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200-1100nm Low-noise Spectrometer
Product Code: ATP2000P


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Optosky ATP2000P has a low-noise, high-performance, and cost-effective. The sensor used 2048 pixel CCD responding from 200-1100 nm.

ATP2000P is ideal for fast-detect because of high A/D converter frequency and the high-speed data transmission. In the memory chip is available for some solid programmed algorithms that can improve the performance, such as wavelength calibration coefficient, linearity coefficient. It transfers spectrum to PC through USB 2.0 or RS232 interface. ATP2000P operates with a single +5VDC supply supplied from USB or duo-pin interface.

Detector type Linear array detector
Effective pixels 2048
Pixels dimension 14μm×200μm
Sensitivity 1300 V/(lx·s)
Dark noise 13 RMS @ 13 ˚C
Optical parameter
detect range 200-1100 nm
Wavelength range 200-1100 nm
Optical resolution 0.2-5 nm
Signal-to-noise >1800:1
Dynamic range 8.5 x 107 (system); 2000:1 for a single acquisition
Working temperature -25-50 oC
Working humidity < 90%RH
Optical configuration
Optical design f/4 crossed asymmetrical Czerny-Turner
Focal distance 40 mm for incidence / 60 mm for output
Incident slit 50 μm (25, 100 um are optional)
Incident Interface SMA905 connector
Electrical parameter
Integration time 0.1 ms - 256 second
Interfaces USB 2.0
A/D conversion resolution 16 bit
Supply voltage DC4.5 to 5.5 V (type @5V)
Operating current 170mA@Typ.
Storage temperature -30°C to +70°C
Operating temperature -25-50 oC
Physical parameters
Dimension 102×72×34 mm3
Weight 0.2kg
Sealing Anti-sweat

spectral region: 200-1000 nm

Spectral resolution: 0.2-5 nm

Optical configuration: crossed Czerny-Turner

Linear low noise CMOS detector with 2048 pixel

Integration times: 0.1ms-256s

Supply voltage: DC 5V (USB Power)

16 bit, 2MHz A/D Converter

Interface: USB2.0 (High speed)

20-pin connector for interfacing to external products


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