IO / Extruder Optics

In situ monitoring is a powerful tool for research, analytical, and process development scientists and engineers. The use of an immersion optic (IO) with an
RAMANRXN™ Probe probe head and a RAMANRXN SYSTEMS™ analyzer allows Raman spectra to be collected in situ and simultaneously across the whole spectral range. IO's allow in situ analysis of liquids, slurries, and semi-solids. An optimized extruder optic is available for process development in the laboratory or in manufacturing.
The fixed focus design of the IO provides long-term measurement stability along with superior signal performance which is essential for transferable, high-performance Raman-based analysis.
 
 

Features
  • Removable Immersible Optic - One Probe Head, Multiple Development Options
  • No User-adjustable Parts - Pre-optimized for Experimental Convenience
  • Wettable Components Resist Corrosion in Harsh Environments (including Acidic Solutions)
  • Extruder Proven (HPT-IO-D-NIR only)




Specifications
  Immersion Optic ½” OD Immersion Optic ¼” OD Extruder Optic ½” OD

Model Number

IO-Length/Focus- Operating Range

IO-¼ -Focus-Operating Range

HPT-IO-D-NIR

Std Immersible Shaft Length (length):

6, 12, or 18 in

6 in

6 in

Temperature Range

-30 to 450°C

-30 to 450°C

-40 to 400°C

Temperature Ramp

≤ 6°C / min

≤ 6°C / min

≤ 6°C / min

Pressure Range

≤ 3000 psi

≤ 3000 psi

≤ 7500 psi

Working Distance - Fixed (focus)

Short (S): 0 mm; Long (L): 3 mm

Short (S): 0 mm; Long (L): 3 mm

Short (S): 0  mm

Materials of Construction (wettable)

Alloy C276, & Sapphire

Alloy C276, & Sapphire

SS 316, & Sapphire

Window

Proprietary compression fit, anti-fouling shaped window design

Proprietary compression fit, anti-fouling shaped window design

Proprietary compression fit

Operating Range

VIS or NIR

VIS or NIR

NIR

Product Resources
Title Category Format ID#  
Immersion Optic for Reaction Monitoring Raman Technical Note PDF TN1250
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