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B+W Tek Rolls Out Fiber Coupled NIR Spectrometer with AutoZero Function

B&W Tek, manufacturer of optical spectroscopy solutions for physical and biomedical communities, has launched a new fiber coupled NIR spectrometer.

The Sol 2.6 high-performance InGaAs array spectrometer features 256 pixels and offers a large dynamic range and high throughput in a spectral range between 1550 and 2550 nm.

 

Sol 2.6 Spectrometer

 

The Sol 2.6 spectrometer has an inbuilt AutoZero function that delivers high dynamic range and with reduced noise. It is designed with four gain levels and delivers enhanced results for applications in low light level NIR identification. The spectrometer also has an inbuilt three-stage cooler without an external control box and enables convenient integration by offering +5 V DC power.

B&W Tek’s Chief Operating Officer, Jack Zhou commented that the Sol 2.6 spectrometer has a low dead pixel percentage when compared to other spectrometers in its class. He added that this feature makes the spectrometer suitable for biological and process monitoring applications.

Source: http://www.bwtek.com/

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