MIRIFISENS project displays QCL systems at LACSEA Exhibition Booth

MIRIFISNES project had an Exhibitor Booth within the Laser Applications to Chemical, Security and Environmental Analysis (LACSEA) topical meeting.

LACSEA is relevant forum, as it is focused on all aspects of spectroscopic sensing in combustion or industrial processes, in environments that may contain chemical or biological agents, and in atmospheric measurements. Sensing of liquids (e.g., aerosols) and solids (e.g., particulates or explosives) are also discussed. The rapid development of laser technologies as well as data analysis tools are paving the way for novel monitoring schemes and even real-time control in various environments. Topics cover the VUV to THz spectral range, and involve exciting new developments in analytical spectroscopy, ultrafast lasers, frequency combs, and miniaturization.

There were several systems, developed within MIRIFISES project on display:
• NEOPLAS Control: A compact trace gas sensor for purity high sensitive purity monitoring in gas supply lines. The extractive sensor setup ensuring lowest detection limits uses components developed within the scope of the MIRIFISENS project

• NEO: A compact CO sensor for fire detection in industrial facilities. It is a transceiver configuration using a QCL and electronics developed within MIRIFISENS.

• QUANTARED: FAME in jet fuel analyser prototype

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