• 4 Great Things About Flame Spectrometers
  • As these transmission measurements attest, Flame delivers consistent results from unit to unit under varying temperature conditions.
  • Multipoint absorbance sampling using three Flame spectrometers. The spectral data captured with this setup is shown under Reason No. 3 above.

Mass Spectrometry & Spectroscopy

4 Great Things About Flame Spectrometers

Mar 26 2015

Imagine a miniature spectrometer that gives you the familiar benefits of modular spectroscopy – without compromise. Flame is designed with the performance-enhancing features you’ve asked for and produced using industry-leading manufacturing techniques refined from decades of experience. Here are five great reasons to consider Flame for your next application:

1. Flame spectrometers are highly configurable.

With Flame, users can select among detectors, optical bench accessories and filter options to configure systems for thousands of applications. Its interchangeable slit design lets users adjust resolution and throughput on demand. Switch between absorbance and fluorescence measurements with ease.

2. Flame has great thermal stability.

Advances in optical design and assembly processes have resulted in a spectrometer with thermal stability of 0.05 nm/°C over a 650 nm range. This is significant for process and similar applications where maintaining measurement consistency in a changing environment is critical.

3. Flame is produced with low unit to unit variation.

New manufacturing techniques that combine the best of automated processes with the artistry of precision assembly have dramatically improved spectrometer to spectrometer reproducibility. This benefits OEMs and integrators who appreciate the small size and great value of miniature spectrometers, but require highly consistent performance from unit to unit.

4. Using the Flame is fun — and simple.

You spoke, we listened. Flame has new features to enhance the user experience, from interchangeable slits for measurement flexibility to device connectors for plug and play operation, simple coupling to external devices or integration into OEM devices. New LED indicators provide a quick visual reference for spectrometer status.

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