Spectrometer 2.0 - 5.0 μm
Spectrometer 2.0 - 5.0 μm
Spectrometer 2.0 - 5.0 μm

Spectrometer 2.0 – 5.0 μm

Readout Rate

Up to 130 kHz full-spectrum

Sensitivity

Down to 5 pW/nm

Bandwidth

2.0 – 5.0 μm

Optical Input

SMA-905 fiber connector or free space

Resolution

2.5 - 6 cm-1

Exposure Time

Down to 1.3 µs

Bringing Mid-Infrared Light to Near Visible Light

The NLIR 2.0 – 5.0 µm Spectrometer is based on a novel measurement scheme that upconverts the MIR light to near-visible light. Using advanced silicon-based light detectors allows outperforming conventional MIR light detectors in sensitivity, speed, and noise, bringing these attractive features and their advantages to the MIR regime.

The NLIR 2.0 – 5.0 µm Spectrometer models have sensitivities of -80 dBm/nm or better, with an unprecedented maximum full-spectrum readout rate of 130 kHz! As a result, the spectrometer enables the characterization of light sources and measuring spectral content from chemical processes with a time resolution of less than 10 µs.

Bringing Mid-Infrared Light to Near Visible Light

The NLIR 2.0 – 5.0 µm Spectrometer is based on a novel measurement scheme that upconverts the MIR light to near-visible light. Using advanced silicon-based light detectors allows outperforming conventional MIR light detectors in sensitivity, speed, and noise, bringing these attractive features and their advantages to the MIR regime.

The NLIR 2.0 – 5.0 µm Spectrometer models have sensitivities of -80 dBm/nm or better, with an unprecedented maximum full-spectrum readout rate of 130 kHz! As a result, the spectrometer enables the characterization of light sources and measuring spectral content from chemical processes with a time resolution of less than 10 µs.

This is a convenient and portable spectrometer.

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Product Details:

Mid-infrared (MIR) spectroscopy is used to analyze MIR light sources. (In both industry and research, for non-invasive characterization of gases, liquids, and solids as well as characterization of light sources.) The NLIR 2.0 – 5.0 µm Spectrometer is based on a scheme that upconverts the MIR light to near-visible light. Silicon-based near-visible light detectors are far superior to MIR light detectors in terms of detectivity, speed, and noise. The NLIR upconversion technology, therefore, brings these attractive features and the advantages that follow, to the MIR regime.

Both editions seen below have sensitivities at -80 dBm/nm or better. The maximum full-spectrum readout rate is 130 kHz! As a result, the spectrometer enables the characterization of light sources. It also measures spectral content from chemical processes with a time resolution of less than 10 µs.

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Wavelength Range: 2-5 µm

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Resolution: 2.5-6 cm-1

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Readout Rate: Up to 130 kHz

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Sensitivity: Down to 5 pW/nm

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Exposure Time: Down to 1.3 µs

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