The world's fastest and only currently available imaging spectrometer in the mid infrared region for Online Process Control
MID INFRARED SPECTROMETER for Online Process Monitoring: The world's fastest and only currently available imaging spectrometer in the mid infrared region for Online Process Control.
- Online quality control.
Fully factory calibrated.
- High speed for online characterization. Single shot spectra obtained at 7 KHz and updated at 1320 Hz.
- Imaging for simultaneous spectra.
- 2D scanner for hyper spectral imaging.
- Simultaneous testing of multiple constituents.
Some of the applications……………….
- Measurement of additives and sulphur content in fuel
- Determination of octane and cetane numbers.
- Estimation of moisture content in aviation fuel.
- Analysis of solids, liquids and gases.
- Smoke stack monitoring.
Mid Infrared Operation: The Lead Selenide array detector has excellent responsivity to mid-infra red radiation.
Long life, Zero maintenance: The Lead Selenide array detector has a MTBF (mean time between failures) of 100,000 hours. The detector uses an inbuilt thermoelectric cooler and does not employ cryogenic cooling.
Wide Operating Range: The instrument is sealed for use in adverse environments and can also be nitrogen purged. Detector performance is stabilized by active thermal management.
Convenient User Interface: The Infraspec GUI performs the basic data collection functions in addition to providing various data reduction, display and plotting options.
Accessories & Interfaces: Accessories for laser target spotting, high-resolution imaging, wavelength filtering, and modules for absorption and reflectance spectroscopy, sampling accessories such as fixed and variable path length gas and liquid flow cells are available.
Rugged and Portable: The ES 100 is compact, lightweight and rugged. It does not use gratings or moving mirrors. In fact it has no moving optical parts and does not require alignment by the user.
Spectraline, Inc., 1291 A, Cumberland Avenue, West Lafayette, IN 47906. Tel: 765-497-2993 ; Fax: 765-463-7004.