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From UV to NIR Spectroscopy – Integration Made Easy

This webinar will explain how to integrate compact spectroscopy into your process analytic equipment and which technical considerations are important. Today's information is ideal for engineers looking for cost-effective spectrometers with various electrical interfaces for analytical applications in UV-VIS-NIR areas, starting at 190 nm.

Date: February 16, 2022
Time: 9 AM EST (6 AM PST / 3:00 PM CET)
Duration: 1 hour
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Broadcom's range of spectrometers are robust, versatile, reliable and suitable for a wide range of applications, whether you are looking for a device for process analytics or a more compact solution for point-of-care detection unit. We will discuss the technical possibilities of our products covering triggering light sources to communicating via numerous electronic interfaces. Learn about the upcoming round UV spectrometer designed for fluid measurements in applications like water and wastewater analytics.

The robust process sensor with 35 mm diameter is the perfect choice for reliable inline analytics. The round UV spectrometer covers the complete spectral range from 190 - 1000 nm, featuring high resolution and optimized sensitivity especially in the lower UV range. The robust Qneo NIR spectrometer covers a wavelength range of 950 - 1700 nm featuring high optical sensitivity even without cooling. Learn how to integrate this spectrometer, how to trigger light sources and more.

Key Takeaways

  • Discover flexible spectroscopy solutions for various applications.
  • Understand the benefits of Broadcom's upcoming round UV spectrometer for inline-analytics.
  • Learn how to integrate Broadcom's Qneo NIR spectrometer into your process monitoring equipment.


Carina Buechl, Product Manager Spectroscopy, Industrial Fiber Products Division, Broadcom Inc.

Carina Buechl is the Product Manager for spectrometers at Broadcom, Germany and since 2012 she has focused on business development for spectroscopic solutions.

Gerhard Sedlmeier, Development Engineer Spectrometers, Industrial Fiber Products Division, Broadcom Inc.

Gerhard Sedlmeier is a Senior Development Engineer at Broadcom, located in Germany. Gerhard works on hardware and software solutions for spectrometers and has 10 years of experience in Photonics and Spectrometry development.