ARCspectro HT-HR


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ARCspectro HT-HR DATA SHEET

Ultra-HighThroughput Fourier Transform Spectrometer The ARCspectro HT-HR is a stationary Fourier transform spectrometer that is based on polarization optics. It provides an extremely high sensitivity and is ideal for measurements of low light or diffusing sources. Its unique design permits to collect light over a large surface of several millimeters.Depnding of the optical setup it can gather about 50x more light than a grating spectrometers (with similar resolution) The optical setup is extremely simple because the user can directly illuminate the 4 mm entrance window with the light to be spectrally analyzed without need of cumbersome and expensive focusing optics. It can also be used in combination with large lightguides. Typical characteristics of the HT series are • Ultra-high-throughput • Large spectral range: 400nm-1050nm • High resolution • No moving parts, Robust monolithic design Applications • Raman spectroscopy • Fluorescence spectroscopy • Reflectance measurement • Colorimetry For additional information please contact: ARCOPTIX S.A. Trois-Portes 18, 2000 Neuchâtel, Switzerland Tel. +41 32 731 0464 Fax +41 32 731 0463 [email protected] www.arcoptix.com Specifications are subject to change without notice

FEATURES & BENEFITS A monolithic bloc design makes the HT insensitive to external conditions and robust. The heart of the HT is made of materials that are transparent over a large spectral range and the sensitivity is only limited by the detector. High resolution and High throughput are combined in Fourier transform spectroscopy because resolution is limited by the maximum optical path difference and not by the entrance slit. The entrance aperture is several millimeters large. Simple optical setup integration is possible because there is no need for injection or fiber optics. Its comapct design (for a FT spectrometer) and its USB connection makes this device practical to use.

© 2007 ARCoptix S.A.

ARCspectro HT-HR DATA SHEET

ARCspectro HT-HR specification overview: Spectral range Signal-to-Noise (single measurement full detector dynamic used, Ratio between the peak value and bottom value of HeNe Spectrum)

The ARCspectro HT is highly modular systems and ready for custom spectroscopy.

400 nm – 1050 nm

300 :1 (Multiplex advantage)

Detector type

Silicon detector array

Dark noise

2-3 counts RMS over a total of 4096 count

Detector sensitivity

~15 photons per count

Full well capacity

30’000 e-

Spectral Resolution (FWHM) 400 nm 700 nm 1000 nm

0.8 nm 2.5 nm 5 nm

Wavelength Accuracy

< 0.5 nm

Operating Temperature

10°C – 50°C

Measurement time

1 ms to infinite

Operating Voltage

5 V (USB powered)

Light guide core diameter (optional)

4 mm

Entrance aperture

4 mm (Diam.)

Communication Interface

USB

Software Interface

Windows XP

Sampling rate

0.5 MHz

A/D converter

16 bit

Product Dimensions (including electronics)

12 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm

Product Weight

400 g

Power Consumption

0.2 W

Wavelength temperature drift

>0.001nm/°C

ARCoptix is a company located in Neuchâtel (Switzerland) in the heart of the watch valley. For more information about ARCoptix, visit www.arcoptix.com

Specifications are subject to change without notice

Light can be brought to the spectrometer via a 4mm diameter light guide

Data transfer and power supply via USB port.

Software Module for Windows XP © 2007 ARCoptix S.A.

ARCspectro HT-2D DATA SHEET

Ultra - Compact High - Throughput Fourier Transform Spectrometer The ARCspectro HT-2D is an ultra compact stationary Fourier transform spectrometer. Based on polarization optics it provides an extremely high sensitivity and is ideal for measurements of low light and diffusing sources (diffuse reflection and turbid media). Its unique design permits to collect light over a large angles and it has an high entrance surface of several millimeters. The operation principle prevents from problems like drift or dark noise which allows high contrasts at single shot measurements. Thanks to its 2D camera it averages over 1000 measurements in one shot! It can be used in extremely simple optical setups, no need for focusing optics. The user can directly illuminate the entrance opening with the light to be spectrally analyzed or can bring the light to the system with fiber bundles. Typical characteristics of the HT series are • Ultra High throughput (100x more than a grating spectrometer)

FEATURES & BENEFITS Good resolution and High throughput are combined in Fourier transform spectroscopy because resolution is limited by the maximum optical path difference and not by the entrance slit. The entrance aperture is several millimeters large. The heart of the HT 2D is made of materials that are transparent over a large spectral range and the sensitivity is only limited by the detector. Also a Fourier Transform Spectrometer does not need second order rejection filters.

• Large spectral range: 400nm-1100nm • Very low dark noise 0.02 counts (1024 lines averaging) • Simple optical setup (no need for extra optics) • Hardware and software trigger

The external and software trigger allow to use the instrument for industrial application where precise control is necessary.

• No drift • Very short integration times (0.05ms)

• Variable Gain • No moving parts • Metallic anodized housing with useful fixation treads

Specifications are subject to change without notice

A monolithic bloc design makes the HT 2D insensitive to external conditions and robust. Simple optical setup integration is possible because there is no need for injection or fiber optics. © 2007 ARCoptix S.A.

ARCspectro HT-2D DATA SHEET ARCspectro HT 2D specification overview: Spectral range

400 nm – 1100 nm

Signal-to-Noise (single measurement full detector dynamic used, Ratio between the peak value and bottom Std. Dev. value of HeNe Spectrum)

3000 :1 (Multiplex advantage)

Detector type Spectral Resolution (FWHM) 400 nm 700 nm 1000 nm

CMOS Silicon 2D detector array 1280x1024 Pixels

The ARCspectro HT 2D is highly modular systems and ready for custom spectroscopy. Light can be brought to the spectrometer via a 4mm diameter light guide

1.7 nm 5 nm 10 nm

Dark Noise standard deviation (Low value due to averaging over the 1024 lines of 2D detector!)

0.02 Count

Dynamic range (full dynamic/dark noise)

13’000

Relative Wavelength Accuracy and repeatability

< 0.01 nm

Absolute Wavelength Accuracy

< 0.5 nm

Operating Temperature

10°C – 50°C

Readout time (full 2D frame)

40 ms

Integration time

0.05 ms – 750 ms

Operating Voltage

5 V (USB powered)

Light guide core diameter (optional)

4 mm

Entrance aperture

4 mm (Diam.)

Numerical Aperture (internally)

NA = 0.2

Communication Interface

USB 2.0

Software Interface

Windows XP

Product Dimensions (including electronics)

60 mm x 60 mm x 80 mm

Product Weight

300 g

Power Consumption

<1W

Wavelength temperature drift

< 0.001nm/°C

Data transfer and power supply via USB port. External trigger and software trigger and very short shutter times.

Software Module for Windows XP, DLL Available

ARCoptix is a company located in Neuchâtel (Switzerland) in the heart of the watch valley. For more information about ARCoptix, visit www.arcoptix.com

Specifications are subject to change without notice

© 2007 ARCoptix S.A.

ARCspectro HT-2D DATA SHEET The ARCspectro HT-2D is easy to use: No complicated optical setup, no fibers and no lenses. Just put what you want to measure in front of the entrance aperture and start your measurement.

Mechanical Drawings:

The ARCspectro HT 2D is able to work over wide dynamic range not only thanks to its variable integration time but also thanks to a variable amplification gain that can be set by the user. Thanks to the averaging of 1024 spectra per single measurement due to its 2D camera, the ARCspectro HT 2D has a very low dark noise of only 0.02 counts. That has to be compared with traditional grating spectrometers that have dark noises between 3 and 40 counts! Due to its functional principle (Fourier spectroscopy), the ARCspectro HT 2D can measure relative peak positions with much higher accuracy and has practically no drift.

Applications • Diffuse reflection spectroscopy • Turbid media transmission spectroscopy • Fluorescence spectroscopy • Precise peak position (or wavelength determination) • Colorimetry

The ARCspectro HT 2D has useful M4 and M6 threads on the front and the side for fixation in a setup.

For additional information please contact: ARCOPTIX S.A. Trois-Portes 18, 2000 Neuchâtel, Switzerland Tel. +41 32 731 0464 Fax +41 32 731 0463 [email protected] www.arcoptix.com Specifications are subject to change without notice

© 2007 ARCoptix S.A.