The 2000 Evolution analyzer works as a quality photometer that works with many microprocessors to function it all properly and with ease. This can work with measurements in a series of parameters that can be adjusted based on what the user might desire. This works with absorbance, end-point, fixed-time, multistandard and kinetic tests in mind with six filters to be used in the process. This works with an automatic interferential filter selector and can work with microprocessors to make it easier to operate. This uses a 5 W halogen lamp to improve accuracy levels and can even handle bichromatic reading functions. The 10-position dry-block incubator is also included and can work with square and cylindrical cuvettes in mind. This also work with a keyboard with an illuminated 32-character display setup and a 20-column thermal printer that can print out the results as necessary.