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LIBS- Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy


The LIBS2500plus Laser-induced Breakdown Spectrometer Measurement Systems are detection systems that permit real-time qualitative measurements of elements in solids, solutions and gases. These broadband, high-resolution systems provide spectral analysis across a wide 200-980 nm range (depending on the system) at a resolution of ~0.1 nm (FWHM).


Specification for LIBS 2500PLUS

Spectrometer range:

200-980 nm


0.1 nm (FWHM)


CCDs with a combined 14,336 pixels

Frame rate:

500 Hz capability, computer-controlled

Integration time:

1 ms; variable in free-run mode

Trigger delay:

-121 µs to +135 µs in 500 ns steps, user-configured

Trigger jitter:

~20 ns

Trigger level:

TTL not to exceed 5.5 V

Computer connection:

USB 1.1 or USB 2.0

Operating systems:

Windows 98/Me/2000XP on desktop or notebook PCs



Power requirement:

5 volts @ <1 amp, power supply included

Input optical fiber:

sampling probe containing 7 fibers, 2 meters long (other lengths available) with 74-UV collimating lens and a sampling lens


334 mm x 150 mm x 140 mm (spectrometer system only)


6.36 kg (14 lb)


Applications of LIBS2500 PLUS       

The LIBS technique is useful for a variety of applications:      

Environmental monitoring (soil contamination, particulates)
Materials analysis (metals, plastics)
Forensics and biomedical studies (teeth, bones)
Military and safety needs (explosive particles, chemical and biological warfare agents
Art restoration/conservation (pigments, precious/ancient metals)