MCPD series

MCPD series

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MCPD series Array spectrometer

MCPD is a multipurpose spectrometer covering from UV to NIR wavelength range.


Using optical fiber, various measurement optics can be configured for versatile application, including micro spot spectrum, light source, transmittance, reflectance, object color and thickness measurement.


#reflectometer, thickness, reflect color, transmittance, transmission color, micro LED, OLED, lighting, kuv, kred, LIDAR, VCSELS

 Features  
  • Wide dynamic range suitable for luminous flux measurement

  • Stray light correction function equipped for UV measurement - now only 20% of stray light level compared to previous model

  • Wide integration time range between 5msec and 65sec, suitable for very weak light source, high speed needs and production line

  • Equipped with scrambling fiber to achieve high reproducibility

  • Light and compact - 60% of downsizing from previous model

 Specifications 
Model2285C3095C3683C311C3610C916C
Wavelength
range(nm)
220 ~ 850300 ~ 950360 ~ 830360 ~ 1,100360 ~ 1,000900 ~ 1,600
Theoretical
resolution(nm)
1.4 / 0.71.4 / 0.71.0 / 0.51.6 / 0.81.71.9
Detector(ch)512 / 1,024512 / 1,024
512 / 1,024
512 / 1,024
512512
electro-cooling CCD image sensor / electro-cooling PDAelectro-cooling
InGaAs image sensor
Optical fiberquartz scramble fiber, φ12 mm, 2 meter longge-dopted quartz fiber,
2 meter long
Integration time5msec. ~ 2sec. / 16msec. ~ 65sec.1msec. ~ 10sec.
Spectroscopeflat field type
InterfaceUSB or LAN
Power supply125VA, single phase AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz
Size and weight105(W) x 230(H) x 280(D)mm, approx. 6kg
 Measurement  

Measurement items

  • Luminescence spectrum

  • Transmission / absorption spectrum

  • Reflection spectrum

  • Photoluminescence

  • Object color

  • Light source color(chromaticity, luminance, illuminance)

  • Film thickness

  • Plasma emission spectrum