Innovative fiber optic probes and fiber couplers designed for online analytical analysis in broad spectral range – from UV to Mid-IR
FlexiSpec® product line from art photonics GmbH – is a cluster of innovative fiber optic probes and fiber couplers designed for online analytical analysis in broad spectral range – from UV to Mid-IR.
FlexiSpec® family of Immersion Fiber Probes includes ATR, Transmission, Translfection, Fluorescent and Diffuse Reflection probes – all compatible with any FT-MIR, FT-NIR or dispersion spectrometer, process-photometer, IR-LED or QCL spectral sensor to use in-line for PAT-applications.
FlexiSpec® probes design is cleanable for many processes where probe optics can be contaminated by media. Industrial probes are compatible with process-interfaces SensoGate-FOS and Ceramat-FOS with approved fittings to secure their semi or full automated use in complete process control systems. They can be retracted, cleaned and calibrated during chemical process – to enable remote process-control in any liquid, gas or solid mixtures under harsh environmental conditions.
Combined with FTIR or UV/Vis spectrophotometers, art photonics fiber probes facilitate qualitative and quantitative product analysis and enable the determination of specific chemical and physical properties.
They offer two categories of FlexiSpec® product portfolio: standard and customized. The standard products consist of preconfigured probes, which can be implemented in the laboratory, pilot plants or in production. The customized products allow users to custom configure fiber probes based on their unique process requirements.
Spectroscopy Fiber Probes:
Fiber Probes for Raman Spectroscopy
Fiber Probes for Process Spectroscopy
Fiber Optic ATR-Probes for Harsh Environment
Fiber Optic Transmission and TransFlex Probe
Gas Transmission Infrared Fiber Optic Probe for Gases
Cleanable Fiber Probe with Process Interfaces
CIP/SIP ATR Fiber Probe for Bioprocess
Margin Guide for Tumor Diagnostics, Raman Needle Probe
Fiber Probe for Simultaneous Mid-IR and Fluorescence Spectroscopic Analysis