- Model UVEGA - Emission Monitoring System

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The heart of the UVEGA system is based on charge capacitor diode array (CCD) technology. The fundamentals of the system’s operation is simple. First, ultra-violet light is generated from some type of source, usually either a deuterium or xenon lamp. The light is collected and concentrated using special optics. The concentrated light then passes through an input lens into the spectrometer via a fiber optic coupling. Once inside the spectrometer, the light is broken out into it various wavelengths by sending it through a holographic grating. The light then hits the CCD array which in turn charges the capacitor. The capacitors are discharged at a sample rate set by the user and the light signal at each light frequency is proportional to the total charge of each capacitor. Finally, a graphical representation of the UV spectra is produced by measuring the electrical charge of each capacitor at each given wavelength (signal intensity vs. wavelength).

  • PC embedded technology
  • No moving parts
  • Spectroscopic & Concentration value display
  • CCD technology
  • Low cost of ownership
  • 19” Rack mounting
  • El.Power  120/220 Vac 50-60Hz
  • LDL < 0f  0,5 ppmV
  • Accuracy +/- 1% of the full scale
  • User friendly interface
  • Signal output : 4-20 ma / RS232
  • Calibration

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