Far Infrared Spectrometers

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  1. SPS 300 in the lab

    SPS-300 FTIR Main Assembly

    The most powerful TeraHertz FTIR available in the mid and far IR Range, the SPS-300 is our second generation Martin-Puplett/Michelson Interferometer designed and built at Sciencetech's own facilities in London, Canada. With a wide variety of optional upgrades and components to suit any research application, the SPS-300 has been successfully used in Material Research, Biomedical, Medical, Astronomy, Aerospace, Superconductivity, Security, Defense and a wide range of other fields by distinguished customers including the European Space Agency, the Max Planck Institute, the Argonne National Labs, The Canadian National Research Council, the Brookhaven National Lab, L'Institute d'Astrophysique Spatiale, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, and many universities the world over.

    The instrument is designed for research applications and therefore features special hardware and software designed to allow the use of samples under many different research environments (High Vacuum, High & Low Temperature, High & low Pressures, High Magnetic fields, etc...) and conduct sensitive and fast "Rapid Scans" with the mirror moving continuously as the detector collects data. Sciencetech also supports the researchers with the design and manufacturing of custom made coupling devices and sophisticated sample chambers to meet specific needs.

    Please contact your authorized Sciencetech technical sales representative to discuss how we can build a FTIR designed for your technical specifications. Learn More
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    TEO-200 Benchtop FTIR spectrometer 1cm-1 Resolution

    The Model TEO200 benchtop FTIR spectrometer is a low cost Fourier transform infrared spectrometer that employs a number of unique features to achieve high performance from such a compact size. At just 385x265x160mm , it is one of the most compact FTIR systems on the market today.
    The TEO200 is unique in terms of its optical geometry and software/firmware design. The optical geometry is simplified by employing a new and remarkably compact Michelson self compensating optical system that eliminates many of the optical alignment problems found in conventional linear and pendulum type optical interferometers. For example, the TEO200 design avoids the use of conventional corner cube optics and dynamic alignment. In practical terms, the instrument can be used inside a research laboratory, or even as a mobile unit in outside environments. Its software and firmware design is also tightly coordinated which significantly reduces overall data acquisition and computational time.
    The sealed, desiccated enclosure of the TEO200 eliminates the need for continuous dry nitrogen purging during operation. Other notable features include an air cooled IR source as oppose to water cooled, and the interferometer mechanical bearing does not require gas supply. There are however, three dry nitrogen gas inlets on the rear of the spectrometer for the purging of the detector compartment, sample compartment, and interferometer compartment from moisture, carbon dioxide and other gases.

    Please note that there are a variety of spectral ranges available, depending on the detector-beam splitter choices for the system. The price of the system includes this beam splitter, but it must be specified.
    KBr 7,000 to 400 cm-1
    ZnSe 5,000 to 500 cm-1
    CaF2 10,000 to 1,000 cm-1
    Quartz 15,000 to 3,000 cm-1
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