Device set: Handheld spectroscope with spectroscope stand and cold light source
Accurate gemstone analysis by means of light spectrum analysis. A gemstone spectroscope breaks up the light being transmitted from a gemstone into its spectral colours. This allows the various wavelengths being absorbed by the gemstone to be viewed. This, in turn, translates into the elements which are contained in the gemstone that are creating the absorption, thereby determining the quality and type of stone. Fraunhofer lines and bands are also deployed for analysis. Therefore, the spectroscope is an important tool in gemmology examinations, assessments and appraisals.
The gem spectroscope SET has a Amici prism (5 prism) that delivers a sharp spectrum, so that faint lines are easy to view. It has a built-in adapter for scale illumination, and an adapter plate for light source and an integral polariser. The Set includes also the light guide and the cold light source. Complete with automatic voltage switching, covering 110-230V range.
The KL14-1504 device set includes:
Hand-held spectroscope HS1504
■ Portable hand-held spectroscope with adjustable optical slit and wavelength scale
KL5120 cold light source
■ Brightness control without color change, mechanically controllable cold light source with long-life halogen mirror lamp (20 W)
■ Color temperature of 3050 K
■ Mains voltage can be varied between 110 – 230 V.
■ Integrated adapter for spectroscope lighting
■ Dimensions (W × H × D): 200 mm x 105 mm x 190 mm
■ Weight: 4,7 kg
■ Including gooseneck light guide
Spectroscope stand with polariscope device ST1513
■ Spectroscope stand with adjustable bracket
■ Polarizer, analyzer and conoscope lens
■ Rotatable stone table, rotatable glass pane
■ Compatible with A.KRÜSS cold light sources
■ Dimensions (W × H × D): 75 mm x 140/150 mm x 75 mm
■ Weight: 254 g
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Examplesof good practise for various spectroscope applications, can be found in the article: Separating valuable rubies from spinels.
You can find background information on examinationswith the spectroscope in the article Spectroscopyon methods.