The Super Gamut UV-NIR Series employs a highly efficient grating as the spectral dispersion element and a sensitive CCD array detector as the detection element for high-speed parallel processing and continuous spectrum measurements. Features include three programmable slit options or a fiber input, a CCD array detector, no moving parts, optical throughput with f/3, millisecond response time, and factory calibration.
Bayspec Introduces UV-NIR Spectrometer
Expands SuperGamut family from 190-1080nm
The Super Gamut UV-NIR Series employs a highly efficient grating as the spectral dispersion element and an ultra sensitive CCD array detector as the detection element, thereby providing high-speed parallel processing and continuous spectrum measurements. As an input, the device uses a fiber optic input or slit optics arrangement based on customer preferences. The signal is spectrally dispersed with the grating and the diffracted field is focused onto a CCD array detector. The control electronics read out the processed digital signal to extract required information. Both the raw data and the processed data are available to the host.
BaySpec's Super Gamut series UV-NIR spectrometers are designed to meet real-world challenges for best-in-class performance, long-term reliability, and compact size. Benefiting from experience manufacturing high-volume spectral monitoring devices for the telecommunications industry, BaySpec's spectral devices utilize low-cost field proven components. For the first time in instrumentation history an affordable, accurate and ruggedized spectral device is a reality.
Performance with Flexibility
Ruggedized, reliable, no moving parts
Compact size and high efficiency
Outstanding optical throughput with f/3
Fast milli-sec response time
Factory calibrated for long-life
3 Programmable slit options, or fiber input
Low cost of ownership
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HPLC, HPGC Engines
Color / Dyes
QA/QC of mixtures
Small volume samples
Posted by Lee Mather
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