Spotlight 400 FTIR Imaging System
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The Spotlight 400 FTIR Imaging System combines high sensitivity and
rapid imaging with ease-of-use. The ability to image rapidly large
sample areas at high spacial resolution (down to 10 microns)
extends IR microscopy into new application areas such as the study
of biomaterials such as tissue, bone, leaves etc.
The Spotlight 400 can be used in the mid- or near-IR spectral
ranges, as well as dual-range, depending on whether, respectively,
the Spectrum 100, Spectrum 100N or Spectrum 400 mid-/near-
spectrometer is used.
The optional ATR imaging accessory improves the spacial resolution
by a factor of four, down to 3 microns at 1000 cm-1.
Review Product Details
- Very high sensitivity providing high quality data down to the
accepted diffraction limits
- Rapid-scan IR imaging
- 6.25µm, 25µm and 50µm pixel resolution to
give flexibility in spacial resolution and imaging line
- Can operate in mid-IR, near-IR or dual range to cover the full
range of imaging applications in one instrument
- Optional ATR imaging improves the spacial resolution by a
factor of four, down to 3 microns at 1000 cm-1
- Product defect analysis
- Impurity identification
- Pharmaceutical table analysis and other component distribution
- Academic research
- Biomaterial studies such as tissue, bone, teeth, leaves
- Solid-state white light illumination
- Fully-automated focus, stage movement and illumination
- Duet™ detector design containing a single element MCT detector and a linear array MCT imaging detector
- Can operate in mid-IR, near-IR or dual range to cover the full range of imaging applications in one instrument
- Optional ATR imaging improves the spacial resolution by a factor of four, down to 3 microns at 1000 cm-1
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Part number N017-0179 source coil is obsolete, is there a replacement?
Yes, it is replaced by part number N017-1386
Should I leave my instrument on all the time?
All FT-IR instruments were designed to be left on all the time. The instrument will remain more stable and have less problems than when they are turned off. The life of the laser and the source will not be prolonged by shutting the instrument off, in fact, it may contribute to a shorter life. If the instrument is off for a period of longer than two weeks, it is suggested to change the desiccant and repurge.
How long is my Traceable Reference Material good?
The period of certification is 3 years from the date of calibration which is printed on the TRM box label.For mid infrared (MIR) this is in line with the period of certification from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for Standard Reference Material (SRM) 1921.The near infrared (NIR) TRM is traceable to the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) in the UK. This has also been assigned a period of certification of 3 years from the date of calibration printed on the TRM box label.
What should the wavenumber tolerance be when running my polystyrene sample?
The laser wavenumber cannot be adjusted on a 1600 or a 1700 instrument as it can for a Paragon 1000 or a Spectrum 2000, therefore a variation of ±0.5 cm-1 may be unsuitable for these types of instruments. A suitable variation may need to be set to ±1/2 the resolution.If you scan at 4 cm-1 resolution, then the tolerance should be +/- 2 cm-1.
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