Understanding Technological Advancements in IR detectors for Gas Analysis

A Laser Focus World-hosted webinar sponsored by VIGO Photonics

Originally broadcast on October 4, 2023. Now available On Demand.

Sponsor: VIGO Photonics

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No matter what you’re measuring, choosing the detector with the right level of sensitivity for your gas analysis or spectroscopy application can be daunting. And discovering one with the technology that enables you to make measurements you never thought possible could be groundbreaking. Understanding the technology will help you make the right decision.

In this webinar, you’ll learn about the latest advancements in detector technology designed for long-wave IR spectroscopy and gas analysis—and how the new detectors are optimized for specific applications such as FTIR or TDLAS. We will present a complete new product line of detectors - single and multi-element, liquid nitrogen (LN2 ) or TE-cooled and uncooled, with filters and without.

Who should attend:

Engineers and researchers interested in spectroscopy, leakage detection, and gas analysis, particularly in long-wave IR. Those who utilize detectors and sensors in industries such as aerospace, agriculture, defense, energy, environmental research, medicine, and semiconductors. Designers and purchasers who work with gas detection and analysis.


Jędrzej Mijas | Application Engineer | VIGO Photonics

Working in VIGO as an application engineer since 2020, specializing in spectroscopy and gas sensing applications. Previously also cooperating with the Institute of High Pressure Physics 'Unipress' PAS. Former member and current supporter of the Student Association of Optics and Photonics KNOF UW.During his studies at the University of Warsaw he gained broad theoretical knowledge and practical experience in infrared optics, focusing on different spectroscopic methods. The expertise gained in academia was confirmed by construction of a TDLAS system for trace ethane detection in human breath as his master's thesis.

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