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OPS

Open Path Air Monitoring System

The system is based on the method of Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR). Infrared radiation is modulated by an interferometer and transmitted to an array of retroreflectors positioned at a distance of typically several hundred meters using a telescope. The reflected radiation is received by the same telescope and focused onto a detector.

The large spectral range allows identification and quantification of a wide range of compounds. An important application of the system is air monitoring at industrial, construction or municipal sites. In addition, the OPS allows high-precision quantification of atmospheric gases.

Features

  •   Rugged and reliable
  •   Based on industry-proven RockSolidTM interferometer
  •   Lightweight, portable design
  •   Easy to set up and dismantle
  •   Versatile hardware to meet your needs
  •   Real-time multi component analysis
  •   Internal source
  •   No need for liquid nitrogen

Contact our sales team today to learn more about the OPS!