Fluorescence spectrometer Exemplar HT
RamanVis-NIRlaboratory

fluorescence spectrometer
fluorescence spectrometer
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Characteristics

Type
fluorescence, Raman, Vis-NIR
Field
laboratory, process, for analysis, for scientific applications, for gas analysis, for spectroscopy, for medical applications, for process gas, for medical applications, for water treatment
Configuration
modular
Detector type
CCD
Other characteristics
high-sensitivity, USB, high-precision, high-speed
Wavelength

Min.: 532 nm

Max.: 1,100 nm

Length

220 mm (8.66 in)

Description

Exemplar HT Deep cooled high throughput spectrometer The Exemplar HT (model BTC667N) is a high-performance and high throughput spectrometer which features a low noise deep-cooled (-25oC) back-thinned (BT) CCD detector array with high dynamic range. The unique transmission-optics based spectrograph equipped with the high quantum efficiency detector, provides a superior data quality when configured for use in the 532-1100nm spectral range. The BTC667N offers very high signal-to-noise ratio, making it ideal for ultra low light level applications. Applications: - Raman and Fluorescence Spectroscopy - On-line Process Monitoring - BioMedical Spectroscopy - Gas and Water Analysis Features SMART: On-board processing including averaging, smoothing, and dark compensation SPEED: Acquires and transfers more than 140 spectra per second at an integration time of 6.3ms SIGNAL TO NOISE RATIO: Integration time of 30 minutes will give a SNR better than 540:1 Additional Features: High Vis and NIR Response 2048 Detector Elements Over 60% QE at 200nm (80% Peak QE) Software-configurable Cooling Temperature (-25° Default) Ultra Low Noise

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