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Arcoptix.jpgThe Arcspectro HT-2D from Arcoptix SA is a stationary Fourier transform (FT) spectrometer. The 400- to 1100-nm spectrometer exhibits 1.7-, 5- and 10-nm FWHM spectral resolution at 400, 700 and 1000 nm, respectively. The USB 2.0 spectrometer employs a CMOS silicon 2-D detector array of 1280 × 1024 pixels and polarization optics. It can record spectra in as little time as 0.05 ms with dark noise as low as 0.02 counts. It measures 60 × 60 × 80 mm and weighs 300 g.

Jun 2008

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