Mini spectrometers from Ocean Optics enable plug-and-play color measurements

Ocean Optics has released two new miniature spectrometers, the Flame-S and the Flame-T, which deliver high thermal stability (0.05 nm/°C from 200-850 nm) and are fully configurable across the 190-1100 nm wavelength range for use in absorbance, transmission, reflectance, irradiance and color applications.

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Ocean Optics has released two new miniature spectrometers, the Flame-S and the Flame-T, which deliver high thermal stability (0.05 nm/°C from 200-850 nm) and are fully configurable across the 190-1100 nm wavelength range for use in absorbance, transmission, reflectance, irradiance and color applications. For the image sensors in the spectrometers, the Flame-S features a 2048 x 1 Sony ILX511B linear silicon CCD array, while the Flame-T features a 3648 x 1 Toshiba TCD1304AP linear silicon CCD array. Both models have an optical resolution of ~0.1-10.0 nm FWHM (configuration dependent) and have interchangeable slits, indicator LEDs, and USB/RS-232 communications. In addition, the spectrometers are supported by drivers and software for system integration. Flame spectrometers are suitable for use in such applications as food and beverage quality control, remote sensing, agricultural measurements and monitoring, research and development, medical diagnostics, and light measurement.

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Ocean Optics
Headquarters: Dunedin, FL, USA
Product: Flame spectrometers
Key Features: 190-1100 nm wavelength range, line scan CCD sensors, indicator LEDs, interchangeable slits for varying resolution and throughput during measurements.

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