We are starting a study that requires us to identify the wavelength
of IR sources. The "Typical" near IR spectrometer cost is more than
$5,000.00 when a high grade detector, lamp source, and readout is included.

We would appreciate any leads to used equipment or suggestions leading us to
less expensive sources of this type of equipment.

I will copy the responses to anyone interested in this information.

Regards to all, Dan Antonelli
Associate Clinical Professor
USC - Dept. of Biokinesiology
1540 E. Alcazar - CHP155
Los Angeles, CA. 90027
(213) 342-2948 FAX - 1515