The compact stationary outdoor single-matrix optical emission spectrometer GS1000-II based on PMT (Hamamatsu photoelectronic multipliers) is designed for fast and accurate rapid analysis.
Thanks to its robust design and simple operation, the device is ideal for use in the factory, both for input control and for material control.
In order to guarantee independence from the external conditions surrounding the spectrometer, the detectors (photomultipliers) and the integrating system are placed in a thermally stabilized vacuum chamber.
Analytical capabilities cover the precise analysis of short-wave elements such as carbon, phosphorus, sulfur and nitrogen in steels and cast iron and phosphorus in aluminum.
Like all OBLF devices, electric sparks are generated by a digital strobe pulse generator, with the possibility of simply setting the best possible excitation parameters in combination with a short analysis time.
Minimal maintenance is required due to the open design and the self-cleaning spark tripod. A distinctive feature is the patented argon supply system optimized to maintain a minimum argon consumption, as a result – very low
The OBLF QSN 750-II device is a spark vacuum optical emission spectrometer with an optical system radius of 750 mm, which can be used as a single- or multi-matrix. As a result, the spectrometer has a wide field of applications not only in the production of metal in industrial production, but also in the testing of materials in research institutes.
Integrating electronics and photoelectronic multipliers, selected according to the customer's specification, are placed in an optical chamber, and thus protected from external influences. The temperature stabilization of the optics and the GDS pulse digital generator guarantee a high degree of signal reproducibility and analytical constancy. The design of the easily disassembled self-cleaning patented spark tripod and the optical camera entrance window allow the user to service them without difficulty. The used argon is cleaned by a filter.
The QSG 750 optical emission spectrometer of the West German company OBLF Spectrometry GmbH can be called the flagship model on a full basis. This single- or multi-matrix model is ideal for all applications requiring the lowest possible detection limits, maximum reproducibility and additional metallurgical information about the substance being determined. The range of applications ranges from the main industries of a steel or rolling mill and metalworking industries up to research institutes and universities. The main difference from other OBLF devices is the data recording system based on the GISS technology developed by OBLF (Gated Integration of Single Sparks - Gated Integration of Single Sparks). GISS-recording technology in combination with processing of the intensities of single sparks of all measuring channels in real time, together with time-resolution spectroscopy, makes possible numerous additional
The OBLF VEOs optical emission spectrometer is a versatile, flexible and fast analyzer of all common metallic materials. The VEOs spectrometer uses the most advanced detector technology based on semiconductor sensors specially designed for emission spectroscopy. Analytical abilities provide accurate analysis of short-wave elements such as nitrogen or low carbon.
The OBLF VEOs device is the first stationary emission spectrometer based on a semiconductor sensor system, the analytical capabilities of which, including the spectral resolution required for a laboratory spectrometer, are by no means inferior to devices based on reliable photomultipliers. Here, for the first time, photosensors with excellent characteristics for the required wavelength range – from 130 to 780 nm - were used. The design of the photosensitive CMOS detectors has been specially adapted to the requirements of emission spectrometry. They are distinguished by a large luminosity
The OBLF MVS1000 optical emission spectrometer is used for rapid analysis during melting, for input control of metals and alloys on all bases, for technological control of workpieces, parts, etc.
The compact stationary outdoor multi-matrix OE spectrometer on the latest CCD detectors is designed to carry out all typical measurements of any alloys. Thanks to its robust design and simple operation, the device is ideal for use in the factory, both for input control and for material control.
To ensure the absence of environmental influences, detectors and reading electronics are placed in a thermostabilized chamber. Like all OBLF devices, electric sparks are generated by a digital strobe pulse generator, with the possibility of simply setting the best possible excitation parameters in combination with a short analysis time.
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