RFX-1 reflectance fixture with integrated 10 watt halogen bulb for VIS-NIR. Place samples on top of fixture for real-time reflectance analysis. Collimating lens reduces sample spot size to 5mm and feeds the SMA-905 fiber optic interface to the spectrometer
RFX-2 reflectance fixture with integrated 10,000 hour 5 watt halogen bulb for VIS-NIR. No collimating lens increases sample spot size to 20mm for the SMA-905 fiber optic interface to the spectrometer. Ideal for delta-E* color measurements. Ultimate stability achieved with 2 stage bulb power supply
RFX-3D is similar to the RFX-1 with 3 fiber connectors to spectrometer each positioned 120 degrees in a circle thus eliminating the need to rotate coarse grain samples. Reflectance from 3 positions is combined using special 3-to-1 fiber for spectrometer.
RFX-HP- Reflectance fixture with an integrated 20 watt halogen bulb and 3 fiber connectors to spectrometer each positioned 120 degrees in a circle thus eliminating the need to rotate non uniform samples. Reflectance from 3 positions is combined using special 3-to-1 fiber for spectrometer. Includes internal fresnel lens, collection lenses, and upgraded lamp power specifically designed for NIR reflectance spectroscopy
RPH3 can also be used as a Fluorescence Probe Holder stand for direct excitation of solid and powdered fluorescence agents.
IC2 is a 2” cube with internal integrating sphere. It has 5/8” input port and SMA fiber optic output. Another SMA input can be used for reflectance illumination. Select the CR2-TP miniature tripod for mounting the IC2 for alignment and repeatable measurement.
|RFX Reflectance Fixtures|
|Weight||3.2 pounds (1452 g)|
|Size||5” x 5-¼” ø top x 3-½” ø bottom|
|Spectral range||350 nm – 2200 nm|
|Fiber Options||Any, F600-1TO3D recomended|
|Sample port||1-¼” diameter|
|Lamp Power||5,10, or 20 watts|
|IC2 Integrating Spheres|
|Sphere diameter||2 inches|
|Input Port Diameter||5/8"|
|Fiber Optic Connectors||2 SMA-905 (1 Input for reflectance and 1 output to spectrometer)|
|Internal Coating||Barium Sulfate|
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