RGB-ER-CL Miniature Fiber Spectrometer
Compact and portable, RGB-ER-CL is a cost-effective general-purpose miniature fiber spectrometer based on a crossed-asymmetric Czerny-Turner design. Equipped with a sophisticated CMOS detector, it has the advantages of high sensitivity, high resolution, high quantum efficiency and large dynamic range, and is suitable for spectral measurements in various scientific and industrial/OEM applications.
RGB-ER-CL is preconfigured with a 25um entrance slit, and provides an optical resolution of 1.5nm and an extended wavelength range of 200-1000nm. It is also possible to get different optical resolutions and spectral response ranges by selecting different gratings and slits. For applications that requires a higher resolution, RGB-ER-CL can, for example, be preconfigured to offer an optical resolution of 1.0nm and a wavelength range of 200-900nm.
RGB-ER-CL has a USB2.0 interface for high-speed data transfer with a computer. It can also communicate with external devices via available GPIO pins.
- Compact, light and portable, suitable for system integration
- Unique optical bench design minimizes stray light and noises
- Wide wavelength range with balanced spectral response
- High sensitivity detector enables weak signal detection
- Possible customizations with a variety of gratings, slits, and lenses
- USB2.0 interface, high-speed data transfer
- Wavelength measurement
- Transmission/reflection measurement
- Radiation measurement
- Absorbance measurement
- Thin-film measurement
- Color measurement
- Fluorescence measurement
- Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS)
- Biochemical and medical analysis
|Model||Hamamatsu S11639 CMOS Sensor|
|Collection Cylinder Lens||Yes|
|A/D Resolution||16 bit|
|Power Consumption||180mA @ 5VDC|
|Connectors||USB2.0 / RS232|
|External Trigger Modes||Software/Hardware/Sync|
|General Purpose Input/Output (GPIO)||14-pin|
|Input Fiber Connector||SMA905|
|Dimensions (LxWxH)||94 x 60 x 37 mm|
Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
Does RGB-ER-CL fiber spectrometer really have a resolution of 1nm over 200-900nm?
Under the default configuration, RGB-ER-CL spectrometer has a resolution of 1.5nm over 200-1000nm. However, if you request it, we can preconfigure it to have a resolution of 1.0nm over 200-900nm. You will need to clearly specify this requirement when you ...