OCEAN-FX-VIS-NIR WIFI spectrometer
$3,555.00 – $3,768.00
Ocean-FX spectrometer 350-1000nm
The Ocean Insight (aka Ocean Optics) FX-VIS-NIR Wi-Fi spectrometer covers 350-1000nm and comes with a 25um slit.
You can purchase additional slit sizes and install them yourself. The ES optional is a cylindrical lens on the detector that boosts signals when used with larger optical fiber diameters.
The Ocean FX is a versatile spectrometer with acquisition speed up to 4,500 scans per second, onboard processing for improved SNR and reduced data transfer time, and robust communications via USB, SPI, Gigabit Ethernet and Wi-Fi. Ocean FX is an excellent choice for high-speed process applications, measurement of fast events, and reaction monitoring.
The Ocean-FX-VIS-NIR Wi-Fi spectrometer is available in application-ready, custom and OEM spectrometer configurations. The spectrometer can be integrated into other devices as a component, sub assembly or turnkey solution.
- Fast acquisition – acquires up to 4,500 spectra per second
- Buffering and timestamping – onboard buffer holds up to 50,000 spectra so you don’t miss a single data point
- Onboard averaging – average up to 5,000 spectra
- Easy connection to other devices – operates via Gigabit Ethernet, Wi-Fi, SPI and USB simultaneously
The unit is available in 3 standard ranges, Ocean-FX-UV-VIS (200-850), VIS-NIR (350-1000) or extended (200-1050nm)
|Wired:||Ethernet, USB, RS-232, SPI|
|Wireless:||Wi-fi 802.11 a/b/g/n|
|DETECTOR & OPTICAL BENCH|
|Detector:||Hamamatsu S11639 CMOS|
|Spectral response range:||200-850 nm|
|Entrance slit:||5, 10, 25, 50, 100 or 200 µm user changeable slits available. Unit comes with 25 um slit|
|Input fiber connector:||SMA 905 or FC/PC|
|Preconfigured models:||UV-Vis (200-850 nm), Vis-NIR (350-1000 nm) and extended-range (200-1025 nm), with/without enhanced sensitivity cylindrical lens|
|Custom configured options:||Or configure your own — Choose from among multiple gratings and bench accessories|
|Optical resolution:||Depends on configuration; 0.8 nm (FWHM) w/600-line/mm grating and 5 μm slit|
|Signal-to-noise ratio (single scan):||290:1|
|Dynamic range (single scan):||5000:1|
|Integration time:||10 μs-10 seconds|
|Scan rate (maximum):||4,500 scans/second (varies by performance of operating computer and system)|
|Buffer depth:||50,000 spectra|
|Onboard averaging:||Up to 5,000 spectra|
|Thermal stability:||0.11 pixels/°C|
|A/D resolution:||16 bit|
|Inputs/Outputs:||8 x user programmable GPIOs|
|Trigger modes:||4 modes|
|Connectors:||USB, Gigabit Ethernet, 40 pin JAE DD4 connector|
|ENVIRONMENTAL AND COMPLIANCE|
|Storage temperature:||-30 °C to +70 °C|
|Operating temperature:||0 °C to +50 °C|
|Software:||OceanView, OmniDriver and SeaBreeze|
|Electrical:||CE, FCC, CISPR 11:2010, EMC 2004/108/EC and EN61326-1:2013|
Tech Tip: Measuring the spectral power of lasers can be rendered inaccurate by systems with lower speed operation. This is because the amplifiers that invert and amplify the voltage signal from each pixel in sequence must be fast enough to respond to a change from near zero to a very high value at the laser wavelength. When the amplifiers are too slow (limited bandwidth) the time normalized spectra will be not be constant as you change integration times. As a result, power calibrations at a long integration period will be inaccurate for spectra of the laser obtained at short integrations. The Ocean-FX does not display this artifact, and is the best unit amount the Ocean Optics product family for working with lasers or other narrow bandwidth light sources.
|Dimensions||12 × 12 × 6 in|
+ES lens installed, no lens