Flame Spectrometer, UV

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Flame UV-VIS Spectrometers

  • Wave Length Range: 200nm – 850nm
  • Integration Time: 1ms – 65s
  • Dark Noise: 50 RMS counts
  • Signal to Noise Ratio: 250:1 (full signal), 300:1 (full signal)
  • Input Fiber Connector: SMA 905
  • Detector: Linear silicon CCD array
  • Entrance slit: 25 µm
  • A/D Resolution: 16 bit
  • Connectors: USB, high density 40 pin JAE DD4 connector

For more details: https://www.oceaninsight.com/products/spectrometers/general-purpose-spectrometer/flame-series/flame-uv-vis/

Key FeatureBest ForExample Applications
User Interchangeable SlitsUsers who wish to vary resolution and throughput during measurements, or switch from absorbance to fluorescence in minutesLife science and other labs using a variety of biological samples
Indicator LEDsConvenient visual reference for spectrometer operation and statusTeaching and general lab use
Thermal StabilityApplications that require repeatable results in industrial and other environments with varying temperatures and conditionsLED binning and light metrology, process monitoring
Reduced Unit to Unit VariationOEM applications such as uncalibrated sensitivity and other measurement needs where users benefit from low varianceOEM manufacturers of analytical instrumentation
ConfigurabilityOptimizing your spectrometer for application-specific requirements; adjusting range, throughput and resolution and adding features such as filters as requiredLaser characterization, low signal fluorescence and optimizing for specific absorbance bands
Plug & Play OperationUsers that want the convenience of simple, fast operation via the microUSB connection; enables users to take the measurement to the sampleRemote sensing measurements in the field, including air and water quality monitoring and solar irradiance
Ease of IntegrationOEMs and developers who need to integrate a spectrometer as part of a system via microUSB or RS-232Engineering labs, developers, OEM manufacturers; works with LabVIEW and other design platforms