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Single-channel FT-NIR

(실시간 근적외선 분광분석기)

Model: TALYS series

TALYS is a fiber optics based industrial FT-NIR analyzer designed for in-line monitoring and control of batch or continuous processes. Its seamless installation enables reactor profiling, real-time determination of process end-point, cycle-time reduction, process characterization and early troubleshooting.








  • Reactor profiling

  • Process cycle time reduction

  • Process characterization and troubleshooting

  • Real-time determination of batch end point

  • Ease of use

  • State-of-the-art analytical performance reliability


  • No Scheduled maintenance

  • Processor embeded

  • 7 inch Touch screen

  • Minimal footprint

  • Large Flexibility (for Solid , Liquid , Powder sample)

  • Easy to use (USB operation)


  • Size: 368mm (H) × 350mm (W) × 260mm (D)

  • Weight: 20 kg (primary analyzer enclosure)

  • Source : quartz halogen with electronic stabilisation (> 3 years expected lifespan)

  • Metrology: solid state laser (no scheduled maintenance required)

  • Fiber optics connectors: SMA 905

  • Communications: ModBus TCP, OPC

  • Packages supported for chemometrics models 

  • Horizon Quantify

  • PLSPlus/IQ

  • Unscrambler

  • Communications: ModBus TCP, OPC

  • Electrical: <100 Watts consumption in routine operation

  • Operating temperature: 15°C to 35˚C

  • Operating relative humidity: <95% non-condensing

  • General purpose area classification

  • Enclosure: painted steel box


  • Semiconductor manufacturing (real-tinme Wet bath monitoring)

  • Refinery & Petrochemical (real-time multi-components monitoring)

  • Chemical & Bio-Chemical

  • Food & Beverage

  • Power plant

  • All industries required properties monitoring in real-time 


1. Brochure-Talys 300- Semiconductor application

2. Brochure-Talys 400- Petrochemical application

3. Brochure-Talys 500- Chemical applications

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