Dedication to layer measurement

ZEISS MCS 700

Measurement of Layer Properties

ZEISS MCS 700

Dedication to layer measurement

  • Introduction

    ZEISS MCS 700

    The ZEISS MCS 700 family of spectrometer modules form the core of our system solutions for the measurement of layer properties in batch and inline production processes. With measuring heads and drivers matched to the measuring task as well as process-capable software, complete solutions can be configured for various applications. The MCS 700 family features a continuous bus system up to the measuring head, resulting in much less integration effort.

  • Specification
    Spectrometer [1] MCS 721
    MCS 722
    MCS 723
    MCS 724
    MCS 731
    MCS 732

    Spectral Range [2] / nm 
    340 ...1050 340 … 1650
    Polychromator MMS1 MMS1 & PGS
    No. of diodes 256 512
    Mean Spectral Pixel Pitch / nm
    3.3 / Vis
    3.3 / Vis
    3.0 / NIR
    Fiber Connector SMA SMA
    Protection standard
    IP54, Protection class III IP54, Protection class III
    Dimensions (WxHxD) / mm3 120 x 120 x 370 120 x 120 x 370
    Weight / kg 4.5 / 4.7 / 4.8 5.0
    Power supply / V DC 24 (12 … 36) 24 (12 … 36)
    Operating temperature / °C 5 … 45 5 … 45

    General remarks:
    [1]: The last digit indicates the number of measurement channels

    [2]: The measurement systems range depends on the combination of light source, measurement head, light guides and the spectrometer. Given is the maximal wavelength range of the spectrometer.

     

    Fibre coupled lamp CLH 711
    Spectral Range [1] / nm 380 ... 2500  (340 ... 2500 with filter)
    Shutter integrated Shutter
    Filter (switchable) integrated Filter („blue enhancement“)
    Fiber Connector 1 x SMA
    Protection standard IP54, Protection class III
    Dimensions (WxHxD) / mm3 120 x 120 x 370
    Weight / kg 3.8
    Power supply / V DC 24 (12 … 36)
    Operating temperature / °C 5 … 45

    General remarks:

    [1]: The measurement systems range depends on the combination of light source, measurement head, light guides and the spectrometer. Given is the maximal wavelength range of the lamp.