VS7000-CCD-HS Miniature CCD Spectrometer

VS7000-CCD-HS Miniature CCD Spectrometer
by HORIBA Jobin Yvon S.A.S.


High performance fiber-optic spectrometer for OEM volumes UV-VIS (200–860 nm), VIS (380–750 nm), and UV-NIR (200–1050 nm) High-speed electronics (770 spectra/s) High throughput (f/2.8) Ultra-low stray light Ideal for industrial low-light applications such as fluorescence, emission, absorbance, and reflectance. VS7000-CCD-HS Miniature CCD Spectrometer Features: ...read more

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High performance fiber-optic spectrometer for OEM volumes

  • UV-VIS (200–860 nm), VIS (380–750 nm), and UV-NIR (200–1050 nm)
  • High-speed electronics (770 spectra/s)
  • High throughput (f/2.8)
  • Ultra-low stray light
  • Ideal for industrial low-light applications such as fluorescence, emission, absorbance, and reflectance.


VS7000-CCD-HS Miniature CCD Spectrometer Features:

  • Most popular UV-VIS range - Excellent peak symmetry in a miniature grating spectrometer
  • High readout speed - 1.1 ms maximum readout speed (890 spectra/s)
  • Advanced electronics - Low noise; high linearity (raw) and linearity-correction
  • Back-illuminated linear CCD - QE = 63% at 250 nm; 76% at 650 nm; 55% at 850 nm
  • High signal-to-noise ratio - Highest full well/signal-to-noise ratio of any uncooled CCD mini-spectrometer
  • USB 2.0 high and full-speed - Standard connection interfaces to PCs with 100% data integrity
  • Order-sorting filter - Eliminates second-order interference
  • Windows® acquisition softwareand LabVIEW™ VIs and DLLs available - Software to integrate VS-7000 as an OEM component
  • Sturdy single-optic design - Excellent light purity, with concave grating design
  • No moving parts or shutter - Excellent reliability for OEM integration

Product Overview

VS7000-CCD-HS Miniature CCD Spectrometer by HORIBA Jobin Yvon S.A.S.
VS7000-CCD-HS Miniature CCD Spectrometer

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