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Flame Spectrometer Systems

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FLAME-CHEM spectrometers are fully integrated UV-Vis and Vis-NIR systems for measuring absorbance and transmission of liquid samples in cuvettes. FLAME-CHEM is a great option for teaching labs and research facilities where users seek the performance and flexibility advantages of the Flame spectrometer in a compact, small footprint instrument.

Each FLAME-CHEM system comprises a preconfigured Flame spectrometer, a direct-attach light source and a cuvette holder for 1 cm pathlength cuvettes. Add OceanView spectroscopy software (purchased separately) to complete your system.

 

Overview

  • Fully integrated systems – each setup comprises a Flame spectrometer, light source and cuvette holder
  • UV-Vis and Vis-NIR models – wavelength range options of 200-850 nm (FLAME-CHEM-UV-VIS) and 350-1000 nm (FLAME-CHEM-VIS-NIR)
  • Compact setups – small footprint instruments save bench space, simplify operation
  • Flexible components -- switch out spectrometer slits or remove the cuvette holder to use the system with discrete accessories

Specifications

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Spectroscopy:

Wavelength Range:
200nm - 1μm
Optical Resolution:
1.33 nm FWHM (typical)
Integration Time:
1ms - 65s
Dark Noise:
50 RMS counts
Dynamic Range:
1300:1 for a single acquisition
Input Fiber Connector:
SMA 905
Signal to Noise Ratio:
250:1 (full signal)
Stray light:
<0.10% at 435 nm

Detector:

Pixels:
2048
Detector:
linear silicon CCD array
Detector Collection Lens:
No

Electronics:

A/D Resolution:
16 bit
Connectors:
USB
high density 40 pin JAE DD4 connector
Inputs/Outputs:
8 x user programmable GPIOs
Trigger Modes:
4 modes
Illumination Source:
Combined deuterium-tungsten halogen (200-1100 nm)
Tungsten halogen with a violet LED (~390-1000 nm)
Power Consumption:
250 mA @ 5 VDC

Measurement techniques