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Aryelle 400

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LTB Lasertechnik Berlin,  a developer and manufacturer of short-pulse lasers, high-resolution spectrometers and laser-based measuring systems, has launched a new spectrometer setup based on its high-resolution Aryelle 400 spectrometer in combination with a 2048 x 2048 pixels scientific grade CCD detector.

The echelle spectrometer Aryelle 400, whose reliable optical setup was developed by the ISAS Berlin, has already been so far on top of high-resolution broadband spectrometers offering the perfect solution for challenging measurement tasks like LIBS measurements on ferrous and non-ferrous metals.

The scientific grade CCDs with 2048 x 2048 pixels that only recently have become available for commercial usage allow LTB now to achieve a new level of high resolution over a broad simultaneous wavelength range. For the range from 190-900nm a resolution of 15,000 is achieved, whereas for the range from 250-900nm LTB has even realised a spectrometer setup with a resolving power of 50,000.

The new level of performance expands the application spectrum of the Aryelle 400. Focused on the laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS), the latest spectrometer model is an excellent choice for all R&D divisions requiring an all-in-one device suitable for a wide scope of applications.