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The Blue-Wave spectrometers from StellarNet Inc. measure in the UV-VIS-NIR wavelength ranges from 190 to 1150 nm. The family consists of 15 models to provide configurations for a variety of spectral ranges and resolutions with dispersive optics imaging to a 2048-element CCD detector array. The devices have SMA-905 fiber optic input with a high-speed USB 2.0 computer interface. Their integrated 16-bit digitizer and spectral memory produce a signal-to-noise ratio of 1000:1 with conversion times down to 1 ms. Measurement applications include chemical analysis via absorbance and fluorescence.


BioPhotonics
Oct 2008
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