Collaborating with the world´s leading manufacturers secures access to state-of-the-art UV-VIS-NIR spectrometers, whether transmission, reflection and Czerny-Turner configurations, and that are carefully chosen to meet both standard and custom specifications for sophisticated applications in the lab and in process analysis.
These CCD-based spectrometers feature a high resolution, 100 mm Czerny-Turner optical platform coupled with a Toshiba 3648-element CCD array. The optimised optical path yields both high spectral resolution and high light collection efficiency. A 16-bit DAC is used to convert the analogue signal from the CCD array into a digital stream. The electronics hardware also includes a trigger input and four programmable digital I/Os for interfacing with other equipment such as a light source.
"Hyperspectral imaging collects and processes information from across the electromagnetic spectrum. Such as the human eye sees visible light in three bands (red, green, and blue), spectral imaging divides the spectrum into many more bands. This technique of dividing images into bands can be extended beyond the visible.
For the first time in hyperspectral instrumentation history, BaySpec’s Hyperspectral Imager brings two features together: high performance hyperspectral imaging and full package in a light-weight handheld form factor for ultimate portability. These features enable untethered operation on platforms such as robots (ROV), drones (UAV) and production lines, and effortless adoption for applications ranging from geospatial imaging to in vivo biomedical imaging, wherever and whenever portability and hyperspectral imaging are needed."
Unmatched resolution in a small footprint and a unique optical path are the principal characteristics of reflection grating spectrometers available from AMS Technologies. Signal conditioning tasks, such as filtering, signal processing and complex spectral analysis, can be carried out with the onboard DSP featured in every spectrometer, obviating the need for external data processing in OEM applications.
Spectrometers incorporating thick transmission phase gratings provide high diffraction efficiency and large angular dispersion capability. Along with the ultra-sensitive detector arrays utilised, high-speed parallel processing and continuous spectrum measurements can be performed. These devices can use either a fiber optic input or a slit optics arrangement, as based on customer preferences. The control electronics can output a processed digital signal to provide the exact signal required, although the raw data is also readily available to the user.