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Sol2.2A NIR Spectrometer

Photonics.com
Oct 2010
B&W TekRequest Info
 
NEWARK, Del., Oct. 4, 2010 — B&W Tek Inc. has announced its newest near-infrared spectrometer, the Sol2.2A, with a spectral range from 1100 to 2200 nm. It features a built-in AutoZero function that results in very low noise and a high dynamic range. It is designed with four levels of gain, producing good results for most applications in low-light-level near-infrared detection.

The InGaAs array instrument also is equipped with built-in three-stage thermoelectric cooling down to -10 °C, with no external control box, allowing for easy integration via a 5-VDC power supply. It delivers 12-nm FWHM spectral resolution, with custom resolutions available. It is supplied standard with 256 pixels, with 512 and 1024 also available.

Other features include a built-in 16-bit digitizer, and an optional shutter and RS-232 interface. An SMA 905 fiber optic input and software also are included. The user can choose between high-sensitivity and high-dynamic-range mode. The spectrometer is USB 2.0 plug-and-play compatible.


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GLOSSARY
shutter
A mechanical or electronic device used to control the amount of time that a light-sensitive material is exposed to radiation.
spectrometer
A kind of spectrograph in which some form of detector, other than a photographic film, is used to measure the distribution of radiation in a particular wavelength region.  
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