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HORIBA Scientific Announces New MultiTrack Spectrometer For UV-NIR Spectroscopy

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HORIBA Scientific, a company specializing in OEM Gratings, Miniature CCD spectrometers and Scientific Camera systems and solutions, has announced a new fiber-coupled multispectra system capable of simultaneous measurement of up to 32 channels. The PoliSpectra M116 MultiTrack Fiber Spectrometer features a concentric optical design with UV extended spectral range (below 185 nm with optional N2 purge) and a customized fiber bundle providing high throughput and excellent imaging quality with minimal crosstalk.

This new product offers a high speed and low noise 2-D scientific back-illuminated CMOS sensor running at 94 to 188 frames per second which can be configured with 8, 16 or 32 fiber input channels for simultaneous acquisition of UV-NIR spectra (2048 pixels per spectrum). This innovative design enables PoliSpectra M116 to provide very high spectral resolution(1nm), combined with high sensitivity. Additionally, the high QE sCMOS sensor (95% in the visible) and an integrated order sorting filter allow wavelength coverage beyond 1 μm.

“The new HORIBA PoliSpectra MultiTrack spectrometers are ultrafast, broad range and high resolution, making them perfect for multi-sampling applications,“ said Nick Vezard, VP of OEM Spectroscopy Division, of HORIBA Scientific. “They are particularly useful for high throughput OEM industrial applications that include QC, reflectometry, plasma monitoring, light source calibration monitoring and blood/DNA analysis.”