UV-VIS NIR spectrometer has fiber-optic input

Oct. 27, 2009
The LF-500 is a UV-VIS NIR spectrometer with fiber-optic input that operates in the 320-1100 nm range. Fiber input provides a variety of sample interfacing configurations.

The LF-500 from Spectral Evolution is a fiber-optic-input UV-VIS NIR spectrometer that operates in the 320-1100 nm range. Fiber input provides a variety of ample interfacing configurations. The fiber optics are matched to the optical system, providing optimal signal-to-noise ratio. The instrument offers a variety of elements and Si photodiode array for a range of spectral-resolution options. It also features on-board calibration, storage, shutter/dark scan, and automatic exposure. Applications include water/moisture, refining, petrochemical, food, and polymers.
Spectral Evolution
North Andover, MA

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