New Ocean FX Spectrometer Takes Center Stage
Ocean Optics will showcase at two premier scientific events the super-fast Ocean FX spectrometer and applications including fluorescence, Raman analysis, chemical sensing and light measurement.
LABVOLUTION 16-18 May 2017, Hannover, Germany
Hall 20, Stand A37
LABVOLUTION is billed as the “leading fair for lab equipment in Northern Europe” and attracts 10,000 visitors interested in the latest lab technologies. This year’s event will be held in conjunction with BIOTECHNICA, a leading life sciences event.
Here’s what to look for:
- Ocean FX. Our newest spectrometer offers acquisition speed up to 4,500 scans per second, onboard spectral buffering to ensure data integrity, and Ethernet and Wi-Fi communications. The Ocean FX spectrometer is ideal for high-speed sorting and grading in production environments, measurement of transient events, and reaction kinetics monitoring for drug development and similar applications.
- Optical oxygen and pH sensing. Our oxygen- and pH-sensitive optical patches and probes can be integrated easily within small-scale bioreactors and provide continuous, nonintrusive monitoring of key system parameters.
- Raman spectroscopy. Among the options to explore are modular Raman systems using the high-sensitivity QE Pro spectrometer and our novel SERS substrates. SERS substrates are ideal for trace level detection of explosives and narcotics and precision screening of food ingredients for additives and pesticides.
CLEO 16-18 May 2017, San Jose, California, USA
New developments in lasers and opto-electronics are the focus at CLEO, with more than 200 exhibitors and 2,000 technical presentations awaiting attendees. Here’s what to look for from Ocean Optics:
- Ocean FX. With its remarkable acquisition speed, Ocean FX is a good choice for laser characterization and light measurement. For example, users can more easily avoid saturating the detector in high light level measurements by integrating over much briefer periods – microseconds versus milliseconds. Also, speed makes it possible to measure flicker (modulation of light output) in fluorescent lights and other sources.
- Spectral irradiance and color measurement. Mix and match spectrometers, calibration sources and accessories to measure the color and power output of LEDs, light sources and emissive displays.
- OEM options. Ocean FX and other spectrometers can be integrated into OEM devices, helping to make the transition from lab to market rapidly, cost-effectively and with minimal risk.
Ocean Optics on the Road
If you aren’t attending LABVOLUTION or CLEO this year, check us out at various conferences and expos in Europe and the U.S. throughout the year. Or contact your local Ocean Optics representative to arrange a visit.