Extractive monitoring system with cell for gas flow

The Fourier Transformed Spectrometers in the TITAN series are designed to operate in a continuous flow according to the defined technique of "extraction" of the analyte.

The tools can be configured with the installation of gas cells produced in different materials, with different optical paths (from 1 cm to 100 m) and with the possibility of a temperature control system and pressure control.

The particularly robust, honeycomb construction, together with the unique interferometer features, allow it to be used in every position and under any kind of operating condition (outside, on a mobile vehicle, on an industrial plant, in damp, dusty places, etc.).

The special technology of these analysers makes them robust and precise like no other system available today for the analysis of the emissions; its technical specifications are, in fact, superior even to many FTIR Spectrophotometers used in research.

The resolution is 0.5 cm-1, the MCT (Mercury Cadmium Telluride) Detector and the wide spectral range 7800 ... 350 cm-1, belong to the narrow field of research instruments, making the MIDAC system unbeatable by any other analyser of its kind.

Open path emissive monitoring system

The Fourier Transformed Spectrometers in the M2400 series are manufactured to operate in emission. They can be equiped with a telescope for pointing on samples furthest from the detection system.

Its manufacturing specifications are identical to the TITAN series above.

The M240X model forms the basis for the different optical "Open Path" monitoring systems and infra-red radiometry.

  • The basic system operates in Emission up to a range of about 50 meters.
  • In order to operate beyond the 50 m up to about 1 km, an appropriate Telescope is required.
  • If the temperature difference between sample and detector is insufficient for the detection of the sample itself, the system can easily be transformed into the "Bistatic Configuration".
  • The bistatic configuration includes the addition of an external source to the emissive system, in order to recreate the same operating conditions of traditional transmission jobs.
  • Depending on the OPERATING ENVIRONMENT and SPECTRAIL INTERVAL of WORK, it is essential to diversify the type of optics and detector.
  • 20 mrad field of vision. (without a telescope). 3.8 cm opening
  • The MIDAC CORPORATION can provide spectrometers in MIR and NIR, with suitable detectors and fully hydrophobic optics.

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