High Resolution Spectrometer Features
- Resolutions better than 0.1nm
- Double the resolution over standard models
- UV-VIS and High Resolution NIR options
- Units are stackable for wide range analysis
HR High Resolution fiber optic spectrometers are available in several low cost models for UV, VIS, and NIR applications. The cost is a $500 HR upgrade from a standard BLUE-Wave model. The HR spectrometers have double the resolution over standard models with the same grating. The wavelength range is reduced by the same factor. Resolutions better than 0.1nm can be achieved depending on selected model range, detector, and slit size.
Applications include wavelength monitoring and characterization for tunable lasers/LEDs and other sources such as elemental emissions from plasma & Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy. Also, optical sensing of temperature, pressure, & position are enabled via Bragg grating technology.
|Dynamic Range:||2000:1 with 8 decades||Dimensions:||44 x 94 x 150 mm|
|Optical Resolution:||see model table – to 0.1 nm||Power Consumption:||100 mA @ 5 VDC|
|Detector Type:||2048 pixel CCD, PDA opt.||Interface:||Parallel and USB-2|
|Detector Range:||190-1600 nm||Data Transfer Speed:||3x / 40x faster than USB-1|
|Pixel Size:||14 x 200 um||Detector Integration:||1 ms to 65 s|
|Diffraction Gratings:||Holographic & ruled||Slit Size Options:||5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 200 um|
|Grating g/mm:||300, 600, 1200, 1800, 2400||Stray Light:||<0.1% at 435 nm; <0.05% at 600 nm|
|Spectrograph:||f/4, SymX-Czerny-Turner||Fiber Optic Input:||SMA905 0.22 na single fiber|
|Order Sorting Filter:||Integrated & High Pass||Operating Systems:||Windows XP/Vista/7|
|Signal to Noise:||1000:1 CCD, PDA 2000:1||Software Included:||SpectraWiz program & apps|
|Digitizer:||16-bit||Also Free Programs For:||LabView / VC / VBA / Delphi|
The SpectraWiz software is included to accurately measure wavelength emissions, reflectance, transmission, absorption, concentrations, and absolute intensities.
High Resolution Sample Spectra
|HR Model||Wavelength Range (nm)||Grating g / mm||Grating Range (nm)||Nm / pixel dispersion||Slit-25 nm res.||Slit-14 nm res.||Slit-7 nm res.|
PORTA-LIBS Standard Resolution (SR) Spectrometer Models
|LSR Models||Wavelength Range (nm)||Grating g / mm||Slit-14 nm res.|
PORTA-LIBS High Resolution (HR) Spectrometer Options
|LHR Models||Wavelength Range (nm)||Grating g / mm||Slit-7 nm res.|
Near-Infrared High Resolution Spectrometer Models- More NIR Spectrometer Options
|DWARF-Star & RED-Wave Models||Wavelength Range (nm)||InGaAs Pixel #||Slit-25 nm res.|
Free SpectraWiz Software The powerful SpectraWiz® spectrometer software is provided free of charge with every spectrometer instrument. This includes drivers and customizable software for Windows. The SpectraWiz software is considered the “Swiss Army Knife of Spectroscopy” and may be used to accurately measure wavelength emissions, reflectance, transmission, absorption, concentrations, and absolute intensities. In addition to real-time spectroscopy, SpectraWiz® has built-in applications for SpectroRadiometry, SpectroColorimetry, ChemWiz chemistry lab concentration analyzer, and UV level monitors. Download SpectraWiz Software FREE
Detector Collection Lens
Above is a detector collection lens (DLENS) which can be added to the detector window in any BLUE-Wave model spectrometer. When used with larger diameter fibers (600um and 1000um) the DLENS can increase the light collecting efficiency by up to 3 times! This detector upgrade is great for low light application such as fluorescence, reflectance, or any application where increased light collection and data acquisition speed are important.
DLENS upgrade =$150
JACK 1-In Trigger
TTL input trigger to enable spectrometer scan $100
UV detector upgrade (UDET) =$158 , UVN detector upgrade=$500
Units may be daisy chained via USB-2 hub allowing simple configurations for dual and multi-beam process applications. 8 BLUE-Wave spectrometers can be operated at once!
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