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In this demo, we use the NIRQuest+2.5 NIR spectrometer as part of a diffuse reflectance system for soil analysis. Learn how this compact setup provides a convenient alternative to other soil measurement options, as we identify the moisture content of different organic and topsoil samples.
In this video we measure the moisture content of organic and topsoil samples using the NIRQuest+2.5 spectrometer (900-2500 nm) as part of a diffuse reflectance system. Moisture content in soil is important in agriculture as an indicator of crop health.
NIRQUEST+2.5 - Widest range in NIR, high performance
HL-2000-HP-FHSA - Brightest halogen source
QR600-7-VIS-125F - Large-core fibers for more light
RPH-1 - Holder to maintain consistent sampling geometry
WS-1 - Robust PTFE diffuse reflection standard
RPH-ADP - Adapter for QR600 to work with RPH-1
STAN-HOLDER - convenient holder for WS-1
For more information on these and other products, visit the product pages below.
Reflectance standards are available for diffuse or specular reflectance applications. To ensure best results, select a standard with reflectivity comparable to the sample to be measured.
Prices From $468.00
OceanView 2.0 is a smooth and powerful new version of our flagship spectroscopy application. The software runs on Windows, Mac OS and Linux, and controls Ocean Insight spectrometers.
Prices From $305.00
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