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Ocean Insight offers NIR spectrometers that meet price and performance criteria at every level. Find the right model for your application.
Enhanced optical bench and aperture design
Higher sensitivity and lower limits of detection (LOD)
Wider spectral range than most shortwave IR instruments
Cost effective for integrators
Low power consumption
Minimal unit-to-unit variability
|Type:||InGaAs array (cooled)||
FT-IR device w/Michelson interferometer on a MEMS-based chip
|InGaAs array (uncooled)|
|Option(s) Available within this Wavelength Range:||900-2500 nm||1350-2500 nm||970-1700 nm|
|Optical Resolution (FWHM):||~3.1-7.6 nm||8.0 nm or 16.0 nm||10.0 nm (typical)|
NIRQuest+1.7 (900-1700 nm w/25 µm slit)
|NANOQ-2.5 (1350-2500 nm w/8.0 or 16.0 nm FWHM optical resolution)||
FLAME-NIR+ (970-1700 nm w/25 µm slit)
NIRQuest+2.2 (900-2200 nm w/25 µm slit)
NIRQuest+2.5 (900-2500 nm w/25 µm slit)
Moisture content of fruits and grains
Chemical concentration measurements
Chemical composition of biological samples
Identification of pharma ingredients
Monitoring of hydrocarbon extraction
Fat content in edible oils
|Compatibility with Accessories:||Yes||
Yes; also available are special 400 µm fiber (included w/purchase) and reflection probe (optional)
|Dimensions (mm):||182 x 110 x 47||70 x 50 x 25||89.1 x 63.3 x 31.9|
Here are a few considerations to keep in mind when using a near-infrared spectrometer. NIR spectroscopy is a versatile and valuable technique for a wide range of applications.
One of the most exciting developments in NIR spectroscopy is its use in commercial processes. NIR is a good tool on which we can discriminate and make decisions about product quality.
FT-NIR spectroscopy offers a simple tool to identify different types of textiles, with distinct spectral features observed at wavelengths >1350 nm. This approach may be useful for authentication of natural and synthetic consumer textile products.
Learn how spectroscopy can be used in plastics recycling to identify and sort plastics with a high degree of specificity. Integrating spectroscopy into recycling streams can streamline processes by mitigating the need for some sorting steps.