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New High Sensitivity Compact NIR Spectrometers!

Avantes, leading innovator in the field of spectroscopy,  now offers another instrument in the NIR Line: the AvaSpec-NIR 2.5-HSC.

When higher resolution or more data points for multivariate modelling is required, the new Compact High Sensitivity AvaSpec NIR512-2.5 spectrometer is the answer.

The new and improved versions of our NIR spectrometers offer more sensitivity, less weight and less size. They are based on a 100mm optical bench with a NA of 0.13 offering optimal balance between resolution and sensitivity.

The 2.5-HSC series feature 256 or 512 pixel InGaAs detectors and are avail­able in multiple configurations. These instruments are perfect for grain, corn, wheat, soya, polymers but also for medical uses, process monitoring and other analysis. The 256 pixel detectors offer best sensitivity for most applica­tions. For applications where resolution is key, or more datapoints for modelling is required, the 512 pixel detector will be the best choice.

  • A range of gratings are available offering the possibility to tailor the instrument for optimal performance in your applica­tion.
  • The instrument is equipped with a replaceable slit which offers you great flexibility in your experiment.

Avantes is the world leader in the field of spectroscopy. They develop and manufacture spectrometers, light sources, software, fiber optic cables, and accessories. Avantes' products are highly customizable, adaptable to any specific application, and integrated into even the smallest housings. These products therefore find usage in many OEM applications and markets, as well as in the scientific and industrial world. With over 20 years of experience, Avantes continues to produce innovative applications in diverse fields including chemical, solar energy, agriculture, gemology, (bio)medical, semiconductor, light measurement and food processing technology.

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