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  • Food Analyzer

Photonics Spectra
Nov 2010
Next Instruments Pty Ltd.Request Info
Rapid analysis of food and food ingredients can be provided using the new MultiScan series 3000 food analyzer manufactured by Next Instruments Pty Ltd. Based on a diode array near-infrared transmission spectrometer, the analyzer uses a rotating dish to collect scans from a sample of food by passing NIR light through the sample. The transmitted light passes onto a spectrograph, where it is separated into the NIR spectrum from 720 to 1100 nm. The separated light is detected using a silicon diode array detector to generate the absorbance spectrum. It includes a built-in touch screen and a PC. Running a program called Analysis, the system is designed for simple operation, with the power of a Windows-based software package where spectra, trend plots and running tables can be displayed directly on the screen.


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An optical instrument for forming the spectrum of a light source and recording it on a film. The dispersing medium may be a prism or a diffraction grating. A concave grating requires no other means to form a sharp image of the slit on the film, but a plane grating or a prism requires auxiliary lenses or concave mirrors to act as image-forming means in addition to the dispersing element. Refracting prisms can be used only in parallel light, so a collimating lens is required before the prism and...
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