Terahertz spectrometer for material analysis and substance identification

by | Apr 17, 2014

New stand-alone terahertz spectrometer “T-SPECTRALYZER” for many fields of analytical measurements. It was awarded with the Photonics West Prism-Award 2014.

#PB6_TSpectralyzer_Bild1The device was designed for quick set-up and for routine measurements in everyday analysis tasks. Only a mains connection is required to make the system ready to use without further infrastructure. The terahertz spectrometer does not require any additional cooling or external gas supply. Individual expansion modules and an intuitive user interface support recording, processing and exporting your measurement results. Thanks to the touchscreen based user-friendly operation, no time-consuming and costly training is required. Within a few seconds, the non-destructive and contact-free analysis of the samples is done. Full automation of the measurement process allows for extensive data sets to be taken without high personnel costs. Its standardized hardware and software interfaces seamlessly integrate the spectrometer into existing networks and process flow.

Identification of substances even through plastic pipes and tubes and other packaging; analysis of chemicals (in powder, tablet form, liquids and gases); characterization of doped semiconductor materials; investigation of moisture distributions; determination of the filling level of polymers; distinguishing various isomers; distinguishing crystalline and amorphous structures; determining the layer thicknesses of multi-layer systems; identifying flaws and cavities in non-electrically conductive components.

Heinrich-Hertz-Straße 2
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