The HR2000+ utilizes an onboard, 2-MHz A/D converter, which allows you to capture and transfer one full spectrum into memory every millisecond when the spectrometer is interfaced to a PC via the USB port.
The HR2000+ has an onboard programmable microcontroller that provides flexibility in controlling the spectrometer and accessories. Through a new 30-pin connector, you can implement all operating parameters in the software, such as controlling external light sources, creating processes and routines and retrieving data from external devices. The HR2000+ gives you access to 10 user-programmable digital I/Os for interfacing to other equipment; one analog input and one analog output; and a pulse generator for triggering other devices. (Programming the I/Os requires SpectraSuite Spectroscopy Operating Software.)
The HR2000+ is ideal for applications where fast reactions need to be monitored and high resolution is necessary, such as protein dynamics. For solution chemistry or color measurements, the USB4000 is more likely to fill your requirements.
When purchased with the Remora Network Adapter users can communicate with the HR2000+ over Ethernet or Wi-Fi. Use with SpectraSuite Software, and turn your device into a network accessible spectrometer. Remotely capture spectral data from anywhere Plus, Remora allows multiple users to access data and experiment settings without the need for additional equipment. Remora's web-interface works with all popular web browsers and allows you to monitor data from a PDA, iPhone, and most internet ready devices. - Learn more
This power-up data for our LS-1 Tungsten Halogen Light Source was taken by an HR2000+ at 2-millisecond intervals. The graph shows the tremendous amount of data generated with the HR2000+’s acquisition rate speed of 1000 spectra per second.
The exceptional 0.035 nm optical resolution of the HR2000+ is achieved by using the Ocean Optics High-resolution Optical Bench – a 25.4-mm diameter, 101.6-mm focal length, symmetrical crossed Czerny-Turner optical design. The HR2000+ is responsive from 200-1100 nm, but its specific range, resolution and sensitivity depend on your “HR” Optical Bench options. You select the grating, wavelength range, mirror coating, detector window and entrance aperture size. Choose from hundreds of accessories to create application-specific systems.
The HR2000+ interfaces to a computer via USB 2.0 or RS-232 serial port. When combined with the Remora Network Adapter, the USB interface allows you communication via Ethernet and/or wireless network. When using the serial port, the HR2000+ requires a single 5-volt power supply (not included). Data unique to each spectrometer are programmed into a memory chip on the HR2000+; SpectraSuite Spectrometer Operating Software reads these values for easy setup and hot swapping among computers.
At Ocean Optics, we understand that your work is unique and that you want a spectrometer to fit your specific needs. With the HR2000+ Spectrometer, you can configure the bench for your application. Choose HR2000+ Optical Bench Options such as entrance aperture size, detector accessories, filters a grating and more. Our application scientists will help you determine which configuration will best work for you.
Our HR2000+ Manual provides you with instructions for setting up, calibrating and performing experiments with your HR4000 spectrometer.
|HR2000+||HR2000+ User-configured Spectrometer. User to specify an HR2000+ Detector (see detector options) and HR2000+ Spectrometer Optical Bench Options||$4042|
|HR4-BREAKOUT||The HR4-BREAKOUT is a passive module that provides access to a variety of functions found in the HR2000+. The BREAKOUT BOX allows multiple interfaces to a spectrometer such as: external triggering, GPIO, light sources, RS-232 interface and analog input/output.||$289|
|SpectraSuite||SpectraSuite Spectroscopy Operating Software||$199|
|Dimensions:||148.6 mm x 104.8 mm x 45.1 mm|
Sony ILX511B linear silicon CCD-array
|Detector range:||200-1100 nm|
14 µm x 200 µm
Pixel well depth:
|Sensitivity:||75 photons/count at 400 nm; 41 photons/count at 600 nm|
|Design:||f/4, Symmetrical crossed Czerny-Turner|
|Focal length:||101.6 mm input and output|
|Entrance aperture:||5, 10, 25, 50, 100 or 200 µm wide slits or fiber (no slit)|
|Grating options:||14 different gratings, UV through Shortwave NIR|
|HC-1 grating option:||provides 200-1100 nm range|
|Detector collection lens option:||Yes, L2|
|OFLV filter options:||OFLV 200-1100 nm|
|Other bench filter options:||Longpass OF-1 filters|
|Collimating and focusing mirrors:||Standard or SAG+UPG-HR|
|UV enhanced window:||Yes, UV2|
|Fiber optic connector:||SMA 905 to 0.22 numerical aperture single-strand optical fiber|
|Wavelength range:||Grating dependent|
|Optical resolution:||~0.035-6.8 nm FWHM|
|Signal-to-noise ratio:||250:1 (at full signal)|
|A/D resolution:||14 bit|
|Dark noise:||12 RMS counts|
|Dynamic range:||2 x 10^8 (system); 1300:1 for a single acquisition|
|Integration time:||1 ms to 65 s (20 s typical max.)|
|Stray light:||<0.05% at 600 nm; <0.10% at 435 nm|
|Power consumption:||220 mA @ 5 VDC|
|Data transfer speed:||Full scans to memory every 1 ms with USB 2.0 port, 15 ms with USB 1.1 port|
|Inputs/Outputs:||Yes, 10 onboard digital user-programmable GPIOs|
|Analog channels:||One 13-bit analog input; one 9-bit analog output|
|Breakout box compatibility:||Yes, HR4-BREAKOUT|
|Trigger modes:||4 modes|
|Gated delay feature:||No|
|Operating systems:||Windows 98/Me/2000/XP, Mac OS X and Linux with USB port; Any 32-bit Windows OS with serial port|
|Network Access:||Remora's USB interface adapts for Ethernet Connectivity|
|Computer interfaces:||USB 2.0 @ 480 Mbps; RS-232 (2-wire) @ 115.2 K baud|
|Peripheral interfaces:||SPI (3-wire); I2C inter-integrated circuit|