• Fastest Spectrometer Yet

Environmental Laboratory

Fastest Spectrometer Yet

Apr 21 2008

For applications that monitor high-speed chemical and biochemical reactions, Ocean Optics (The Netherlands) has produced its fastest spectrometer ever. The USB2000+ Miniature Fiber Optics Spectrometer can transfer 1000 scans per second into memory when connected to a computer via the highspeed USB 2.0 port.
The spectrometer can measure optical properties within a wavelength band of 200 - 1100 nm. It can be equipped with a custom selected fixed grating which disperses the light to the 2048-element CCD array detector, producing results at a resolution to 0.35nm (FWHM)*.
Operating the USB2000+ Spectrometer is easy. The user simply installs the user interface SpectraSuite software, and connects the spectrometer to the computer via the USB cable. No other power source is required.
SpectraSuite is completely modular, Java-based spectroscopy software that operates on Windows, Macintosh and Linux.
The USB2000+ features a programmable microcontroller that allows flexibility in controlling the spectrometer through its digital and analog GPIO** inputs and outputs. It can be used in various trigger modes. The internal EEPROM*** stores the wavelength calibration which will automatically be used by the operating software.
Users work with Ocean Optics applications scientists to build an optimal system for their application choosing among 14 gratings, 6 slits and hundreds of fibre optic accessories.

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