ARYELLE 200

ARYELLE 200 spectrometer

The perfect compromise between high spectral resolution, size and price – the UV-VIS-NIR wide-range echelle spectrometer ARYELLE 200 with 200 mm focal length for LIBS and Raman spectroscopy.

  • Compact and stable
  • High spectral resolving power (7,000-15,000)
  • Large simultaneous wavelength range
  • Suitable with various detectors (CMOS, CCD, EMCCD, ICCD)
  • Up to 40 spectra/s

Setup

The ARYELLE 200 is a high-resolution, optical fiber coupled ARraY echELLE spectrometer that is characterized by its high sensitivity and high imaging quality. It features an aperture of f/10 and a focal length of 200 mm. The dispersion unit with echelle grating, prism, imaging optics and entrance slit can individually be adapted to different customer applications. Depending on the required simultaneously detectable wavelength range, the ARYELLE 200 provides the measurement of two-dimensional echelle spectra from the UV up to the NIR range with a spectral resolving power of 7,000 up to 15,000 (at 40 µm slit width). Various CMOS, CCD, EMCCD and ICCD cameras are suitable for the designed detection area of 13 x 13 mm². Automatic recalibration of the wavelength scale is provided by a mercury lamp and an internal shutter.
ARYELLE optical setup

The supplied operating software Sophi with optional LabVIEW library allows fully control of all spectrometer-detector functions via graphic user interface and provides automated measurement routines with an integrated scripting language. All lines of the gained spectrum are automatically analyzed with the integrated atomic spectra data base and qualitatively assigned to the corresponding elements. Quantitative analysis is based on calibration with reference materials.

Specifications

Optical design echelle spectrograph
Aperture f/10
Focal length 200 mm
Slit width 40 µm
Wavelength range 200-750 nm / 210-850 nm
Spectral resolving power 9,000
Spectral resolution FWHM 22-83 pm / 23-94 pm
Absolute accuracy spectral resolution / 4
Detector CMOS / CCD / ICCD , 13 x 13 mm2 image area
Dynamic range 15 bit, AD conversion 16 bit
Light coupling SMA fiber coupling
Wavelength calibration with mercury lamp
Computer PC incl. monitor or laptop with Microsoft Windows
Software Sophi, Sophi Server for integration
Dimensions without detector (L x W x H) (260 x 160 x 185) mm
Weight without detector 7.3 kg

 

Other spectral resolutions and wavelength ranges on request

Subject to technical changes without notice

Spectra

ARYELLE 200 spectrum HgARYELLE 200 spectrum Hg lamp @ 253 nm
ARYELLE 200 LIBS spectrum aluminium alloyARYELLE 200 LIBS spectrum aluminium alloy

Applications


Customer Publications

AUTHOR TITLE YEAR
L. QUACKATZ et al Spatially resolved EDS, XRF and LIBS measurements of the chemical composition of duplex stainless steel welds: A comparison of methods 2022
Y. ZHANG et al Fast identification of mural pigments at Mogao Grottoes using a LIBS-based spectral matching algorithm 2022
Y. NAOI et al Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy of Er II for Transition Probability Measurements 2022
L. QUACKATZ et al In situ investigation of chemical composition during TIG welding in duplex stainless steels using Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) 2021
Y. YIN et al Influence of particle size distribution of pigments on depth profiling of murals using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy 2021
Q. LIN et al Quantitative multiple-element simultaneous analysis of seaweed fertilizer by laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy 2020
F. POGGIALINI et al Investigating double pulse nanoparticle enhanced laser induced breakdown spectroscopy 2020
F. POGGIALINI et al Determination of the Stark broadening coefficients of tantalum emission lines by time-independent Extended C-sigma method 2020
CR. BHATT et al Evaluation of analytical performance of double pulse laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy for the detection of rare earth elements 2020
S. MAJI et al Exploring LIBS for simultaneous estimation of Sr, Ba and La in LiCl-KCl salt 2020
UA. TAPARLI et al Tungsten inert gas bead-on-plate weld chemical composition analysis by laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy 2020
FZ. HAMDANI et al Depth Profiling of Solar Cells Using Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) 2020
Z. WANG et al Multivariate quantitative analysis of metal in steel using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy 2019

 


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