The probe is tuned automatically. You can use this instrument for observation of other nuclei with good sensitivity, like F19, P31, B11, Al 27 or N14. For other heteronuclei, I recommend using the b600.
F19 is on the low-band coil, therefore after tuning to F19 you have to tune back to C13 (and not to H1 as on the Varian instruments). It has the best signal-to-noise ratio for F19 of all the instruments in the Center. This configuration allows for F19-H1 correlation experiments, like HOESY, or observing one of these two nuclei while decoupling the other.
The instrument is appropriate for running 2D experiments with pulsed-field-gradients and shaped pulses, as well as selective 1D experiments, as long as the amount of sample and the chemical shifts resolution are not a problem. Ask here for a training.
The temperature range is from room temperature to 150 C.