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Acoem’s Spectronus™ has been used for a variety of applications by researchers around the world for almost two decades. As the only multispecies greenhouse and other atmospheric trace gas and isotope analyser based on Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy, Spectronus™ has garnered a reputation as the only one capable of meeting World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) standard for measured species.
ICOS network approved as an ICOS compliant greenhouse gas analyser — Spectronus™ is now available in a more flexible and user-friendly configuration, designed to be rack mountable on a standard 19-inch instrument rack.
With full capability, functionality and intuitive software, Spectronus™ accurately measures:
Now housed in two rack mounted units (one of which is pictured above), the next generation Spectronus™ is lighter than the original and requires significantly less power to operate. The Spectronus™ also comes with training from Acoem to ensure you receive the best possible advice and support for your instrument... including the exclusive “A+ protection” program for Spectronus™ users.
Please join us as we explore the benefits of the next generation Spectronus™ and discover why it is the right solution for your next greenhouse gas monitoring project or application.
Jost is responsible for promoting Acoem's research range of products, including the Spectronus™. He is joining Acoem after spending two decades in academia, mostly working on high precision atmospheric measurements of biogeochemical trace gases and supporting global atmospheric observations.
An innovative leader, Grant has been instrumental in developing many of Acoem’s key air quality monitoring solutions over the past 25+ years, including a range of gas, aerosol and particulate monitors, as well as data logging, auditing and reporting software.
ACOEM is a globally recognised and trusted data solution provider, delivering unrivalled, interoperable AI-powered sensors and ecosystems that empower our customers to make enlightened decisions based on accurate data.
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