First in Full Range PDA Spectrometer, Spectroradiometer and Spectrophotometer Systems
1 Canal Street  ◊  Unit B1
Lawrence, MA 01840  USA
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SAVE 10%
Save 10% on an oreXpress or oreXpress
Platinum Mineral Analyzer.

oreXpress field spectrometers provide the following
advantages for
mineral identification in the field and in the
core shack:

  • Fast, full spectrum UV/VIS/NIR/SWIR measurement
    (350-2500nm) with a single scan
  • High spectral resolution (FWHM): 3.0nm @ 700nm;
     8.0nm @ 1500nm; 6.0nm @ 2100nm
  • Lightweight - less than 7.3 lbs.
  • Auto-shutter, auto-exposure, auto-dark correction
    before each new scan
  • Best in class NER (Low Noise Equivalence Radiance)
  • Mineral contact probe is lightweight and easy to use -
    designed for all day operation at outcrops, pits,
    benches, or in a core shack - fits in a chip tray
  • Optional GETAC microcomputer with sunlight
    readable display, digital camera, e-compass, altimeter,
    GPS, voice notes - tag all data and images to your
    scans
  • DARWin SP Data Acquisition software saves scans as
    ASCII files with all calibrations applied - use you files
    with 3rd party software without pre-processing
  • Optional EZ-ID sample identification software with
    Custom Library Builder module and USGS and
    SpecMIN libraries

Offer ends November 30, 2014. Can't be combined with any
other offers or discounts. Direct sales only, so contact us at:
sales@spectralevolution.com
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Minerals you can ID with an oreXpress and EZ-ID:
  • Gold: alunite, dickite, pyrophyllite,
    illite/muscovite, jarosite, carbonates,
    hematite, goethite
  • Porphyry: muscovite/illite, hematite,
    goethite, jarosite, alunite, dickite, epidote,
    chlorite
  • Kimberlites: serpentines, saponite,
    chloirites, olivine
  • Volcanogenic Massive Sulphides (VMS):
    chlorite, muscovite/illite
  • Skarn: chlorites, talc, srpentiner,
    carbonates, epidote, actinolite/tremolite
  • Base metals: carbonates, mimetite
  • Iron : hematite, goethite, magnetite, jarosite
  • Rare earths: monzanite, apatite, churchite,
    crandallite