TeraPulse 4000 – THz Pulsed Imaging and Spectroscopy
The TeraPulse 4000 is a portable unit capable of performing both transmission and reflection measurements within a single box. The unit is compatible with all of TeraView's existing imaging and spectroscopy modules and accessories.
TeraView's new spectrometer and imaging bench-top unit, the TeraPulse 4000, has a modular design to allow full use of all accessories for reflection and transmission measurements.
Using TeraView's proprietary semiconductor based technology and offering market leading signal to noise, the TeraPulse offers a quality signal up to 4 THz. The option of extending this beyond 7 THz also exists.
The unit's modular design simplifies any maintenance and allows it to automatically accept/recognise TeraView's extensive and unique range of accessories. Newly developed software ensures smooth operation. Options also exist for the unit to be incorporated into suitable industrial casing allowing it to be IP65 and IP67 compliant.
Key application areas:
Features and accessories:
Large Area Scanning Gantry
3D imaging scanner with detachable THz connectors for large samples
Medical Imaging Probe
Non-invasive subsurface imaging of tissue for safe cancer detection
Specular Reflectance Module
Collects reflectance spectra at various angles
Stand-off Reflectance Module
Detects explosive materials using THz 'fingerprinting'
Variable to Sample Holders
Cooled and heated holder for testing liquid and solid samples
Reflectance Imaging Module
Cross sectional imaging and analysis of physical features and defects
XY Scanner Module
Collection of spectra at different points in a sample using THz spectroscopy
XY Scanner Holder
Holder for collection of spectra at different points in a sample
ATR Spectroscopy Module
Performs transmission and ATR measurements for solids, gels and powders
External Fibre-fed Devices
Fibre-launched devices for transmission and reflectance measurements
TPITM imaga 2000
3D THz imaging system for tablet coatings and cores
Performs THz spectroscopy on super and semi-conducting materials