Absolute measurement – ‘The possibilities may be endless’


After unveiling the LaserTrace 3TM at SEMICON West this July, Tiger Optics exudes optimism about the prospects for CW-CRDS technology in the future.

SEMICON West 2010, San Francisco, CA. Tiger Optics launched its ALOHA-H20 ammonia analyzer. Back then, the company was effusive about ’21st century spectroscopy’ and explained that this technique was only at the beginning of an upward curve. Now, twelve months later, and Tiger Optics has unveiled its latest innovation in the field of gas analysis at SEMICON West 2011 – and is more excited than ever about the prospects for its patented CW-CRDS technology.

Continuing to expand the capabilities of CW-CRDS (Continuous Wave Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy), the company introduced the LaserTrace 3 trace gas analyzer at the annual trade show this July.

The LaserTrace 3 can detect moisture, oxygen, methane, and other analyte contaminants at limits that are more than two times (2X) lower than previous generations of the product line. Building on the success of those previous generations, it’s also the result of years of development and refinement.

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