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Benchtop Spectrometer

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BaySpec Inc.’s SuperGamut series benchtop spectrometers incorporate multiple spectrographs and detectors, an optional light source(s) and sampling optics into one turnkey system to deliver high-speed response and long-term reliability for hyperspectral imager characterization, custom light source measurement and pulsed radiometry applications.

The instrument uses volume phase grating technology and can be operated at wavelengths from 190 to 2500 nm. Users can combine one, two, three or multiple spectral engines, depending on wavelength range and resolution requirements.

Photonics Spectra
Jul 2013

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