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Resolution Spectra Systems has introduced the high-resolution, compact Zoom spectra spectrometer.

The handheld instrument, based on proprietary SWIFTS core technology, produces resolution that the company says is 100 times better than that of existing mini spectrometers.

The spectrometer provides high spectral resolution on a simultaneous bandwidth of a few nanometers. It is suitable for monitoring laser emission, continuous or pulsed, and for discriminating modes or physical phenomena that conventional spectrometers do not resolve.

Wavelength range is from 550 to 1070 nm, corrected linearity is >99.6%, signal-to-noise ratio is 340:1, dynamic range is 4300:1, input power range is from 10 nW to 200 μW, and integration time is from 132 ns to 137 s. Maximum measurement rate is 30 kHz.

SWIFTS is a combination of nanotechnology, integrated optics, microelectronics and embedded software.

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Photonics Spectra
Apr 2012
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