Spectroscopy is a technique that allows for the qualification and quantification of a range of chemical signatures. Chromacity is leading the way in stand-off detection and FTIR techniques both in gas analysis and powder spectroscopy.
The Chromacity OPO can be integrated into an FTIR spectrometer, providing the ability to interrogate multiple chemical signatures in real time (at a high resolution). Our near-IR OPO has a broad bandwidth across the 3µm-3.5µm to quantify gases such as of methane, ethane and benzene in a single measurement with resolutions of 0.05cm-1.
The high powers of the near-IR OPO have demonstrated open-path stand-off detection measurements beyond 100m.
Spectroscopy across the fingerprint regime provides that ability to characterise volatile organic compounds with complex chemical signatures. The high brightness of our mid-IR OPO spans the 5-12µm and can be used in a number of spectroscopy set-ups.
It can also been used to characterise and differentiate between compounds, such as VX and Sarin, as well as pharmaceutical powders such as aspirin and ibuprofen