The compact high-sensitivity spectrometer S90-IR contains a non-cooled linear InGaAs image sensor, and is recommended for any spectroscopic applications in the NIR spectrum range such as fluorescence, reflection, transmittance, photometric measurements and other researches that do not require long-time signal storage.
The high-aperture optical scheme of the S90-IR has no moving parts. The S90-IR case is monolithic and ensures long-time stability of parameters.
The S90-IR spectrometer is easy and convenient to use: it is calibrated by the manufacturer, is controlled and powered from the PC via Full-Speed USB interface. Light input with the use of quartz optical fiber provides flexibility of instrumentation arrangement. The spectrometer has the entrance slit of fixed width and may be used without optical fiber.
Spectral curve of sensitivity of the InGaAs linear image sensor, G9204-512D model
Overall dimensions of the S90-IR spectrometer
|Spectral range, nm||780 – 1700|
|Focal length, mm||87.7|
|F/number||1 : 7.7|
|Entrance slit, mm||0.020 × 3|
|Spectral resolution||depends on selected diffraction grating (see table below)|
|Number of pixels||512|
|Pixel size, μm||25 × 500|
|Active area size, mm||12.8 × 0.5|
|Maximum spectral sensitivity , nm||1550|
|Non-uniformity of sensitivity 1), 4)||± 5 %|
|ADC Resolution||16bit, 125 kHz|
|Mean-square reading noise, ADC counts 4)||< 6|
|Dynamic range||~ 12000 : 1|
|Exposure time||8.2 ms – 0.7 s 3), 4)|
|Frame processing time, ms||4.1|
|Operating temperature||10 – 30 °С|
|Computer interface||Full Speed USB|
|Triggering||internal / external|
|Requirements to external trigger pulse||BNC-58 connector, positive polarity, 3-15 VDC amplitude, 5-20 μs pulse duration FWHM|
|Parameters of the S90-IR trigger pulses||positive polarity, 4-5 VDC amplitude, 10 μs pulse duration FWHM|
|Optical input||— direct input through the S90-IR entrance slit
— Optical Fiber : 0.6 mm diameter, 1m length, SMA-905 connector
|Dimensions, mm||142 × 110 × 80|
1) Signal level — 50% of saturation. Exposure time is 10 ms.
2) Anti-blooming – sensor’s feature eliminating overflow of charges from over-exposed pixels to neighboring ones.
3) Maximum exposure time is deemed to be the time at which dark signal makes up 25% of the dynamic range at the ambient temperature +25°C.
4) The detector provides two operation modes: wide dynamic range or high sensitivity. Parameters indicated in the table are for the wide dynamic range mode.
When placing an order, you should choose the number of grating lines (i.e. spectral resolution of your instrument), as well as the spectral range for operation. For your convenience the table below contains average values of grating dispersion, spectral resolution and simultaneous recording interval of the CCD-detector.
|Diffraction gratings, lines/mm||150||200||300||400||600|
|— spectral range of InGaAs detector sensitivity, nm||780 — 1700 nm|
|— multichannel array bandpass (average), nm||954||710||464||320||210|
|— reciprocal linear dispersion (average), nm/mm||74.5||55.5||36.3||26.5||16.6|
|— spectral resolution (average), nm||4.6||3.4||2.3||1.7||1.0|
EXAMPLE: If you are interested in the grating 200 lines/mm (average spectral resolution 3.4nm), it remains to choose a location of simultaneous recording interval 710nm within the possible spectral range of 780-1700nm, for instance, the S90-IR spectrometer operating in the range 990-1700nm with 3.4nm resolution.
The S90-IR spectrometer can be supplied with additional optical fibers with various lengths.
The S90-IR spectrometer has a wide range of options and accessories that allow efficient collection of light from the sample located at a finite distance and in infinity:
Contact a SOLAR LS specialist to select the complete set of the device that meets the requirement of your instrument complex in the best way.