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FT-IR spectrometer FT/IR-4000,6000 Series
for research

FT-IR spectrometer
FT-IR spectrometer
FT-IR spectrometer
FT-IR spectrometer
FT-IR spectrometer
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Type
FT-IR
Applications
for research

Description

The FT/IR-4000 and FT/IR-6000 Series of FTIR spectrometers redefine this powerful, easy-to-use technique. Each compact model offers reliable operation with some of the highest performance parameters in the industry. Including a sealed interferometer with corner-cube mirrors and AccuTrac™ DSP technology for rapid and accurate tracking of mirror position and velocity for optimum wavenumber precision and signal-to-noise performance. The FTIR Series includes the intuitive Spectra Manager™ Suite with integrated search software solution, KnowItAll® Informatics and database JASCO Edition FTIR Spectrometers System Features Interferometer The interferometer is manufactured as a solid cast aluminum block and is completely sealed. The FT/IR-4000 uses a 45 deg Michelson interferometer and the FT/IR-6000 uses a 28 degree Michelson interferometer. A near frictionless bearing (without the need for a gas supply) supports the moving mirror which is driven by a ‘voice coil’ for accurate vibration free movement. Laser tracking of the moving mirror is made using Accutrac™ with the latest in digital signal processing. The standard KRS-5 windows prevent hygroscopic damage often seen with KBr windows used on some products. Purgeable All models include a fully sealed and desiccated interferometer chamber. In addition, an integrated purge for the optical system is included as standard. Vacuum The FT/IR-6000 can be updated to full or partial vacuum, with separate control of the interferometer, optical pathways and sample compartment.
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