuum and pressure
gauge fitted.
Single filter purifier, re-generable
Capacity oxygen removal: 36 litres, Moisture
removal: 1300 grams of H2O
Attainable purity: <1 ppm H2O and < 1 ppm O2
Fully automated regeneration programme
Inbuilt heat exchanger with suitable re-circulator
Integrated blower, vacuum tight oil free, flow rate
88m3/h at ∆ 60mbar (60Hz)
Rotary vane pump, oil mist filter, Oil
recirculation.
Automatic gas ballast control 12m3/h, dual stage
Valves should be electro-pneumatic
Solid state, oxygen sensor, 0-1000 ppm
Solid state, moisture sensors, 0-500 ppm
Solvent adsorption system with activated
charcoal, 5 kg
Optional refrigerator with three tray, -35®C
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Micro controller system control with colour touch
screen monitor
12
Power saving
In-built power saving features
features
Auto switch off of vacuum pump, when
antechamber not in use
Automatically reduce/increase blower speed
based on oxygen and moisture levels
Automatic fluorescent light switch off when not in
use
* Shifting: After 3-4 years instrument should be shifted and reinstallation in main
campus free of cost.
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Ref. No.: INST/Equip/2013-14/M-15
Technical Specifications for Low/High Vacuum Scanning Electron Microscope*:
S. No.
1
Description
Resolution
2
3
Accelerating Voltage
Probe Current
4
Magnification
5
6
Electron Source
Vacuum System
7
Sample stage
8
Electron Optics
9
Image display
10
11
Image format
Operation Control
12
Desired features
13
EDS(Optional)
Technical details
3.0 nm or better in High Vacuum mode at 30 kV
and 4.0 nm or better in low vacuum mode
300 V to 30 kV
Range 1pA to 1 µA or more (continuously
adjustable) for tungsten filament.
Minimum 10X to 3,00,000X or better
continuous in both high and low vacuum
Pre-centered Tungsten hairpin filament
Should give ultra clean dry fast vacuum using
air cooled Turbo Molecular Pump. Safety
measures for electron column against any
vacuum failure. Variable pressure range for
chamber must be at least 270 Pa or more in low
vacuum mode
Stage should accommodate 200 mm size
sample,
X and Y stage motion = 100 mm or better, Z =
40 mm or higher, Tilt = -10 to 90°, Rotation =
360° (continuous)
1. Electron Gun: Pre-centered Cartridge
Filament
2. Objective Aperture:5-position, click stop
objective aperture
3. Detectors: Chamber mounted Everhart
Thornley, Secondary electron, Backscattered electron (retractable), Specimen
current monitor.
4. Analytical Position: WD = 10 mm
Standard, Dual live image, Digital Zoom, Dual
magnification
BMP, JPG & TIFF
Should have capability for control through
wireless mode, LAN/dedicated PC/IPad Total
control panel should be touch panel supported.
Model should have standby mode, safety mode,
Safety measures, custom recipe, Image
regeneration, beam blanking, auto contrast,
auto stigma, auto gun alignment & biasing,
single switch for Low Vacuum/High Vacuum
switch over
1. LN2 free-SSD (Si drift detector)
2. Detector range: From Be – U
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3. Detector resolution: 123 eV or better
14
Microscope
controlling software
15
Accessories required
for SEM
4. 30 mm2 detector
5. Software: for quantitative and qualitative
elemental analysis, X-ray mapping, capability
for spectrum analysis. Digital control for the
beam for composition profile. Phase mapping.
Peak deconvolution, Element to phase map and
phase map to element map. Drift correction
facility.
Electron microscope should be completely digital
controlled with capability of controlling basic
microscope operation as well as EDS from
separate platforms.
A separate version should be made available for
offline processing and analysis of the images on
a separate computer, along with a standard PC
and printer.
Separate license for analysis of EDS data should
be provided for a stand-alone PC.
1. IR-CCD camera for specimen chamber
inspection to avoid accident and easy
stage navigation
2. Hard panel for adjusting various
functions by knob
3. Vibration isolation: Active vibration
damping system for SEM with
pneumatically isolated legs
4. Sputtering/Evaporation unit: Sputter
coater with carbon, platinum, gold
coating facility along with the required
target materials (2 each of C, Au and Pt
targets), (International branded product)
5. Specimen cutting tool: precise cutting
machine, preferably about 4 inch
diameter OD low/high speed diamond
saw for SEM specimen (international
branded product)
6. Specimen grinder/lapping system: A
lapping system for the surface thinning
/polishing of SEM specimen with auto
controlled specimen holder (international
branded product)
7. Electro polishing unit: For optical finish
flat surface SEM specimen (international
branded product)
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16
Desirable
17
Installation and
commissioning
18
Spare parts
19
Computer System
8. Standard samples, for Imaging, Au/C, Sn
balls and standard sample for EDS, stubs
and tweezers and essential tool box.
1. Model details quoted should be available on
vendor’s website
2. Model should have capability for
upgradability with EBSD
3. Upgrade of software has to be supplied free of
cost as and when it is upgraded for 10 years
after the SEM supply.
The manufacturer should undertake to install
and commission the equipment and all
attachments accessories and also demonstrate
the performance guaranteed as per
specifications at site. The main system as well
as other accessories should run on 220 V, 50 Hz
single phase AC power supply. Only ordinary
electrical points will be provided and rest of the
connections/cables has to be provided by the
supplier. Vendor has to provide pre-installation
requirements before supply
Recommended set of spares and consumables
for five years of operation may be quoted as
optional items. Those spares/consumables
which are not recommended, will be considered
as the spares/consumables within the warranty
period even after the expiry of warranty.
Branded desktop PC (HP/Compaq/IBM or
equivalent) with following configurations:
Processor Core – i5-3470 or higher (3.4GB),
RAM - 4GB DDDR3, HDD - 1 TB, Disks - R/W
DVD, OS - Windows 7 or higher (whichever is
compatible), Input Devices - Keyboard & Mouse,
6 USB ports (Minimum), Display - 21” or larger
Screen, Graphics - NVIDIA 1GB/512MB
Dedicated Graphics (Optional), Warranty - 3
Years Onsite
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Guarantee/warranty
21
Training
The entire equipment must have warranty for
free repairs and replacement for a period of 36
months from the date of installation and
commissioning
Onsite training to the researchers by the
company person in for two weeks immediately
after commissioning of the equipment.
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22
Annual maintenance
contract
AMC for a period of four years, beyond warranty.
The quote should specify the response time for
call and spare parts. Spare should be available
for ten years. Please also quote optionally AMC
covering replacement of parts.
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Uninterrupted power Online UPS (7.5 KVA) for the power back-up of
supply (UPS)
the system for at least one hour compatible with
the SEM and the peripherals (branded
products).
* Shifting: After 3-4 years instrument should be shifted and reinstallation in main
campus free of cost.
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Ref. No.: INST/Equip/2013-14/M-16
Technical Specifications for Confocal Raman Microscope*:
S. No.
1
Feature
Raman Spectral
Imaging







2
Sample Size



3
Video System

4
Motorized stage

5
Manual sampling

6
Illumination and
control


7
System on
programmable clip
controller with the
following feature (or
better)








Details
Acquisition of complete Raman spectra at every
pixel (mapping)
Acquisition of Raman spectra at selected area (Micro
Raman)
Raman Microscopy imaging at fixed wave numbers,
at least 1024 x 1024 pixels.
Resolution 0.5 cm-1
Confocal microscopy in reflection on backscattering
mode and if possible coupling to an inverted
geometry
Confocal fluorescence imaging
Optical resolution diffraction limited, lateral type 25
nm & 532 nm excitation wavelength.
120 mm in X and Y direction, 25 mm in Height
Measurable wavelength range (excitation 442-785
nm) detecting 150-4000 cm-1.
Optical microscope with 6X turret, piezo-driven
scan platform for sample scanning, continuous scan
range 150 µm or better in X and Y direction with
high accuracy. Details about accuracy should be
provided clearly as application desires high
accuracy.
Eyepiece color video camera
open type, i.e., the base is removable for larger
samples, 2-Stage system for automated approach,
30 mm travel, single step of 10 nm resolution,
Position in X and Y direction, 20 mm travel,
gradation 10 µm, resolution < 1 µm
LED white-light source for Kohler illumination
Digital controller for scanning confocal Raman
microscopy
80 MHz FPGA
32 MB or more SDRAM
High speed USB 2.0 Connection
Triple D/A connecters for scanning in XYZ, 1.25
MHz driving frequency
FROM 16 Bit 200 KHz A/D Convertors for SVM
signal at the X, Y, Z position of the scan stage.
Three digital outputs for MS applications
Two face FPGA slots for future extensions.
XYZ scan stage with closed loop controlled piezo
and capacitive sensors
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



8
Control Software for
the whole system
and data analysis
with standard
features











9
Warranty
10
Annual maintenance
contract



Microscope Z-axis control
Computer system for control and data acquisition.
Raman laser coupler 532 nm and 633 nm
spectrometer, f/4 300 mm focal length imaging,
spectrometer with standard SMA/FC optical fibre
entrance and dual grating turret including 2
gratings with 1800 and 600 lines/mm or 5000, 650
nm
Thermoelectrically-cooled CCD camera with Peltier
cooling.
Spectrum-to-image correlation
Cluster analysis
Principal component analysis (PCA)
Advance FITTING TOOL.
Data Binning and reduction
Graph De-mixture
Weighted spectrum substitution
Image correlation, 2DFFT and advanced filters etc.
Objective 10 X and 20 X
Objective 50 X, numerical aperture (NA) 0.7,
working distance (mD) 1.1 mm.
Objective 100X, numerical aperture (NA) 0.9
working distance (mD) 0.31 mm for application from
360 nm to NIR with excellent flatness of field.
Four additional Analog to Digital convertors
Operating Voltage 220 V
Three years from the date of the installation.
AMC for a period of four years, beyond warranty. The
quote should specify the response time for call and spare
parts. Spare should be available for ten years. Please also
quote optionally AMC covering replacement of parts.
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Training
 Indicate the level of training for local service
capability in India and indicate the typical response
time for service.
* Shifting: After 3-4 years instrument should be shifted and reinstallation in main
campus free of cost.
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Ref. No.: INST/Equip/2013-14/M-17
Technical Specifications for Digital DC Source Meter*:
S. No.
1
Description
Current Accuracy
Technical details
(a) Current Source: ± 1.5fA to ± 100mA
(b) Current Measure: ± 10aA to ± 100mA
2
Voltage accuracy
(a) Voltage Source: ± 5 µV to ± 210 V
(b) Voltage Measure: ± 0.2 µV to ± 210 V
(c) Minimum compliance value: 0.1% of range.
3
Pulse mode
(a) Maximum Pulse Width: 5ms from 90% rising
to 90% falling edge, 2.5ms 10A range.
(b) Minimum Pulse Width: 150μs.
4
Sweeps
(a) Standard Linear Staircase and Logarithmic
Staircase Sweep
(b) Custom sweep (custom point-by-point userdefined sweep)
(c) For I/V, I/R, V/I, and V/R characterization
(d) Source readback (i.e. when programmed to
sweep voltage, report back actual measured
voltage values, instead of programmed)
5
Digital I/O Interface
The digital I/O interface to link SMU instrument
to many
popular component handlers along with trigger
link
6
Low noise Triax
Qty 03. To connect from the source unit to
cables
measuring unit with alligator clips.
7
Software
Relevant software for data analysis
* Shifting: After 3-4 years instrument should be shifted and reinstallation in main
campus free of cost.
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