IRsweep, an affiliate of Sensirion, has launched the Iris-C, a cost-effective spectrometer. With impressive lead times, the IRis-C is making spectroscopy more accessible for a variety of lab and field applications.
Similar to IRsweep’s previous dual-comb spectrometers, the IRis-C offers a combination of high speed, high signal-to-noise ratio per time, and optical power. It is based on dual-comb spectroscopy – a method that provides high-resolution and high-speed analysis of the molecular composition of samples. The light sources are quantum cascade laser frequency combs, which are known for their stability and high optical power. The spectrometer's compact size and cost-effectiveness make it ideal for a variety of settings, including academic and industrial research. The modular approach of separating emission and detection units further makes it suitable for integration into field applications ranging from stand-off detection to process monitoring.