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    Spark Emission Spectrometer for Versatile Applications
    • Complete and flexible inclusion of all analytical tasks
    • Easily extendable applications
    • The latest, specially developed detector technology
    • Excellent performance with regard to detection limit, precision, stability
    • Robust design for use in heavy-duty environments
    • Most comprehensive multi-matrix application options without any restrictions regarding the selection of elements for analysis
    • Accurate detection of nitrogen and traces of carbon (ULC)
    Technical Specification
    • Optical System
      • - Paschen-Runge line up
      • - Temperature stabilised to +5C
      • - Resolution 7 pm/Pixel
      • (50 pm/Pixel alkaline optic)
      • - Wavelength range 130 - 680/780 nm
      • - Three types of solid state detectors
      • - Optimised pixel area for the OES
      • - Highest sensitivity for short wavelengths due to backside-illumination
    • Vacuum System
      • - Automatic vacuum control
      • - Pump duty cycle < 5%
      • - Oil-free optical system
    • Spark Stand
      • - Optimised for low Ar consumption
      • - Patented self-cleaning function
      • - Digital Ar flow control
    • Spark Generator
      • - Maintenance free Gated Digital Source
      • - Digital, fully semiconductor-based control
      • - Spark frequency up to 1000 Hz
    • Dimensions & Weight
      • - Dimensions 74 x 134 x 115 cm (wxhxd)
      • - Weight approx. 300 kg

    Featuring cutting-edge detector technology on the basis of semiconductor detectors that were specially developed for emission spectroscopy, OBLF's VeOS spark emission spectrometer enables versatile, flexible and quick analysis of all common metallic materials. The analytical spectrum also includes the precise analysis of short-wave elements like sulphur, phosphorous, nitrogen, carbon (incl. ULC) in steel or cast iron and phosphorous in aluminium.

    OBLF's Veos is the first spark spectrometer to feature a semiconductor- based detector system whose analytical performance - including the spectral resolution required for a laboratory spectrometer - is every bit as good as established photomultiplier-based systems. This brand new photo-detector technology was specifically developed for spark emission spectroscopy and guarantees excellent results over the entire required wavelength range of 130 to 780 nm. The design of the light-sensitive detectors, which are characterised by a surface that is 100 times more light sensitive than detectors found in conventional systems, was specially adapted to suit the requirements of emission spectroscopy.

    As a result, this is the first device to offer the best possible combination of spectral sensitivity and spectral resolution along with an innovative design that both guarantees OBLF's well-known quality and the greatest flexibility of use.