BaySpec has released the new Super Gamut series of UV-NIR spectrometers for applications including multicomponent, biochemical, and chemical analysis. The spectrometers use a sensitive CCD array detector and an efficient grating as the detection element and the spectral dispersion element, respectively.
The use of the spectrometers’ grating and the CCD array detector enables continuous spectrum measurements and high-speed parallel processing. The spectrometers utilize a slit optics arrangement or a fiber-optic input based on the preferences of the consumers. The diffracted field of the device is focused on the CCD array detector, while the signal is spectrally dispersed using the grating.
The processed digital signal is read out by the control electronics to gather the required data, while the host can access the processed data, as well as the raw data. The spectrometers, manufactured using economical field proven components, meet the requirements like compact size, long-term reliability, and efficient performance.