New Luminar 4060 spectrometer exceeds customer demands
Our partner Brimrose Corporation is introducing a new spectrometer that is based on and meets many 21st century customer demands. The unit also complies with the European Union’s Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive.
“We are very excited to introduce the Brimrose Luminar 4060,” said Brimrose Founder and CEO Dr. Ron Rosemeier. “The 4060 is the result of our integration of a lot of what our customers want with a lot of new technology. Customers told us they want a spectrometer that is small, has low-power consumption, has no moving parts and has an economic price tag—all with our AOTF technology. That’s a tall order but we are delivering it with the 4060.”
The unit is based on the same superior foundation as all Brimrose spectrometers, including acousto-optic tunable filter near infrared (AOTF-NIR) technology, which offers the amazing scanning speed of 16,000 wavelengths per second.
"The perennially dependable Brimrose spectrometer has been placed in a new, better designed unit," according to Emil Ciurczak, spectrometer industry expert and author, and founder of Doramaxx Consulting. "The emphasis on miniaturization is more user friendly, as is the new software design, which has changed to a Linux operating system. It is very versatile and uses range from benchtop to a stand-alone wireless unit.”
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