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  • Near-IR Spectrometers

Photonics Spectra
Apr 2011
Photon Control Inc.Request Info
Photon Control Inc. has unveiled the SPM-001-NIR1700S and SPM-001-NIR2500W near-IR spectrometers. The high-resolution 140-mm-focal-length optical bench spectrometers feature a thermoelectrically cooled 512-pixel InGaAs linear array and are available with two detectors to enhance the spectral range from 900 up to 2500 nm for expanding detection capabilities further into the near-IR. The longer focal length enables the company to offer customization for both wide and narrow spectral ranges. The devices are equipped with an internal digital signal processing chip and feature software based on LabView. They have applications in mineral identification, process automation technology, laser characterization and tuning, thin-film thickness measurement, reflectance, transmission, absorption, and petrochemical and pharmaceutical analysis.


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The transfer of energy from an incident electromagnetic energy field with wavelength or frequency to an atomic or molecular medium.
optical bench
A support for optical parts comprising a solid bed that permits precise longitudinal movement of one component relative to the others, and a number of sliders equipped with holders for lenses, lamps, apertures, eyepieces, ground glass, etc. Scales often are provided to measure the movement of the various sliders. Some special-purpose benches carry a nodal slide and flat-field bar with a microscope carriage for lens testing. Two-dimensional benches have appeared recently that consist of a...
The ratio of reflected flux to incident flux. Unless otherwise specified, the total reflectance is meant; it is sometimes convenient to divide this into the sum of the specular and the diffuse reflectance.
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