Cooled -20℃ NIR512-2.5 Spectrometer

Cooled -20℃ NIR512-2.5 Spectrometer
1 unit
Made in China

ATP8000-5-26 is self-developed by Optosky to replace NIR Quest aiming features high performance cost less,  900-2600nm NIR, Near Infrared spectrometer with 512 pixels, InGaAs cooled down to -20ºC, resulting in low noise, 2 times higher SNR, better reliability, measuring results do not change with ambient temperatures.
Allow for custom or preconfigured wavelength range, resolution by changing grating lines or slit size. Three common standard maxium wavelength are ATP8000-5-17 900-1700 nm, ATP8000-5-21 900-2100 nm , ATP8000-5-26 900-2600 nm.
Crossed C-T optical bench design the higher sensitivity improve measure accuracy and detect tiny change spectrum, the optimized optical resolution level is superior for NIR spectrometer manufacturing.

  • ATP8600 covers 900-2500nm NIR spectrometer developed by Optosky for customers have less budget NIR requirements.
  • It uses cooled InGaAs detector with 512 pixels, Cooled down to -20ºC.
  • Compact size fit to a wide system integration in industrial measurement.
  •  SMA905 fiber input or free-space 
  • USB powered and 5V DC UART power
  • custom configured wavelength range and optical resolutioon can satisfy different requirements
  • Free SDK package for OEM customers integration


  • Advanced NIR spectrometer craftsmanship
  • Widest NIR range: 900-2600 nm 
  • Extendable range from UV VIS to Mid IR: 200-5000 nm
  • Free NIR spectrometer software
  • Global leading NIR spectrometer technology from Manufacturer with 20 year
  • Custom or preconfigured wavelength range and optical resolution

  • Chemical composition of Plastics, Polymers
  • Waste water detection
  • Water, Protein, Fat contents of grains
  • Carbonization characterization analysis during Paper making and pulp processing
  • Online monitoring Chinese herb production
  • Solar cell detection
  • QA/QC inspection of pharmaceutical ingredients
  • Soils component analysis
  • NIR laser characterization
  • Hydrocarbon analysis in oil and gas