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Ocean Optics

| | Oct 15, 2010 | 2:18 pm
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Ocean Optics

Ocean Optics, supplier of solutions for optical sensing, has announced that it has added SteadiQ to its range of applications for its field-portable spectrometers. Ocean Optics claims that SteadiQ provides a temperature-controlled atmosphere, helping stabilise temperature effects and eliminate temperature drift in inclement conditions or extreme temperatures from -20C to 50°C.

The portable device, claims the manufacturer, assures more accurate, reliable results in field applications, including solar irradiance, volcanic observation, greenhouse monitoring, and industrial environments, such as cold food storage.

Product features:

  • Available in UV (200 to 1,100 nm) and Vis-NIR (400 to 2,500 nm) versions, the SteadiQ interfaces directly with Ocean Optics’ USB2000+, USB4000, HR2000+, HR4000, Maya2000, Maya2000 Pro, QE65000, and NIRQuest spectrometers.
  • In extreme hot or extreme cold conditions, the unit operates independently of outside temperatures.
  • It connects easily to the spectrometer with preconfigured plug-ins and communicates via the spectrometer’s USB port.

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