DeepView™ NIR

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For the first time, a real-life spectrometer engine based on ruggedized, reliable, affordable optical components is available for SD-OCT system integration.

BaySpec’s DeepView™ SD-OCT spectrographs are compatible with the world’s leading CCD and InGaAs detector array cameras. As a convenience, BaySpec can offer SD-OCT spectral engines in a stand-alone spectrograph format or fully assembled and aligned with the camera of choice.

Nunavut™ InGaAs

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Benefiting from experience manufacturing high-volume optical devices for the telecommunications industry, BaySpec’s InGaAs detectors utilize high reliability, field-proven components. Based on our history developing detectors for the telecommunications industry and the fact that our detectors are built in-house, BaySpec offers for the first time in instrumentation history an affordable, accurate and ruggedized spectral detector.

The Nunavut™ series employs the latest in opto-electronic components to bring you maximized sensitivity at a very competitive price. When matched to a BaySpec NIR-SWIR or Raman spectrograph you have a compact, high performance, cost-effective instrument. Each camera is calibrated in the factory after extensive thermal cycling. The control electronics read out the processed digital signal to extract required information. Both the raw data and the processed data are available to the host. Optimal cooling of the detector arrays allows for greatly improved low-light spectral measurements and reduced dark noise.

ASE Light Sources

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Parameter Unit C-Band Normal C-Band Flat-Top C+L Band Normal Note
Wavelength Range nm 1525 – 1565 1525 – 1565 1525 – 1605
Maximum Output Power dBm > 16 > 11 > 16
Spectral Density dBm/nm > -10 > -10 > -17
Power Stability dB < 0.03 < 0.03 < 0.03 After 1 hour warming up
Power Supply V 100 – 240 100 – 240 100 – 240
Power Consumption W < 10 < 10 < 12
Operating Temperature °C 0 to 40 0 to 40 0 to 40
Storage Temperature °C -40 to 80 -40 to 80 -40 to 80
Optical Fiber SMF-28 SMF-28 SMF-28
Optical Connector FC/PC FC/PC FC/PC Customer specify
Dimension mm 212x88x203 OEM

SuperGamut™ UV-NIR

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The SuperGamut™ series employs a highly-efficient holographic Volume Phase Grating (VPG®) as the spectral dispersion element and an ultra-sensitive CCD detector, thereby providing high-speed parallel processing and continuous spectral measurements. The devices utilize either a fiber optic input or free-space optical input arrangement, based on customer preferences.

Nunavut™ CCD

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Benefiting from experience manufacturing high-volume optical devices for the telecommunications industry, BaySpec’s silicon-based CCD detectors utilize high reliability, field-proven components. Based on our history developing detectors for the telecommunications industry and the fact that our detectors are built in-house, BaySpec offers for the first time in instrumentation history an affordable, accurate and ruggedized spectral detector.

The Nunavut™ series employs the latest in opto-electronic components to bring you maximized sensitivity at a very competitive price. When matched to a BaySpec UV-VIS-NIR or Raman spectrograph you have a compact, high performance, cost-effective instrument. Each camera is calibrated in the factory after extensive thermal cycling. The control electronics read out the processed digital signal to extract required information. Both the raw data and the processed data are available to the host. Optimal cooling of the detector arrays allows for greatly improved low-light spectral measurements.

SuperGamut™ VIS-NIR

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The SuperGamut™ series employs a highly-efficient holographic Volume Phase Grating (VPG®) as the spectral dispersion element and an ultra-sensitive CCD detector, thereby providing high-speed parallel processing and continuous spectral measurements. The devices utilize either a fiber optic input or free-space optical input arrangement, based on customer preferences.

DeepView™ SWIR

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For the first time, a real-life spectrometer engine based on ruggedized, reliable, affordable optical components is available for SD-OCT system integration.

BaySpec’s DeepView™ SD-OCT spectrographs are compatible with the world’s leading CCD and InGaAs detector array cameras. As a convenience, BaySpec can offer SD-OCT spectral engines in a stand-alone spectrograph format or fully assembled and aligned with the camera of choice.

MiniLite™ Lasers

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Key Specs

Center Wavelength

532 nm

647 nm

785 nm

1064 nm

1310 nm

Mode

multi-mode

multi-mode

single and multi-mode

single and multi-mode

single-mode

Fiber Coupled Output Power

80 mW

350 mW

40 mW (single-mode)

400 mW (single-mode)

250 mW

700 mW (multi-mode)

750 mW (multi-mode)

Spectral Width (FWHM)

0.3 nm

0.08 nm

0.06 nm (single-mode)

0.08 nm

0.1-2 nm

0.08 nm (multi-mode)

SuperGamut™ NIR-SWIR

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Benefiting from experience manufacturing high-volume optical channel performance monitoring devices for the telecommunications industry, BaySpec’s spectral devices utilize high-performance, field-proven components. For the first time in instrumentation history an affordable, accurate and ruggedized spectral device is a reality.

The SuperGamut series employs a highly-efficient holographic Volume Phase Grating (VPG®) as the spectral dispersion element and an ultra-sensitive InGaAs detector, thereby providing high-speed parallel processing and continuous spectral measurements. The devices utilize either a fiber optic input or free-space optical input arrangement, based on customer preferences.

MovingLab™ Transportable Microscope

Standard offerings are 532, 785, or 1064 nm single-band, and can be configured with any wavelength of choice or dual-band. Already have a microscope? –We can retrofit any commercially available microscope with one of our Raman engines, please contact us for an affordable quote.

Key Specs

Base

Upright microscope

Objectives

4 position turret with objectives up to 100X

Stage

70 mm X 50 mm, manual

Video Camera

Color CCD, 30 fps

Dimensions

305 x 305 x 381 (H) (12 in x 12 in x 15 in)

Weight

7 Kg (15 lbs)

Laser Wavelength (dual-band available)

532 nm

785 nm

1064 nm

Laser Power (Adjustable)

0-50 mW

0-450 mW

0-450 mW

Spectral Range

100-3200 cm-1

100-2300 cm-1

100-2300 cm-1

Spectral Resolution

9-12 cm-1

6-9 cm-1

12-17  cm-1

Interface

Internal PC included; external PC via USB 2.0

Input Voltage

24 V DC or 110 to 220 V AC

Power Consumption

< 85 W

Battery

Lithium ion, 3 hr battery life

 

 

 

SuperGamut™ Benchtop

The SuperGamut™ series employs a highly-efficient holographic Volume Phase Grating (VPG®) as the spectral dispersion element and an ultra-sensitive CCD or InGaAs detector, thereby providing high-speed parallel processing and continuous spectral measurements. The devices utilize either a fiber optic input or free-space optical input arrangement, and may incorporate internal light sources, based on customer preferences.

UV-VIS-NIR Accessories

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Probes
A variety of fiber probe designs are available, customized to your specific application. Available designs include a standard lens-based handheld probe for standoff or contact measurements, dip probes for immersion in liquids, miniaturized bundle probes for contact measurements, and miniaturized standoff probes with options for multiple wavelengths or modalities.

— Dip Probes
These assemblies can be immersed into a liquid solution in order to obtain spectra of its constituents and are commonly referred to as a dip probe or a transmission probe. The basic design consists of two fibers with a lens that collimates the light from one fiber through an open section through which the liquid can pass. The light is reflected off of a mirror to pass through the liquid and lens a second time and is refocused onto the second fiber for transmission to the analyzing instrument. For the standard probe design, the liquid absorption pathlength is double the physical opening of the threaded, replaceable tip.

Optical Adapters
These adapters are designed to fit onto a connector or custom termination, or can be designed to mount onto a piece of equipment. Their purpose is to image or collimate the light from the fiber(s), or to focus light onto the fiber(s) from a light source. Generally they consist of a machined part with the optical element mounted in place, with or without a focusing adjustment. Optical adapters also consist of vacuum feedthroughs where optical testing is performed through a chamber wall. This can be accomplished using a variety of modified vacuum flange designs, such as the standard conflat flanges which are available. The fiber assembly is sealed using Varian Torr Seal and may include a lens to collimate or capture the signal.

Hardware Adapters
This product class generally contains no optical components, but can be used for mounting fiber assemblies to a piece of equipment, to another fiber assembly, or for enclosing optical components or assemblies. Standard adapters include those which mate SMA, FC, ST or any other standard connector to another connector. Other custom adapters are generally made specifically for OEM clients and their applications.

Jumpers
Commonly called jumpers or patchcords, these basic fiber assemblies range from more generic datacom jumpers to the single fiber, large core cable designs utilizing more robust and customized components. Optical coatings to lower the reflection (AR coating) or to create a cutoff wavelength can be added to the fiber, as well as any multi-fiber assembly. We also offer high power SMA’s using SS or copper ferrules which have an air pocket surrounding the front of the SMA ferrule, as well as an aluminum or copper heatsink to pull the thermal energy away from the fiber.

Bundles
A fiber bundle assembly is used for transporting light from extended sources using more than one fiber, up to thousands of fibers. The style of termination on each end may be some of our standard types of terminations. However, many products are OEM based and therefore require a specific design that can be manufactured by one of our top quality suppliers to our exacting standards.

The fibers can be arranged into round, ring, a single line or a multi-segment line or arc, or packed into 2D shapes and arrays. V-grooves in the base material are commonly used for interfacing to diode lasers and can be AR coated to maximize light throughput.

Bifurcated Bundles
These assemblies are the same as bundles, but either one side or both sides of the assembly can be separated into a multiple number of standard or custom-designed terminations and fiber configurations to match the physical and optical characteristics required at the terminations. These assemblies can be used to split or combine optical power and are available with various fiber distribution designs from one end to the other.

Bundle assemblies using SM, 50 or 62.5um core fibers generally made for datacom applications are commonly called harnesses and use standard datacom connectors such as FC, ST, LC, SC, MTP, MT-RJ, etc. for short assemblies