Thermo Scientific™

Evolution™ Fiber Optic Couplers

Catalog number: 840-211400
Thermo Scientific™

Evolution™ Fiber Optic Couplers

Catalog number: 840-211400
Maintain the integrity of your samples and add remote sampling capabilities to your laboratory with support for fiber optic probes. Thermo Scientific™ Evolution™ Fiber Optic Couplers, for use with the Thermo Scientific™ Evolution™ Spectrophotometers, allow you to measure your samples with one of our fiber optic probes or with any third-party probe equipped with standard SMA connectors. The probe brings the light to any sample container, so you don't waste time bringing the sample to the instrument in a cuvette or test tube.
 
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840-211400
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Description
Integrated Fiber Optics Module for Evolution 220 or Evolution 260Bio
Integrated Fiber Optics Module is designed to deliver maximum performance from any fiber optic probe.  A single lens, matched to the Fiber AFBG setting, couples light from the monochromator to the input fiber of the fiber probe.  Light from the returned fiber shines directly onto a detector built into the module.  Eliminating optical components while maximizing energy throughput delivers performance beyond expectations for a fiber probe system.
For Use With
Thermo Scientific Evolution 220 or 260Bio Spectrophotometer (only)
Price (USD)
Full specifications
DescriptionIntegrated Fiber Optics Module for Evolution 220 or Evolution 260Bio
Integrated Fiber Optics Module is designed to deliver maximum performance from any fiber optic probe.  A single lens, matched to the Fiber AFBG setting, couples light from the monochromator to the input fiber of the fiber probe.  Light from the returned fiber shines directly onto a detector built into the module.  Eliminating optical components while maximizing energy throughput delivers performance beyond expectations for a fiber probe system.
For Use WithThermo Scientific Evolution 220 or 260Bio Spectrophotometer (only)
Unit SizeEach
Catalog Number
Unit Size
Each
Description
Fiber Optic Coupler for Evolution 350 (only)
Passive fiber optic coupler – uses a mirror and a lenses to couple light from the monochromator to the input fiber of the fiber probe.  A second lens and mirror directs returned light to the instruments standard detector.
For Use With
Thermo Scientific Evolution 350 Spectrophotometer
Price (USD)
Full specifications
DescriptionFiber Optic Coupler for Evolution 350 (only)
Passive fiber optic coupler – uses a mirror and a lenses to couple light from the monochromator to the input fiber of the fiber probe.  A second lens and mirror directs returned light to the instruments standard detector.
For Use WithThermo Scientific Evolution 350 Spectrophotometer
Unit SizeEach
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840-211400Full specifications
EachIntegrated Fiber Optics Module for Evolution 220 or Evolution 260Bio
Integrated Fiber Optics Module is designed to deliver maximum performance from any fiber optic probe.  A single lens, matched to the Fiber AFBG setting, couples light from the monochromator to the input fiber of the fiber probe.  Light from the returned fiber shines directly onto a detector built into the module.  Eliminating optical components while maximizing energy throughput delivers performance beyond expectations for a fiber probe system.
Thermo Scientific Evolution 220 or 260Bio Spectrophotometer (only)Request A Quote
DescriptionIntegrated Fiber Optics Module for Evolution 220 or Evolution 260Bio
Integrated Fiber Optics Module is designed to deliver maximum performance from any fiber optic probe.  A single lens, matched to the Fiber AFBG setting, couples light from the monochromator to the input fiber of the fiber probe.  Light from the returned fiber shines directly onto a detector built into the module.  Eliminating optical components while maximizing energy throughput delivers performance beyond expectations for a fiber probe system.
For Use WithThermo Scientific Evolution 220 or 260Bio Spectrophotometer (only)
Unit SizeEach
10012201Full specifications
EachFiber Optic Coupler for Evolution 350 (only)
Passive fiber optic coupler – uses a mirror and a lenses to couple light from the monochromator to the input fiber of the fiber probe.  A second lens and mirror directs returned light to the instruments standard detector.
Thermo Scientific Evolution 350 SpectrophotometerRequest A Quote
DescriptionFiber Optic Coupler for Evolution 350 (only)
Passive fiber optic coupler – uses a mirror and a lenses to couple light from the monochromator to the input fiber of the fiber probe.  A second lens and mirror directs returned light to the instruments standard detector.
For Use WithThermo Scientific Evolution 350 Spectrophotometer
Unit SizeEach
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Fiber Optic Probes allow you to measure your sample in its container without requiring transfer of the sample to a cuvette and insertion of the cuvette into the sample compartment of the spectrophotometer.  


Advantages of the Evolution 200 Integrated Fiber Optics Module

  • Reduced optical component count reduces signal loss at optical surfaces compared to passive fiber optic coupler designs
  • Integrated detector maximizes light capture, improving signal strength
  • Maximizing the energy throughput of the system (the signal) delivers improved dynamic range and signal-to-noise ratio, giving you more flexibility to measure a wide range of concentration and more stable readings


Advantages of fiber optic probe measurements

  • Increase sample throughput in your laboratory
  • Make at-line QC measurements more easily
  • Reduce handling steps with hazardous samples
  • Measure small volumes in PCR tubes with the Fiber Optic Microprobe
  • Measure inside an inert-atmosphere box without putting the spectrophotometer inside the box


Limitations when working with Fiber Optic Probes

  • Light losses in the probe coupler, fibers and the probe itself reduce the dynamic range of the instrument compared to measurements in cuvettes
  • Although probes are designed to minimize the impact of room light, data recorded with fiber-optic probes will include a level of noise from room light that is not present when measuring in a closed, dark sample compartment.  An increased level of noise from measurement to measurement is to be expected, but can be managed by use of longer integration times for each data point. 

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