Researchers can now probe deeper into their sample materials using Princeton Instruments OMA V detectors. Investigations in this spectral region are becoming increasingly vital in many research applications, including polymer and fuel research. Sensitivity in the 2.2µm region is especially useful for analysing moisture content, as well.
The InGaAs utilised in PI's newest OMA V system has much less intrinsic dark noise than earlier generations of extended InGaAs. In many cases, PI OMA V 2.2µm detectors provide ten times the sensitivity of previous extended InGaAs detectors.
Best Overall Response
The latest OMA V detectors utilise linear photodiode arrays (PDA's) designed to offer excellent near-infrared sensitivity from 1.0µm to 2.2µm. Detectors tailored to provide high sensitivity from 0.8µm to 1.7µm are also available.
Select a 1024-pixel format to achieve exceptional resolution with good spectral data rates or a 512-pixel format for excellent resolution with exceptional spectral data rates.
Resolution Comparison (OMA V 1.7um InGaAs Detectors)
(Section of Neon Spectrum)
Outstanding Spectral Rates
The OMA V platform lets operators take 20µsec snapshots for protocols requiring high-speed data acquisition, supporting spectral data rates up to 1800 spectra/second (512 pixels) or 900 spectra/spectra (1024 pixels). Customised models are available for even faster rates, contact us to learn more.
Select either cryogenic cooling to minimise thermally-generated dark current for longer acquisition times, or thermoelectric cooling to preserve superb low-noise performance across the broadest possible spectral range.
USB2.0 for Fast and Easy Networking
For simple connection to desktop, laptop and notebook PC's, all OMA V systems are offered with a USB2.0 interface.