Ocean Optics NIRQuest 512-2.2 spectrometer

Wednesday, 06 October, 2010 | Supplied by: Lastek Pty Ltd



Ocean Optics NIRQuest 512-2.2 spectrometer offers spectral response from 900-2200 nm. The spectrometer is suitable for a number of applications such as chemical analysis, moisture detection and optical fibre characterisation.

The spectrometer uses a 512-element InGaAs (Hamamatsu indium gallium arsenide) array detector in a small optical bench. The optical bench has low-noise electronics and a two-stage thermoelectric cooler. The spectrometer has five different sizes of optical bench slits and six grating options and delivers an optical resolution ranging from ~0.5-5 nm (FWHM).

The spectrometer uses a SpectraSuite operating software that is compatible with Linux, Windows and Mac operating systems. It can also be combined with the Ocean Optics’ Remora Network adapter, which enables the system to be converted into a spectral data server over a Wi-Fi connection or ethernet.

The device has external hardware triggering functions, which enable users to initiate an event after the data acquisition, or to capture the data during an external event. This function can be useful for data capturing from solar simulators or from automated processes.

The company provides NIR spectrometers with varied spectral responses. The NIRQuest series can be used for a number of applications such as medical diagnostics, pharmaceutical analysis and food and beverage monitoring process.

Online: www.lastek.com.au
Phone: 08 8443 8668
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