The Open Path Air Monitoring System (OPS) available from Bruker is an advanced monitoring system based on the technique of Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy.
An interferometer modulates infrared radiation, which is passed to a series of retroreflectors placed several hundred meters away with the help of a telescope.
This telescope receives the reflected radiation, which is then focused onto a detector. The wide spectral range helps in detecting and quantifying a variety of compounds.
The OPS can be used for monitoring air at construction, industrial and municipal locations. The system can also be used for highly accurate measurement of atmospheric gases.
The product features of the Open Path Air Monitoring System are:
- Based on RockSolid interferometer
- Portable and lightweight design
- Tough and reliable
- Real-time analysis of multiple compounds
- Versatile hardware to meet customers’ needs
- Internal source
- Easy to install and dismantle
- Liquid nitrogen is not required