S2000 Miniature Fiber Optic Spectrometer


The S2000 from Ocean Optics is a miniature fiber optic UV-VIS-Shortwave NIRspectrometer for low light level applications. The S2000 has twice the numberof CCD elements and is nearly 50 times more sensitive than our revolutionary SlOOO miniature fiber optic spectrometer -- yet still retails for the remarkably low price of just $18OO.

The S2000 has a compact optical bench coupled to a 2048-element CCD linear array detector, making it especially useful for fluorescence and other low light level applications that demand high detector sensitivity. The S2000 accepts light energy transmitted through single-strand optical fiber and disperses it via a fixed grating across the CCD array, which is responsive from 200-1100 nm. An SMA 905 connector allows for easy coupling to our comprehensive line of fiber optic light sources, probes, chemical sensors, and other spectrophotometric accessories.

The S2000 is available in two platforms :benchtop, which interfaces to a PC via OOI'sADC-500 ISA-bus A/D card; and portable,which interfaces to a notebook PC viaNational Instruments' DAQCard-700PCMCIA A/D card. Each platform comeswith the instrument housing and operatingsoftware; interface cabling to the DAQCard-700 is an additional charge. What's more, upto 7 spectrometer channels may be connectedto either platform for expanded wavelengthrange, multi-tasking or reference monitoring(the portable platform may require additional engineering to accommodate 7 channels).

The S2000 comes with OOIBase, a Windows®-based spectrometer operating software. Operating software for Apple® Macintosh® is also available. Other software options include add-on application programs, code for software development, application interface packages, and third-party application and programming products.

Ocean Optics miniature fiber optic spectrometers offer high performance at low cost, in aconvenient, modular package. Operating performance will vary according to a number of factors, including the spectrometer configuration -- especially the groove density of thegrating and the size of the sampling optics selected -- as well as the application itself (for example, low vs. high light energy applications).

For further information contact:
Ocean Optics, Inc.
380 Main Street
Dunedin, FL 34698
phone: (813) 733-2447
Fax: (813) 733-3962
E-mail: Info@OceanOptics.com
WebSight: http://www.OceanOptics.com

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