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Standards and Technical Documents - Simplified Tunable Diode Laser Absorption Spectroscopy (TDLAS) Trace Gas Analyzer for On-Line Process Measurement and Control - ISA EXPO 2000
Description: Tunable Diode Laser Absorption Spectroscopy (TDLAS) is a powerful optical technique for accurately, reliably, and continuously measuring trace concentrations of selected gases entrained in a gas mixture. TDLAS instruments combine well-known spectroscopic principles with recently perfected sensitive
Standards and Technical Documents - Expression of performance of gas analyzers - Part 7: Tuneable semiconductor laser gas analyzers -- IEC 61207-7 ed1.0
Description: IEC 61207-7:2013 includes the terminology, definitions, statements and tests that are specific to tuneable semiconductor laser gas analyzers, which utilize tuneable semiconductor laser absorption spectroscopy (TSLAS). It applies to all aspects of analyzers utilizing TSLAS for the concentration
Supplier: ABB Measurement Products
Description: The LS4000 is an in situ cross-stack analyzer for measuring gas component concentrations. It applies the highly selective, optical measuring principle of tunable diode laser (TDL) absorption spectroscopy. LS4000 is a stand-alone system and is approved for use in hazardous areas according
- Mounting / Environment: In-Situ / Field
Supplier: Indium Corporation
Description: emission spectroscopy) with GFAA (graphite furnace atomic absorption) being used for quantitative analysis of selected elements.
- Metal / Alloy Types: White / Low Melting (UNS L), Indium / Indium Alloys
- Shape / Form: Semi-finished Shape / Mill Stock, Bar Stock
- Overall Width / OD: 1.12 inch
- Overall Thickness: 0.5000 inch
Supplier: Siemens Process Analytics
Description: SITRANS SL is a diode laser gas analyzer with a measuring principle based on the specific light absorption of different gas components. SITRANS SL is suitable for fast and non-contact measurement of gas concentrations in process or flue gases. The sensors (transmitter and receiver) are meant
- Instrument Type: Analyzer
- Mounting Type: Fixed
- Application: Process Gas
- Measurement Type: %Volume, Trace
Supplier: Applied Diamond, Inc.
Description: with its exceptional IR transmission help in the detection of hot spots during IC development and troubleshooting. The superior strength of diamond allows for relatively thin window dimensions minimizing both cost and absorption. Spectroscopy Diamond is widely used as the sample surface in FTIR
Supplier: Yokogawa Corporation of America
Description: are rapid (5 seconds) and interference free, offering improved accuracy when compared to other oxygen analyzers. The TruePeak Tunable Diode Laser Spectroscopy (TDLS220) Analyzer (or TDLS) measurements are based on absorption spectroscopy. The TDLS220 TruePeak Analyzer is a TDLS system and operates
- Number of Gases Sensed: Single Gas, Multi Gas
- Measurement Type: %Volume, Trace
- Specific Gas Types: Oxygen (O2)
- Electrical Outputs: Analog Current
Supplier: Yokogawa Corporation of America
Description: Off-Axis ICOS utilizes a high-finesse optical cavity as an absorption cell. Unlike conventional multipass arrangements which are typically limited to path lengths less than two-hundred meters, an Off-Axis ICOS absorption cell effectively traps the laser photons so that they make thousands of passes
- Mounting / Environment: Lab / Benchtop
- Display Type: Digital Display
- User Controls: Digital Front Panel
Microscope Lenses and Objectives - Adjustable ReflX Objective 25X/0.4NA UV-VIS, Infinite -- NT68-191Supplier: Edmund Optics Inc.
Description: for the DUV-NUV and Gold for the IR. Free from the problems of chromatic aberration and material absorption associated with standard microscope objectives, these components are ideal for applications requiring high throughput and excellent resolution, including FTIR spectroscopy and microscopy
- Lens Type: Objective Lens
- Magnification: 25 X
- Numerical Aperture: 0.4000 NA
- Working Distance: 0.5709 inch
Supplier: Aurora Instruments
Description: spectroscopy Segmented Flow Analysis Flow Injection Analysis TOC analysis Gel Permeation Chromatography Ion Chromatography Laser Diffraction Particle Size Analysis X-ray Fluorescence analysis Viscosity analysis Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy Liquid handling applications
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Mettler-Toledo Process Analytics
Free booklet -Tunable Diode Laser Spectroscopy
Since their first use in the 1990s, Tunable Diode Laser gas analyzers have seen rapid growth in industry due to their exceptional performance and reliability. Today, TDL spectroscopy continues to make technical advances, making this class of sensor the preferred choice by many chemical and petrochemical companies. In this free booklet we discuss the theory of absorption spectroscopy and how TDL analyzers are being employed in an increasing number of process and safety-critical applications... (read more)
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ABB Measurement Products
In situ laser analyzer LS4000
It applies the highly selective, optical measuring principle of tunable diode laser (TDL) absorption spectroscopy. LS4000 is a stand-alone system and is approved for use in hazardous areas according to international standards. The device consists of a transmitter and a receiver unit. The units are connected by a junction box. High precision. Lowest detection limits, highly accurate measurements. Highly selective, virtually cross interference free. Suitable for harsh process conditions. In situ... (read more)
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Hamamatsu Corporation USA
Hamamatsu offers a wide variety of high-sensitivity detectors for measuring NIR and mid-IR absorption, transmission, emission, and reflectance. They are suitable for many applications including gas analysis, NIR/IR/FTIR spectroscopy, water content measurement, laser diode monitoring, flame monitoring, film thickness measurement, thermal imaging, and remote sensing. Detectors for 0.9-2.6 µm: InGaAs PIN photodiodes. InGaAs image sensors and photodiode arrays. InGaAs mini-spectrometers... (read more)
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Cascade Optical Corp.
NON-POLARIZING BEAM SPLITTER, BS, NPBS
. But, at angle polarization effects are induced. There are instances where one would like to split the light intensity and maintain S and P with equal magnitudes. Polarization effects cause problems in a wide variety of applications. For instance there can be, so called noise distortion in astronomy, polarization dispersion loss (PDL) in fiber optics, and inaccurate measurements in spectroscopy (Interferometry). Our Non Polarizing BS can be made at various angles and wavelength ranges. Hybrid Beams... (read more)
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Knight Optical Ltd.
Calcium Fluoride Infrared Optical Components
Calcium Fluoride (CaF2) is widely used in infrared optical systems in windows, lenses, prisms and mirror substrates and is harder than Barium Fluoride. Primarily used in spectroscopic windows, as well as in thermal imaging and other systems where high transmission between 0.2 µm and 8 µm is required, calcium fluoride is attacked by few reagents and offers a low absorption coefficient and high damage threshold, beneficial in its use in excimer laser systems. Diameter: 1... (read more)
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Laser Transient Absorption Spectroscopy
The customer's setup is a scientific application in which transient signals from a Laser Absorption Spectroscope are transferred to a computer. The laser power is modified in steps and the process is repeated. The measurement sensitivity is limited by noise generated by the current digitizer. Page
Rubidium Absorption Spectroscopy
Ultra-high resolution laser spectroscopy of the rubidium. atom at 780 nm has numerous applications in sensing,. metrology, and aerospace. Despite these opportunities,. commercial product development has been hindered by. unstable sources of supply of precision, reliable. semiconductor lasers
Single Longitudinal Mode Blue-Violet Laser Diode for Data Storage
et al, “Anti-reflection coated blue GaN laser diodes in an external cavity and Doppler free indium absorption spectroscopy ,”. Applied Optics., 42 (12) : 2110-2118, 2003.  H. Kogelnik, “Coupled wave theory for thick hologram gratings,” Bell Syst. Tech. J., 48:2909-2947, 1969.  G. Steckman et
AQ6375 Optical Spectrum Analyzer for Long Wavelength Band
dioxide). In order to small concentrations of these gas molecules with high sensitivity, laser absorption spectroscopy technology is gaining attention and is under active development.
Femtosecond and Nanosecond Laser Micromachining of Oxidized Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotube Doped Morthane
Center, Inc (MLPC) and the applications lab at Spectra Physics Lasers for laser micromachining. experimentation. The atomic oxygen percentage of the MWCNT is 9.5% and was independently confirmed by X-ray. photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) at the University of Dayton Research Institute (UDRI). 2.2
MICRO: Critical Materials
processing techniques. Dual-cell near-infrared absorption spectroscopy using a tunable diode laser over a narrow spectral bandwidth is another method for detecting trace spectroscopic levels of moisture in ammonia. This article describes the design and operation of a novel IR spectroscopic instrument
MICRO: Ultraure Gases - McAndrew (Feb 2000)
by the manufacturing community and are compatible with reactive process gases and atmospheres. This article describes tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy (TDLAS), a technique developed by Air Liquide (Paris, France/Chicago) for measuring moisture in process gases. This technique meets
Photodiode Characteristics and Applications (.pdf)
Silicon photodiodes are semiconductor devices responsive to high-energy particles and photons. Photodiodes operate by absorption of photons or charged particles and generate a flow of current in an external circuit, proportional to the incident power. Photodiodes can be used to detect the presence
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