AV500AV500 provides the latest NMR capabilities at 500 MHz to tackle a wide variety of research problems. The instrument can generate a maximum Z-axis magnetic field gradient of 56 Gauss/cm to perform most of the experiments that rely on coherence selection using gradients and selective peak suppression using gradients. Shaped gradients can be generated with the aid of Bruker Shape Tool.


  • Bruker AV series instrument
  • 1H Frequency: 499.956 MHz
  • 2H field-frequency lock system
  • MAGNET and Shim system
    • Oxford narrow bore Cryomagnet
    • Modern BOSS2 shim system – with detachable Shim cables
    • 28 RT shim gradients
    • BSMS/2 keyboard
  • Host Operating System: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.3
  • VT range: -80 C to + 70 C (upto 12 hrs. at max temperature)
  • Ultra high VT operation (with special probehead) :  +200 C max
  • RF Section
    • Three channels (SGU1, SGU2 and SGU3)
    • Dual (100 W 1H + 300W X) BLAXH100 amplifier
    • Dedicated 300W X amplifier for third channel
    • System is equipped with QNP switch accessory to perform 19F {1H} double resonance experiments.
    • HPPR/2 2H-STOP preamplifier.
    • Pulse shaping capability to design shaped and shifted RF pulses and gradient pulses.
  • Digital
    • Digital quadrature detection
    • 5 MHz sampling rate ADC
    • Includes 56 Gauss/cm Z-axis magnetic field gradient.
    • Fully automated Gradient assisted shimming  - TOPSHIM
  • Software
    • Runs on TOPSPIN 2.1 – includes ShapeTool and NMRSim
    • Bruker NMR encyclopedia is available with a substantial library of pulse sequences and standard parameter sets.

Currently installed Probehead

Bruker multinuclear inverse BBI : 1H {X} with Z-gradient

X nuclei range from 107Ag to 31P. This probe is optimized for best sensitivity in 1H. Well suited for indirect detect experiments.

Other Probehead available :

  Bruker double resonance S-EX : 13C {1H} 10mm with Z-gradients - ultra high temperature probe - max 200 C operation

Note: this probe requires dedicated 10 mm NMR sample tube and increased volume of sample compared to conventional 5 mm preparations.








Rate per hour

  • Subsidized
  • Full

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