B&W Tek fiber-coupled NIR spectrometer for biomedical applications

The Sol 2.6 fiber-coupled, near-infrared (NIR) spectrometer from B&W Tek (Newark, DE) is a linear indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) array spectrometer that features 256 pixels, TE cooling down to -15°C and a standard spectral range from 1550-2550 nm for biomedical applications. Its AutoZero function results in low noise and high dynamic range, and its three-stage cooler provides 5 VDC power without an external control box.

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B&W Tek, Inc Announces Sol™ 2.6 Fiber Coupled NIR Spectrometer

Newark, DE, Jan 5, 2011

B&W Tek, Inc., an advanced instrumentation company producing optical spectroscopy and laser systems announces the Sol™ 2.6 Fiber Coupled NIR Spectrometer. The Sol™ 2.6 is a high performance linear InGaAs array spectrometer featuring 256 pixels and providing high throughput and large dynamic range with TE Cooling down to -15°C and a standard spectral range from 1550-2550nm.  This spectrometer features a built-in AutoZero function resulting in exceptionally low noise and high dynamic range.  It is designed with four levels of gain, producing great results for most applications in low light level NIR detection. The Sol™ 2.6 is also equipped with a built-in three-stage cooler, with no external control box, allowing for easy integration just by providing +5VDC power.

“The Sol™ 2.6 has the lowest percentage of dead pixels out of any spectrometer in its class, making it ideal for process monitoring, quality control, and biological applications,” says Jack Zhou, COO of B&W Tek, Inc.

For more information on the Sol™ 2.6, visit www.bwtek.com/product/spectrometer/sol26.html.

About B&W Tek, Inc.
B&W Tek, Inc. is an advanced instrumentation company producing optical spectroscopy and laser systems for biomedical, physical, chemical, and research communities. With a strong vertical integration capability, B&W Tek, Inc. also provides custom product development, design, and manufacturing. With emphasis on low cost, high performance lasers and spectrometers, we strive for versatility - innovating solutions. Our ISO 9001 & ISO 13485 certified facility and patented technologies ensure high quality products, consistently proven and growing every day. As a result, B&W Tek, Inc. leads worldwide sales of Raman spectrometers.


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