• New LTB broadband spectrometer with resolving power of up to 50,000

    Breakthrough – spectroscopy without compromise LTB Lasertechnik Berlin announces the launch of 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 unrivaled echelle spectrometer ARYELLE 400, whose outstanding reliable optical setup was developed by the ISAS Berlin, has already been […]

  • Scrap metal sorting with LIBS – LTB paper published

    LTB’s spectroscopy team in cooperation with ISAS Berlin – Leibniz–Institut für Analytische Wissenschaften published their latest results on high-speed classification in scrap metal sorting using LIBS technology in an industrial environment. Sampling speed of 25 samples per second with average classification correctness varying between 76‑100 % is achieved. Comparison of different multivariate discriminatory techniques (PCA, PLS-DA) is […]

  • New Israeli distributor: Militram Industries, Ltd.

    LTB Lasertechnik Berlin is pleased to announce the appointment of Militram Industries, Ltd. as its exclusive distributor in Israel, which will be responsible for marketing and sales of LTB’s products. Militram has more than 30 years of experience in diverse technological fields such optics, lasers, electro optics, materials, computing and offers a wide range of […]

  • Expansion of European distribution network: LTB wins TOP Metrology SRL as distributor in Romania

    LTB Lasertechnik Berlin GmbH is pleased to announce the appointment of TOP Metrology SRL as its exclusive distributor in Romania. TOP Metrology SRL, established in 2011 by a team of professionals with extensive experience in metrology, will be responsible for marketing and sales of LTB’s products in Romania. It will provide consulting, installation, training, warranty […]

  • LIBS analyzer of LTB Lasertechnik Berlin at Hannover Messe 2015, 13-17 April

    In research cooperation with the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM) and the Institut für angewandte Photonik (IAP), LTB Lasertechnik Berlin has successfully developed a analyzer for inline process control of complex substances, which combines laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) and x-ray fluorescence (XRF) technology in a single device. The prototype has been used […]

  • LIBSorter 300 – industrial sorting of metals and alloys in recycling

    LTB Lasertechnik Berlin expands the product portfolio with the LIBSorter 300, a robust and high-performance online analysis system for industrial recycling applications of secondary raw materials especially under harsh environmental conditions.

  • Joint laboratory of LTB Lasertechnik Berlin and the Research Center of Analytical Instrumentation (RCAI, China)

    According to the slogan “LIBS: from laboratory to industry” LTB Lasertechnik Berlin and the Research Center of Analytical Instrumentation (RCAI) inaugurated a joint laboratory at Sichuan University in Chengdu, China. In front of 50 participants from science and industry, an engraved plate was symbolically presented to C. Scholz and T. Seger from LTB Lasertechnik Berlin […]

  • ARYELLE 150 spectrometer on ESA-NASA mission

    LTB’s smallest high-resolution echelle spectrometer ARYELLE 150 will be on board of NASA DC-8 Airborne Laboratory flight scheduled for 02/27/2015. The international researchers participating in the mission pursue the objective to monitor the shallow reentry of ESA’s 5th and final Automated Transfer Vehicle ATV-5 “Georges Lemaître” over the South Pacific Ocean to better understand the […]

  • Import ARYELLE spectra into MATLAB

    LTB Lasertechnik Berlin releases a MATLAB function to load *.ary files, the default file format of our spectrometer software Sophi, into MATLAB.

  • LIBSlab – chemical multi-elemental analysis with LIBS in modular benchtop design

    LTB Lasertechnik Berlin launches LIBSlab – a compact and easy to use measuring instrument for the qualitative and quantitative multi-elemental analysis of solid, liquid and gaseous samples by means of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS). Laser: Nd:YAG and excimer lasers with different wavelengths and pulse energies, depending on customer application Software and PC: the operating and […]