The Spotlight 400 FTIR Imaging System combines high sensitivity and rapid imaging with ease-of-use. The ability to image rapidly large sample areas at high spacial resolution (down to 10 microns) extends IR microscopy into new applications.
FTIR Microscopy & Imaging Systems provides a full line of innovative IR Microscopy and Imaging Systems, software, sampling accessories and services to laboratories worldwide, improving product quality, productivity and analytical processes. We are the only instrument manufacturer to achieve the maximum spatial resolution across our entire product range. Our instruments feature optics designed specifically for infrared applications and, because minimal manual adjustment is required, ease-of-use is greatly increased.
|21 CFR Part 11兼容||Yes|
|工作范围（-60to400）||5 – 40 °C|
|波长范围||7,800 – 600 cm-1|
|Model||Spotlight Detector||Frontier Options||Standard Features||Optional Extras|
|Spotlight 400 – Frontier MIR||MCT or DTGS||
|Spotlight 400 – Frontier MIR/NIR||MCT or DTGS||
|Spotlight 400 – Frontier MIR/FIR||MCT or DTGS||
Introducing the PerkinElmer infrared imaging and microscopy systems family.
Choose the PerkinElmer Frontier™ range of near-, mid- and far-IR Fourier Transform spectrometers for superior spectroscopic performance in demanding applications. Powerful and adaptable, the Frontier meets all your current analysis needs and can be expanded as your research goals evolve. And with automated range switching, mid- near- or far-IR techniques are available at your fingertips. An exceptional signal-to-noise ratio and photometric performance assures optimal spectral performance to ensure best-in-class sensitivity. This configurable platform provides dependable, consistent and trouble-free operation through years of service.
Frontier™ is PerkinElmer’s most powerful, adaptable IR solution yet, specially developed to offer superior performance in demanding applications.
With Spotlight 400 FT-IR and Spotlight 400N FT-NIR imaging systems, you experience unprecedented, uncompromising data quality and clear, complete, highly detailed results from all your samples. Spotlight FT-IR systems are purpose-built for a wide range of demanding imaging applications. So you’re able to switch between sampling modes – standard transmission, reflection, ATR imaging, and more – with ease, and your images can be collected.
It’s not every day that a masterpiece is created. But how else does one describe a laboratory instrument that will dramatically improve the understanding of materials across an unprecedented range of industries. With the Spotlight™ 400, IR imaging just became faster, more efficient and more flexible than ever before. It is quite simply the most productive laboratory FT-IR imaging system in the world.
Using spectrum touch software and predefined operating procedures in IR and NIR analyses can help fulfill regulatory compliance requirements, decrease error rate and enable better communication of effective analysis with stakeholders
Product note dscribes TIBCO Spotfire for IR Instrumentation software product from PerkinElmer that creates powerful visualizations to ensure the quality and consistency of your results-every time.
There is an increased interest in the microscopic analysis of samples using FT-IR variable-temperature microscopy or imaging. Application areas include polymer studies, pharmaceutical and food analysis and geological measurements. PerkinElmer offers two options for variable temperature analyses – Linkam variable temperature sample cell and the hot stage accessory.
Human hair is typically 50-100 µ in diameter, previous transmission and ATR studies of its cross section1,2 reveal three major identifiable regions.
Technology improvements and increased use has established chemical imaging as a means of providing information on certain critical quality parameters that is not readily addressable using other techniques.
Application Note, Particle Matter, PM 2.5, Internation Agency on Cancer, IARC, World Health Organization, WHO, PM 10, air sampling, Frontier FT-IR, Spotlight 400, Infrared
FT-IR Imaging has excellent potential in sample characterization within the Injectables segment of Pharma and Biopharma sector for impurity identification.
The following data was obtained from a sectioned of tomato seed and analyzed using the PerkinElmer spotlight FT-IR imaging system. The section was placed onto a Barium Fluoride window and the infrared data was obtained in transmission mode.
There are many stomata (thousands per square centimeter) in the lower epidermis of plant leaves. Two crescent-shaped cells called guard cells, which are rich in chloroplasts, flank the stoma. Starch is produced in daytime by photosynthesis within the guard cells, not in adjacent epidermal cells.
FT-IR Microscopy quickly provides a unique fingerprint of a complicated material made up of multiple constituents. Another advantage of this technique is that it requires little or no sample preparation and that it can generate spectra in a matter of a few minutes.
The Spotlight FT-NIR Imaging System is ideally suited to the rapid identification of counterfeit drugs based on the distribution of ingredients.
ATR FT-IR imaging offers users easy spectroscopic access to “difficult” samples which are hard to image in transmission or reflection, or which have confusing depth structure.
ATR FT-IR imaging with germanium crystals offers the potential for acquiring infrared spectral images at up to four times higher spatial resolution than is possible using conventional reflectance or transmission imaging.
Guide describing all UV/Vis spectroscopy, FT-IR spectroscopy, thermal analysis, hyphenation technique solutions for material characterization.
A recent study has demonstrated that the accuracy of kidney stone diagnosis can be substantially improved by switching from conventional optical microscopy and contrast staining to infrared (IR) microscopy. There are over a dozen different types of kidney stone, and diagnosing the type is important because most effective treatment methods vary for each.
Analyses using infrared microspectroscopy; performed by the Michigan State Police Forensic; Science Division (MSPFSD); Lansing Laboratory; helped to win a triple murder conviction by matching paint from one victim’s clothing to the murderer’s car.
Poster summarizing solutions of thermal analysis, molecular spectroscopy, chromatography and hyphenated techniques for polymers focused on providing more insight into product performance and process optimization that make easier
This poster describes analytical application example of FT-IR microspectroscopy for microplastic analysis which are used as exfoliating microbeads in cosmetics and personal care products
Among the FDA’s top reasons for product recall were problems with sub-potency and tablet dissolution. In addition, recent cases of cGMP violations have highlighted issues in tablet manufacturing. One area where industry is seeking to improve its processes is in the blending area.