Avaspec ULS2048L-EVO; more speed, more memory! Avantes, leading innovator in the field of spectroscopy, now offers the first instrument in the new EVO series: the AvaSpec-ULS2048L-EVO. Using the new electronics board AS 7010 this spectrometer has all the advantages of the current AvaSpec-ULS2048L-USB2 but offers USB3.0 communication as well, which means 10x higher speed compared to USB2. Unique is the second communication port which offers Gigabit Ethernet for integration in your company network and possibility for long distance communication. Besides the high speed communication options, the EVO also offers a fast microprocessor and 50x more memory which can help you to store more spectra onboard and realize more functionality. This unique, first to the market combination enables you to create high speed multichannels systems, perfectly suited for most robust industrial applications. Options include a deep-UV detector coating, for better performance in the deep-UV-range, a detector collection lens to enhance sensitivity in the 200-1100 nm range and order-sorting filter to reduce 2nd order effects. • GigaEthernet and USB3.0 communication facilitate high speed data transfer (up to 900 (ETH) or 4500 (USB3.0) spectra per second) • Fifty times more on board memory for on board storage of up to 50,000 spectra • All new high speed microprocessor to facilitate faster data processing, on board calculations • Robust GigaEthernet interface for process control and long distance instrument interface Avantes is the world leader in the field of spectroscopy. They develop and manufacture spectrometers, light sources, software, fiber optic cables, and accessories. Avantes' products are highly customizable, adaptable to any specific application, and integrated into even the smallest housings. These products therefore find usage in many OEM applications and markets, as well as in the scientific and industrial world. With over 20 years of experience, Avantes continues to produce innovative applications in diverse fields including chemical, solar energy, agriculture, gemology, (bio)medical, semiconductor, light measurement and food processing technology.