Choosing a detector with the right level of sensitivity for a specific gas analysis or spectroscopy application can be daunting no matter what is being measured. Discovering a detector with technology that enables measurements never thought possible could be groundbreaking, and understanding the technology results in successful decision-making. Gas sensing, spectroscopy, and leak detection are core applications where the market is booming and new regulations call for fast developments.
This 30-minute Webinar will explore a cost-effective solution — designed for high-volume applications — with a built-in amplifier and temperature controller that provide constant responsivity over a wide range of ambient temperatures. In addition, experts will provide a look at selected applications for which the module is recommended, and an audience Q&A session will follow the presentation.
Paweł Sałek, Ph.D., Senior Electronics Engineer, VIGO Photonics
Dr. Paweł Sałek serves as a Senior Electronics Engineer from the R&D department at VIGO Photonics. He is responsible for all AMS products including infrared detection modules, accessories, and firmware. Paweł has more than 15 years of experience designing various electronics and measurement systems together with associated software.
Jędrzej Mijas, Application Engineer, VIGO Photonics
Jędrzej Mijas is an Application Engineer at VIGO Photonics, who specializes in spectroscopy and gas-sensing applications. He has broad theoretical knowledge and practical experience in infrared optics, with a focus on different spectroscopic methods. Jędrzej previously worked with the Institute of High-Pressure Physics and is a supporter of the Student Association of Optics and Photonics. He holds a master’s degree which culminated in the construction of a TDLAS system for trace ethane detection in human breath.
Andrew Corselli, Editor, SAE Media Group