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EPP2000-UVN-SR High-Performance Wide Range SpectroRadiometer

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StellarNet has announced a new high-performance, broadband spectrometer for the 200- to 1100-nm range. The optics include a UV-enhanced, 2048-pixel CCD detector with a special composite grating that has no moving parts to provide 0.75 nm resolution with a 14-um slit at a surprisingly low cost. An integrated order sorting filter allows the broadband instrument to be spectroradiometrically calibrated for precision measurement of absolute light intensities. A 50 um slit or larger is recommended for best spectroradiometer performance. The portable instrument is packaged in a rugged HR enclosure with SMA905 fiber optic input. It can be attached directly to a computer's high-speed USB (1 or 2) port, or high speed IEEE1284 parallel port. Numerous other StellarNet models provide a variety of operational ranges and optical resolutions down to 0.1 nm, suitable for spectroscopy applications such as chemical and optical analysis, spectroradiometry, spectrocolorimetry, UV spectrum analysis, remote sensing, LIBS and process control monitoring.
Jul 2005

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