Embedded spectrometer with field bus interface for process control in the galvanic industry. The sensor is available with a flow-through cell or for connection of fiber probes.
MultiSpec® Raman with Probe
Raman spectrometer system with fiber probe for process use. Typical applications are :
• non-invasive Raman reaction monitoring in microchannels
• in-line kinetic measurements in microreactors
• monitoring of aerobic fermentation
Building Blocks for Spectroscopy Instruments
tec5 has been developing operating electronics for detector arrays and spectral sensors in close cooperation with their manufacturers for years. Therefore, we offer high-quality components for state-of-the-art spectroscopic devices.
• Fast time-to-market using proven high-end technology
• Modular, PC-based technology for high flexibility
• Ready-to-use software interfaces for C/C++, C#.net and LabVIEW
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