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Glacier X Spectrometer

BioPhotonics
Feb 2011
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B&W Tek Inc. has unveiled Glacier X, a thermoelectrically cooled miniature fiber-coupled spectrometer, for applications that require high performance and portability. It is equipped with a 2048-element linear CCD array, a 16-bit digitizer and a plug-and-play USB 2.0 interface that transfers data at a rate of up to 180 spectra per second. Compared with noncooled CCD spectrometers, the device offers a higher dynamic range, reduced dark counts and good baseline stability, making it suitable for low-light-level detection and long-term monitoring applications, according to the company. The thermoelectric cooling makes it possible for weak signals, such as fluorescence and Raman, to be integrated for sufficient time to accumulate measurable signals for detection, resulting in a good signal-to-noise ratio. Applications include UV, visible and near-IR spectroscopy.


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