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Raman Spectrometer System

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Tec5USA Inc. has introduced a Raman spectrometer system for process control. Based on the established MultiSpec spectrometer system, the new cassettes contain a laser light source and a high-resolution spectrometer. A fiber optic Raman probe completes the measurement setup.

A temperature-stabilized, semiconductor laser provides 50 to 500 mW of 785-nm excitation light. The system is housed in a plug-in cassette with an FC fiber-optic output connector on the front panel to allow an easy connection to the Raman probe.

The spectrometer cassette uses a high-throughput, high-resolution spectrograph based on a sensitive TE-cooled scientific-grade CCD detector. In conjunction with tec5’s electronics, it allows accurate measurements with high dynamic range.

The probe is connected by fiber optic cables to the main system, providing high flexibility for the measurement setup. A special Raman version of the process-proven MultiSpec Pro software complements the system and pr

Photonics Spectra
Jul 2013
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