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Spectrophotometer

BioPhotonics
May 2011
B&W TekRequest Info
 
B&W Tek Inc. has updated its i-Spec portable spectrophotometer. The system is equipped with silicon and InGaAs array detectors, allowing it to measure from 350 to 2600 nm. It provides optimized high-throughput spectrographs, a plug-and-play USB interface, broadband and high-speed measurement systems, and built-in high-intensity light sources with forced-air cooling and SMA905 fiber optic input/output connections. Fiber sampling accessories make it suitable for broadband transmission, reflection, absorption and emission measurement applications. The newest model, the BWS005A, features an extended InGaAs array detector with a built-in AutoZero function, resulting in 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 instrument is suitable for use in agricultural and pharmaceutical applications.


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GLOSSARY
absorption
The transfer of energy from an incident electromagnetic energy field with wavelength or frequency to an atomic or molecular medium.
reflection
Return of radiation by a surface, without change in wavelength. The reflection may be specular, from a smooth surface; diffuse, from a rough surface or from within the specimen; or mixed, a combination of the two.  
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