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ATP2400 Miniature spectrometer
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  • ATP2400, which has built-in pulsed xenon lamp drive circuits, adopts high sensitivity linear CMOS, and specially customized ultra-low noise CMOS signal processing circuits, which greatly reduces The noise of the sensor is lower, the signal-to-noise ratio is obtained (about twice higher than that of similar competitors), and the measurement reliability of the ATP2400 is improved. The measurement results do not change with the ambient temperature, which is the best level in the industry.
  • ATP2400 can receive SMA905 fiber input light or free space light, and output spectral data measured through USB2.0 or UART ports.
  • ATP2400 only requires a 5V DC power supply or USB power supply, which is very easy to integrate.
  • ATP2400 is a self-designed spectrometer that employs higher performance and smaller size vs USB2000+ 
  • ATP2400 has free SDK for customers self-developed, Optosky support C++, C#, Labview and Linux system SDK, which is very convenient for OEM customers to design solutions.
Detectable range 180-1100 nm
Full scale range ~200 ke-
Pixel dimension 14μm×200μm
Type Linear CMOS
Effective pixels 2048×1
Sensitivity 1300 V/(lx•s)
Dark noise 0.4 mV RMS
Optical parameter
Optical resolution 0.1-2 nm (Depends on slit, spectral range)
Incident Interface SMA905 Optical fiber interface, free space
Dynamic range 5000:1
Working humidity < 90%RH (No condensation)
Slit Size 5、10、25、50、100、150、200 μm Optional, other sizes can be customized
SNR >450: 1
Optical Design f/4 cross asymmetric C-T optical path
Electrical parameter
A/D conversion resolution 16 bit
Integration time 0.1 ms - 256 second
Interface USB 2.0
Supply voltage DC4.5 to 5.5 V (type @5V)
Operating current 250mA@Typ.
Storage temperature -30°C to +70°C
Operating temperature -25-50°C
  • The minim, ultra-thin, ultra-lightweight of a minim;
  • Fiber input and signal output are on the same side, which is very easy to integrate.
  • Detector: linear CMOS
  • Detector pixel: 2048 pixels
  • Ultra-low noise CCD signal processing circuit
  • Maximum spectral range: 180-1180 nm (depending on requirements)
  • Spectral resolution: 0.1-2 nm (depending on spectral range, slit width) 
  • Optical Design: cross-C-T
  • Built-in pulsed xenon lamp driver
  • Casual time: 0.1ms-130s
  • Vinner power supply: DC 5V±10% or USB power supply
  • A16 bit, 2MHz ADC
  • Incident Interface: SMA905 or free space
  • Supported data output interface: USB 2.0 (High speed ) or UART
  • 20-pin dual-row programmable external expansion interface
  • Fast and ultra-micro spectrophotometer;  
  • Environmental protection equipment (flue gas, water quality);
  • Reflection and transmission spectrum detection;
  • Spectral analysis, radiation spectroscopic analysis, spectrophotometric analysis;
  • Laser wavelength measurement.

What are Low Cost spectrometer from Optosky?

ATP1XXX & ATP2XXX belongs to low cost spectrometer.

ATP1000 350-1100nm, replace STS

ATP1010 180-1100nm, replace STS and UV enhanced

ATP1012 Xenon lamp driver built-in upgrade from ATP1010

ATP2000P 180-1100nm, higher performance than USB2000+

ATP2000H high speed rate up to 2K or 4K Hz

ATP2002 Xenon lamp driver built-in upgrade from ATP2000P

ATP2100 highest SNR, wave shape can be edited

ATP2110 Water quality analysis spectrometer

ATP2200 180-1100nm, compete with Flame

ATP2400 ultra thin, smaller than USB2000+ performance higher, replace USB2000+

How many topology structure of optical path for a spectrometer?

There are commonly divided into 4 types of optical path, including crossed C-T, M-shape C-T, concave grating optical path, transmittance grating opitcal path.

Crossed C-T: ATP2000P,ATP2002, ATP2400, ATP1010, ATP5020P, ATP5040, ATP6500

M-shape C-T: ATP3030, ATP3034, ATP3330/4 ATP5030, ATP5034, ATP5330/4 

Concave grating: ATP4230, ATP4020, ATP4050, ATP4070

let's see the M-shape optical path looks like a number "3", so our models uses the 3rd number "3" to indicate M-shape optical path models.

In generally, topology structure can decide resolution, sensitivity, stray light, and size of a spectrometer.

Crossed C-T topology structure employs better sensitivity and compact size.

M-shape C-T employs higher resolution and better stray light.

Concave grating optical path employs high stray light.

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