The VIR series are FT/IR spectrometers designed to be applicable flexibly to the usage in laboratory, in field and as built-in.
The VIR-100/200/300 series are compact, lightweight, flexible FT-IR systems. The collimated entrance and exit ports make it an ideal instrument for a wide range of applications. The standard instrument includes a hermetically sealed interferometer, DLATGS detector, high intensity source, KRS-5 windows and automatic alignment. Options can be added for increased sensitivity, optional spectral ranges including NIR, and battery operation.
The FT/IR-6100 provides a high level of functionality and high accuracy measurement capability at a reasonable price.
The FT/IR-6200, with a higher level of resolution offers an excellent choice for gas analysis and other critical applications such as measurement of impurities in semiconductor processing.
The FT/IR-6300 features the highest resolution, and signal-to-noise ratio in the industry. The gold coated optical surfaces provides higher throughput in the Near-IR region and enables expansion to FT-Raman measurement. The FT/IR-6300 includes the Rapid Scan (20 Hz) feature as standard for tracking high speed chemical reactions and other processes.
|Wavenumber Range||7000 ~ 400 cm-1||7800 ~ 350 cm-1||15000 ~ 2200 cm-1|
|Resolution||4 ~ 16 cm-1||0.5 ~ 16 cm-1||0.5 ~ 16 cm-1|
|• Option||M-MCT, N-MCT, W-MCT|
|• Standard||Halogen lamp|
|• Option||Halogen lamp (Auto switching)||High-intensity ceramic source|
|Drive Mode||DSP electromagnetic drive,
Self-learning type of DSP active control
|Dimension & Weight|
The most suitable VIR system can be configured, by selecting accessories matched with applications required. The newly developed MultiChamberIR attachment allows the users to switch three measurement modes from transmittance, ATR and DR in one attachment. Such multi-measurement modes in one attachment are best suited to incoming inspection of variable samples such as powder, solid and liquid.
Combination with MultiChambIR Attachment
Up to three measurement modes in one attachment
External connection optics allows the users to install up to three attachments in one system and to use each attachment simply by switching. Furthermore, Universal optical base enables the users to configure freely customized optics by simply putting mirrors and sample holders onto the base. Therefore, even a large sample or an attachment which cannot fit in the ordinary compartment, can be applied.
Combination with External connection optics
A wide variety of measurement attachment is available. Furthermore, Universal optical base allows the users to configure freely customized optics by simply putting mirrors and sample holders onto the bench.
|Name of Attachment||Main Application / Feature|
|SmartTech Attachment||Qualitative measurement of powder and solid sample|
|Fiber Interface Attachment||Process monitoring|
|Long Path Gas Cell Attachment||Quantification of gas concentration|
|Single Reflectance ATR Attachment||Surface analysis of powder, solid and liquid sample|
|NIR Specular Reflectance Attachment||Non-destructive measurement of food and medicine|
|IRT-1000 Micro IR Attachment||Foreign object|
|Autosampler Attachment||High throughput analysis of drugs, etc.|
|Transmission Measurement Attachment||Qualitative / quantitative analysis of film sample|
|MultiChambIR Attachment||Three measurement modes (Transmittance/reflectance, diffusive reflectance and ATR) in one attachment|
Dedicated accessory configurations include gas cells, microscopes, NIR fiber optics, and open path analyzers. The MPS sample compartment allows connection to commercially available FT-IR accessories. The system is designed for high performance in the laboratory and in the field.
External connection optics
Qualitative, surface and quantitative analysis can be carried out in one system.
Foreign objective analysis
A wide range of sample size from centimeter down to micron can be applied to.
Universal optical base (gas analysis)
A wide range of gas concentration can be applied by attaching gas cells with several different pathlength.
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