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A totally automated picosecond transient absorption spectrometer is described. This experimental apparatus requires two photodiodes arrays as detectors and a single spectrograph. It takes advantage of the high dynamic range of such detectors. Typical transient spectra are presented. They show the reproducibility and accuracy of this method of time‐resolved spectroscopy.