Transmission Dip Probes allow for real time liquid absorbance and transmission measurement without needing to use a cuvette. The probe consists of fiber optic cables which attached to your illumination source and deliver light through a lens system to your sample. Next the light is bounced off a probe mirror located in the tip of the probe and returned back to your optical fiber for detection via spectrometer. Dip probes are a convenient and cost-effective option for many on-line and lab applications.
Large Spectral Range of 190nm-2200nm
Enhanced Stability Design includes an integrated mode stripper which enables the end-user to move the probe after a reference has been taken.
Variable Pathlength Design enables the end-user to adjust the optical pathlength of the measurement (2, 5, 10, and 20 mm pathlengths are available).
The Dip Probe Tip fixes the light path for consistent absorbance / transmission measurements, and is easily changed to shorter or longer path tips to measure lower or higher concentrations.
Typical applications include color measurements, chemical concentrations, process monitoring, and environmental chemistry.
DP400-VISNIR is a dip probe with 400um fiber, 10mm path length tip, integrated mode scrambler to improve measurement repeatability.
DP400-UVVIS-SR is a dip probe for UV applications with 400um fiber, 10mm path length tip, integrated mode scrambler to improve measurement repeatability.
DP-TIP are replaceable dip probe tips for DP400 dip probe. Specify 2, 5, 10, or 20mm path. The Dip Probe Tip fixes the light path for consistent absorbance / transmission measurements, and is easily changed to shorter or longer path tips to measure lower or higher concentrations.
|Weight||0.22 pounds (100g)|
|Size (Probe)||5.5” length 0.25” O.D|
|Spectral range||190 – 2200nm|
|Probe Tip Material||Stainless Steel (Thorlon or Quartz optional)|
|Pathlengths||2, 5, 10, or 20 mm|
|Connectors||2 x SMA 905|
StellarNet transmission dip probes are used in many different applications across numerous industries under a wide range of conditions. Given the virtually unlimited variables, comprehensive testing is neither practical nor possible, so in order to provide guidance to our customers on the compatibility of our dip probe accessories we have put together the following guidelines.
* This information provided is not intended to be a certification for use and is merely general guidance on material compatibility. Customers are encouraged to research and test the suitability of the product for their application thoroughly where uncertainty exists prior to use.
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