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Ocean FX spectrometer provides high acquisition speed

03 April 2017

The latest miniature spectrometer from Ocean Optics offers high-sensitivity CMOS detector performance, an acquisition speed of up to 3,000 scans a second and on-board spectral buffering to ensure data integrity during reaction monitoring. 

The Ocean FX spectrometer is suitable for high-speed sorting and grading in production environments, measurement of transient events and reaction kinetics monitoring for drug development and similar applications.

Ocean FX is anchored by a high-sensitivity CMOS detector with good response in the UV, and available with interchangeable slits. Its on-board buffer holds up to 50,000 spectra, so users don’t miss a single data point during kinetics measurements. Also, Ocean FX allows users to operate the spectrometer via Gigabit Ethernet, Wi-Fi and USB.

Ocean FX is available in versions optimized for the UV-Vis (200-850 nm), Vis-NIR (350-1000 nm) and extended (200-1025 nm) wavelength ranges. Enhanced-sensitivity, and custom and OEM configurations are also available.

To learn more about Ocean FX, please contact an Ocean Optics applications scientist at info@oceanoptics.com or visit the website at www.oceanoptics.com.


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