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B&W Tek Inc. has expanded its Exemplar smart spectrometer line with the introduction of the Exemplar LS and Exemplar Plus.

The miniature spectrometers are used in high-speed reaction kinetics, laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy and real-time process monitoring.

The new models feature a low-stray-light “unfolded” Czerny-Turner spectrograph to provide good performance below 400 nm. The Exemplar LS integrates into compact UV and UV/VIS spectrophotometer systems.

The Exemplar Plus offers an increased focal length, decreasing the linear dispersion and improving the spectral resolution. This enables selection of lower groove density gratings to provide a wider spectral range. It also features a sensitive, high-dynamic-range thermoelectrically cooled back-thinned CCD detector with 2048 effective pixels.

Photonics Spectra
Dec 2012
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