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Horiba Scientific has released the VS-7000-PDA, a mini fiber optic linear photodiode array (PDA) spectrometer with a UV-VIS range from 200 to 860 nm, VIS from 380 to 750 nm or UV-NIR from 200 to 1050 nm.

The compact device provides a colossal full well from 100 Me to 1 Ge, low noise (2.6 counts), high readout speed of 3.5 ms maximum and a signal-to-noise ratio of 10,000:1. Its concave holographic grating features very low stray light in the UV region, and the high dynamic range of its CMOS PDA detector enables OEM applications including liquid chromatography.

Its single-optic design offers suitable light purity and, with no moving parts or shutter, reliability for OEM integration. It is offered with Windows acquisition software for initial evaluation; LabView VIs or DLLs are available for OEM integration.

Photonics Spectra
Jul 2013

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