S60120 6.0-12.0µm Prototype Spectrometer

Mid-infrared (MIR) photospectroscopy is used in both industry and research for non-invasive characterisation of gasses, liquids and solids. The NLIR MIR spectrometer is based on a novel measurement scheme that upconverts the MIR light to near-visible light. Near-visible light detectors (for example CCD or CMOS arrays) are far superior to MIR light detectors (for example MCT arrays) 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. The NLIR S60120 spectrometer covers a broad part of the MIR spectrum where the spectral fingerprints of many materials are located.

S60120 6.0-12.0μm MIR Spectrometer Prototype
Bandwidth6.0 – 12.0 μm / 833 – 1667 cm-1
SNR @ 1 s~ 5.000 (depending on light source)
Resolution10 cm-1
Min. exposure time10 ms
Maximum spectrum readout rate> 20 Hz
Optical inputFree space
Measurement optionsTransmission, Flow Cell or ATR
Bit depth16 bit
Physical dimensions (h × l × w)90mm ×275mm ×175mm