Ultra-compact Visible Spectral Sensor, 380-700nm

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Fabricant Ocean Optics

Ocean Optics

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Spark is a spectral sensor from Ocean Optics that bridges the spectral measurement gap between filter-based devices such as RGB photodiode devices and CCD-array instruments such as miniature spectrometers.

Spark comprises a family of spectral sensor products and is available in three formats – a core spectral sensor product and two embeddable, OEM-friendly versions – with the level of integration up to the customer. The Spark-DET, the smallest version, is at the heart of the plug-and-play core device, and, weighing less than 1g, the Spark-DET is the smallest spectral device on the market.

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  • Spectral range: 380-700 nm
  • Optical resolution: 4.5-9.0 nm FWHM (~1.2% wavelength)
  • Signal-to-noise ratio: 1500:1
  • Integration time: 10µs to 10s
  • Detector type: Panavision ELIS1024 linear silicon CMOS array
  • Available Accessories: Diffuser,SMA 905 fiber connector,Cuvette holder
  • Benefits

  • Spark-VIS is available in OEM and stand-alone options, and is ideal for absorbance, fluorescence and emissive color measurements.
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Type de Spectromètre Compact OEM  

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Technologie/Application Si CMOS Sensor  
Domaine Spectral 190nm-1100nm  
Spectral range 380-700nm
Optical Resolution (FWHM) 4.5-9.0 nm FWHM (~1.2% wavelength)
Connectors micro-B USB (power and signal) 12-pin (0.5 mm pitch) ribbon cable 14-pin (7 x 2) connector
Dimensions 53.3 x 36.4 x 19.9 mm 38.4 x 22.6 x 10.2 mm 18.42 x 9.65 x 9.53 mm
Weight 15g 3.8g <1g
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