The Flame spectrometer is built using industry-leading manufacturing techniques that help deliver high thermal stability and low unit to unit variation — without compromising the flexibility and configurability that are the hallmark of Ocean Optics miniature spectrometers. New features such as interchangeable slits, indicator LEDs and simple device connectors deliver more freedom and less frustration.
Whether you are an educator looking for an instrument to teach students the basic principles of spectroscopy, a research lab looking to make a breakthrough, or an engineer working to integrate a spectrometer into an OEM system, the Flame will provide you with the performance and features you need to make your UV-Vis spectroscopy application successful.
- Modular — configurable to your application and needs within the wavelength range 190-1100 nm
- Compatible — works with Ocean Optics light sources, accessories and software
- Easy to use — plug and play via the micro USB connection
- User interchangeable slit — allows you to vary the resolution and throughput of the spectrometer on demand
- Indicator LEDs — indicator of power and data transfer status at all times
- Compact and lightweight — 89.1 mm x 63.3 mm x 34.4 mm and just 265 g
|Optical resolution||~0.1-10.0 nm FWHM (configuration dependent)|
|Signal-to-noise ratio||250:1 (full signal)||300:1 (at full signal)|
|Dark noise||50 RMS counts|
|Dynamic range||1300:1 for a single acquisition, 8.5 x 10^7 (system)|
|Integration time||1 ms – 65 seconds||3.8 ms – 10 seconds|
|A/D resolution||16 bit|
|Power consumption||250 mA @ 5 VDC|
|Inputs/Outputs||8 x user programmable GPIOs|
|Trigger modes||4 modes|
|Gated delay feature||Yes|
|Connectors||USB, high density 40 pin JAE DD4 connector|
|Detector||Sony ILX511B linear silicon CCD array||Toshiba TCD1304AP linear silicon CCD array|
|Detector range||190-1100 nm||190-1100 nm|
|Dimensions||89.1 mm x 63.3 mm x 31.9 mm (34.4 mm with feet)|
Request a quote for Flame or call us on UK: +44 (0)1954 232 776 / Ireland: +353 (0)144 75170.