Laser Analysis Technologies - Spectrolaser 1000S
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Laser Analysis Technologies
Spectrometer ( Atom. ): AES: LIBS
The Spectrolaser is an elemental analysis instrument based on the technique known as LIBS - Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy.
It incorporates a high-power laser that induces a bright spark (or plasma) at the surface of the material being analysed.
The light emitted is subsequently analysed by a unique multi-channel spectrometer and detection system.
The elemental fluorescence is directly related to the concentration of the element in the material being analysed.
The single element machine is designed for those customers who don't need the full power of the 1000HR series Spectrolaser in their application. Applications include Na in coal, B in glass, C in soil, N in fertilizer's and many more. Each instrument is configured for the customer's particular requirements.
- Simultaneous Elemental Analysis
- USB Plug & Play operation
- Convenient, easy to use
- Rapid (seconds) sampling
- Low sample preparation
- Hydrogen to Heavy Metals
- Cost effective
- Compact, desktop unit
- Intuitive design allows easy operation in any environment
- Configure for either analyst testing or expert operation
- Complete software control over laser power, detector exposure and analysis time
- Peak find and identify using a database of >10,000 emission lines an relative intensities
- Construct comparisons against calibration samples
- Multiple report saving and export options
- Fully supported
90, 200 or 300mJ options
software variable, 0 â€“ maximum energy
Computer controlled variable detector exposure delay,
-2 to 15 microseconds, 80nsec steps, <10nesc jitter
Element Specific, typically 50-100nm
0.005 â€“ 0.1 nm
Linear stepper motor controlled sample scanning system.
Dust Extraction System
Buffer gas capability
20 seconds typical
Spectrolaser LIBS analysis software and spectral database. Windows 2000 / XP compatible
Power supply: 16kg
Central Blue and Broken White
Class IV Laser Product