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Popular OEM Spectrometers

 

Any of our off-the-shelf spectrometers can be integrated into an OEM product, making the transition from lab to market rapid and cost-effective while minimizing risk. From models that stand out for their compact size and high performance-to-cost ratio to high resolution, premium performance, and NIR spectrometers, we have the right fit for your application.

Spark-DET-VISSpark is a compact spectral sensor that bridges the measurement gap between filter-based devices and CCD-array instruments. Spark is available in a core spectral sensor product and two embeddable, OEM-friendly versions, with the level of integration up to the customer. With this flexibility, Spark enables applications that otherwise would be too difficult or expensive to implement, providing a valuable complement to the Ocean Optics spectrometer family.

Engineering Basics: Spark-VIS Spark-OEM-VIS Spark-DET-VIS
Description: Core spectral sensor; plug-and-play with micro-USB OEM product requires driver and communication electronics; ribbon cable connector with raw analog output Detector only, for high volume applications; requires custom electronics and complete integration
Detector:

Panavision ELIS1024 linear silicon CMOS array

Spectral range: 380-700 nm
Optical resolution: 4.5-9.0 nm FWHM (~1.2% wavelength)
S:N: 1500:1
Stray light: ~0.3 to 1% across range
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 18.44 x 9.55 x 6.55 mm
Weight: 15 g 3.8 g <1 g

OEM Applications
  • Color measurement
  • Edible oils analysis
  • Environmental monitoring
  • Fluorescence of biologicals
  • LED characterization
  • Medical diagnostics
  • Process monitoring
  • Product authentication/counterfeit detection
  • Transmission of dyes
  • Water quality analysis

Flame spectrometer Thanks to its robust optical bench and high precision alignment, the Flame spectrometer delivers high thermal stability and low unit to unit variation without compromising the remarkable configurability of Ocean Optics modular spectrometers. Its small footprint (89 x 64 x 34 mm) and low weight (265 g) make Flame ideal for OEM integration, and features such as interchangeable slits, indicator LEDs and simple device connectors provide more freedom for UV-Vis applications.

Engineering Basics: Flame-S Flame-T
Detector: Sony ILX511B linear silicon CCD array Toshiba TCD1304AP linear silicon CCD array
Detector pixels: 2048 3648
Configurable range: 200-1100 nm
Optical resolution: ~0.1-10.0 nm FWHM (configuration dependent)
S:N: 250:1 (full signal) 300:1 (full signal)
Stray light: <0.05% @ 600 nm; 0.10% @ 435 nm
Dynamic range: 1300:1 for a single acquisition, 8.5 x 107 (system)
Integration time: 1 ms-65 seconds 3.8 ms-10 seconds
Thermal stability: 0.02 nm/° C (650 nm range); 0.06 pixels/° C
Connectors: USB, high density 40 pin JAE DD4 connector
Dimensions: 88.9 mm x 63.5 mm x 31.9 mm (34.4 mm with feet)
Weight: 265 g

OEM Applications
  • Agricultural monitoring
  • Air and water quality analysis
  • Biologicals analysis
  • Food and beverage quality control
  • Laser characterization
  • LED binning
  • Life sciences
  • Light metrology
  • Photovoltaics analysis
  • Process monitoring
  • Remote monitoring

USB2000+The USB is by far our most popular spectrometer, based on the original crossed Czerny-Turner design that made Ocean Optics famous.  The small footprint, stray light performance and system responsiveness have made this optical bench a good starting point for many applications. The USB2000+ and USB4000 have the same optical bench and optical configuration options, but differ slightly in performance due to the detector used.

Engineering Basics USB2000+ USB4000
Detector: SONY ILX511B Toshiba TCD1304AP
Number of pixels: 2048 3648
Configurable range: 200 – 1100 nm 200 – 1100 nm
Minimum integration time: 1 ms 3.8 ms
S:N at full signal: 250:1 300:1
Dark noise (RMS): 50 counts 50 counts
Default communication: USB USB

OEM Applications
  • LED sorting
  • Micro-volume absorption analysis
  • Authentication of fuels and spirits
  • Quantification of ethanol and glycol content
  • Portable light measurement systems
  • Theater screen color management systems
  • Microplate readers
  • Stack emission monitoring

EMBED is a small-footprint OEM spectrometer designed for seamless integration and robust environmental performance.  It has the same optical performance and configuration options as the USB series bench, but its native SPI communication makes it perfect for embedded applications, such as hand-held and distributed devices.

Many customers perform proof-of-concept measurements on a plug-and-play USB spectrometer, then migrate with confidence to the EMBED when product integration begins.  The EMBED design is capable of supporting additional detector options, allowing for quick development and testing of application-specific systems at a reasonable cost.EMBED - small-footprint OEM spectrometer

    • High thermal stability, resistant to shock and vibration
    • Superior, picometer-level drift over hours of operation
    • SPI interface for direct communications with DSP and PLC units
    • Available with alternate detectors on a custom basis, including high sensitivity

Engineering Basics EMBED
Detector: SONY ILX511B
Number of pixels: 2048
Detector range: 200 – 1100 nm
Minimum integration time: 1 ms
S:N at full signal: 250:1
Dark noise (RMS): 50 counts
Default communication: SPI

OEM Applications
  • Analysis of oil

STS-VIS with quarterSTS spectrometers weigh less than 2 ounces, and measure a mere 40 x 42 x 24 mm. You get a remarkable amount of performance into this tiny footprint, with high signal to noise ratio, high dynamic range, and low stray light.  With resolution of ~1.5 nm (FWHM) in three spectral ranges, it is a compact, high-performance choice for a wide range of moderate to high-intensity applications.

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Engineering Basics: STS-UV STS-VIS STS-NIR
Detector: ELIS1024 ELIS1024 ELIS1024
Number of pixels: 1024 1024 1024
Spectrometer range: 190 – 650 nm 350 – 800 nm 650 – 1100 nm
Minimum integration time: 10 μs 10 μs 10 μs
S:N at full signal: 1500:1 1500:1 1500:1
Dark noise (RMS): < 3 counts < 3 counts < 3 counts
Default communication: USB USB USB

OEM Applications
  • Light source characterization
  • Process monitoring
  • Fruit ripeness/yield testing

HR4000CG-UV-NIRThe HR is the next step up from the Ocean Optics’ USB spectrometer.  This optical bench contains the same detectors as the USB series, but with a longer path length that translates to higher resolution and improved stray light performance. When configured with an HC-1 grating, it measures from 200 nm to 1100 nm with 1 nm resolution. It is a natural choice for OEMs looking at atomic emission lines, or who require full UV through NIR wavelength coverage.

Engineering Basics HR2000+ HR4000
Detector: SONY ILX511B Toshiba TCD1304AP
Number of pixels: 2048 3648
Configurable range: 200 – 1100 nm 200 – 1100 nm
Minimum integration time: 1 ms 3.8 ms
S:N at full signal: 250:1 300:1
Dark noise (RMS): 50 counts 50 counts
Default communication: USB 2.0, RS-232; I2C USB 2.0, RS-232; I2C

OEM Applications
  • Laser characterization
  • Optical emission spectroscopy systems
  • Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS)

Maya2000 ProThe MayaPro combines the resolution and stray-light performance of the HR bench with the power of back-thinned silicon detectors.  The detector is the key differentiator, as this series offers strongly enhanced sensitivity and dynamic range. These factors are critical to meeting the requirements of demanding low-light applications like fluorescence and Raman spectroscopy. Variations on this spectrometer have been produced to customer requirements, including the Maya-Mini and Maya-LSL.

Engineering Basics Maya2000 Pro Maya2000 Pro
Detector: Hamamatsu S10420 Hamamatsu S11510
Number of pixels: 2048 x 64 2048 x 64
Detector range: 165 – 1100 nm 400 – 1180 nm
Minimum integration time: 7.2 ms 7.2 ms
S:N at full signal: 450:1 450:1
Default communication: USB 2.0, RS-232 USB 2.0, RS-232

OEM Applications
  • Detection of heavy metals in water
  • Monitoring NOx, SOx, and other gases in stack emissions
  • Monitoring gas emissions in power plants (CO2, etc.)
  • Fluorescence detection
  • Raman spectroscopy

QEPro-spectrometerThe QEPro is the highest-end UV-VIS-NIR spectrometer we offer.  Some applications simply demand the highest performance, and with an HR bench, a TEC cooled back-thinned detector, and the lowest noise theoretically possible, performance is what this spectrometer delivers. Remarkably affordable in OEM volumes, the QE pushes the boundaries of what miniature spectrometers can do, and is therefore most often found inside bench top lab or higher-end QA devices.

Engineering Basics QE Pro
Detector: Hamamatsu S7031-1006
Number of pixels: 2048
Detector range: 185 – 1100 nm
Minimum integration time: 8 ms
S:N at full signal: 1000:1
Dark noise (RMS): 3 counts
Default communication: USB 2.0, RS-232

OEM Applications
  • Measuring aflatoxin levels in peanuts
  • Gemstone authentification

NIRQuestThe NIRQuest is the near infrared analog of our flagship QE spectrometer.  Also built on the HR bench and containing a TEC cooled back-thinned detector, high-end electronics and many other features, the difference is its InGaAs PDA detector, which enables measurements from 900 – 2500 nm. NIR spectroscopy at these wavelengths provides composition information, non-invasively and from a distance. Uncooled versions are available on a custom basis for applications with short measurement times.

Engineering Basics NIRQuest256 NIRQuest512
Detector: Hamamatsu G9206-256 or G9208-256 Hamamatsu G9204-512G9205-512G9206-512W, or G9208-512W
Number of pixels: 256 512
Detector range: 800 – 2500 nm 800 – 2500 nm
Minimum integration time: 1 ms 1 ms
S:N at full signal: 10,000:1 10,000:1
Dark noise (RMS): 6 -24 counts 6 – 24 counts
Default communication: USB 2.0 USB 2.0

OEM Applications
  • Food and agriculture
  • NIR laser characterization
  • Recycling

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