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Spectrometers are devices used to detect, measure and analyze specific wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation. Sensors vary in the number of spectral bands it can sense, the bandwidths of each band, and spatial resolution. A Spectrometer uses a spectroscope used for obtaining a mass spectrum by deflecting ions into a thin slit and measuring the ion current with an electrometer. Spectrographs are spectroscopes with a photographic or other recording device to capture an image of the entire spectrum, or portions thereof, at one instant in time. (Specific Spectrometers: Cloud Top Spectrometer, Fourier transform Spectrometer, Near-Infrared Spectrometer, Particle Spectrometers, UV Spectrometer, Visible Spectrometer, FTIR Spectrometer).
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Anasys Instruments has introduced nanoIR2, a new AFM-based IR spectrometer that expands nanoscale IR to a wide range of real world samples.
MATRIX-F FT-NIR Spectrometers offers fiber optic coupling for the adaptation of probes and flow cells (for solids and liquids).
The SPECTROLAB metal analyzer available from SPECTRO Analytical Instruments is generally employed for complex metal analysis.
The AvaSpec-1024 Fiber Optic Spectrometer is based on the AvaBench-75 symmetrical Czerny-Turner design with 1024 pixel CMOS Detector Array. The spectrometer has a fiber optic entrance connector (Standard SMA, others possible), collimating and focusing mirror and diffractional grating. A choice of 16 different gratings with different dispersion and blaze angles enable applications in the 200-1100nm range.
The C10910-01 streak camera is an ultra high-speed detector, which is capable of capturing light emission phenomena occurring in very short periods of time. Besides excellent temporal resolution, the streak camera can capture spatial data concurrently.
This goniometer is used for exact measurement of optical data on prisms. It can also be used as a spectroscope for qualitative examination and measurement of emission and absorption spectra. Various accessories are available.
K-Alpha, which is developed from Thermo Scientific, is a fully integrated, monochromated small-spot X-ray Photoelectron Spectrometer (XPS) system.
SPECTRO Analytical Instruments offers SPECTRO MS, an advanced ICP mass spectrometer built on a Mattauch-Herzog geometry featuring the latest ion optic and detector technology.
Hamamatsu offers the advanced Picosecond fluorescence lifetime measurement system that is specifically developed to meet the needs of researchers analyzing such materials.
The Glacier X miniature spectrometer from B&W Tek is the smallest TE cooled spectrometer, suitable for applications involving high portability and performance. The Glacier X has a built-in 16-bit digitizer, a 2048 element linear CCD array, and a high-speed USB 2.0 interface.
The Ocean Optics line of high-sensitivity back-thinned 2D FFT-CCD spectrometers for low light-level, UV-sensitive and other scientific applications now includes the uncooled Maya 2000 and Maya 2000-Pro, which offer greater than 90% quantum efficiency, high dynamic range and excellent deep-UV response (<190 nm).
The SPECTRO iSORT is a new hand-held spectrometer designed for on-site identification and analysis of common metal alloys. This instrument is powered by battery and utilizes a highly efficient arc excitation. It eliminates the need for argon or a radioactive source.
The RPM2000 Rapid Photoluminescence Mapper is a fast, room temperature photoluminescence (PL) mapping system suitable for use in R&D, production and quality control environments. The RPM2000 has been designed specifically to obtain whole wafer PL maps in a mere fraction of the time previously associated with this sort of measurement, giving the ability to measure and assess wafers between production runs.
The new Thermo Scientific Nicolet™ iS™ 10 FT-IR spectrometer is perfect for QA/QC, perfect for the Chem Lab, and perfect for the Classroom. It excels at rugged, precise, fast-paced operation, yet simplifies laboratory data collection to its most basic: load the sample, generate the spectrum, and press Print. The instrument does all the work!
The INCAWave detector is a fully focussing spectrometer and is renowned for its engineering precision and quality. The internal components of the spectrometer (crystal, detectors and goniometer) have to function in complete harmony and with ultra-high precision so that the correct diffraction conditions are maintained.
The X-Cite® 200DC fluorescence microscopy illumination system offers the ultimate combination of optical performance, short term stability and a built-in fast shutter.
The CRAIC UVM-1 microscope was designed to make imaging of microscopic samples fast and simple. The UVM- 1 operates from the deep ultraviolet to the near infrared, has excellent research capabilities and offers quick and reliable operation.
The SPECTROMAXx stationary metal analyzer available from SPECTRO Analytical Instruments is primarily utilized for incoming and outgoing assessments in the metal industry as well as for material testing in foundries across the globe.
The X-Cite® exacte ultra stable fluorescence light source uses a DC-powered mercury lamp coupled with proprietary closed-loop feedback technology to provide unmatched short and long-term intensity stability, for imaging protocols lasting from milliseconds to days.
The EQP mass spectrometer combines an electrostatic sector energy analyser with a high performance quadrupole mass filter in an instrument designed for plasma diagnostics. The EQP can acquire the mass spectra and energy distributions of neutrals, radicals and ions (positive and negative). Trends in intensity can be plotted against time. Fast acquisition modes mean that transients and afterglows can be studied.
The C12132-11 near infrared compact fluorescence lifetime measurement system is specifically designed for determining photoluminescence (PL) lifetime and PL spectrum in the NIR region between 580 to 1400 nm. The main unit includes a YAG laser.
The X-Cite® 120PC Q offers the same convenience and performance as the X-Cite® 120Q fluorescence illumination system, rich spectral sample excitation with a uniformly illuminated field of view, the convenience of pre-aligned lamps, 2000 hour lamp lifetime, and an adjustable iris with the added option and benefits of a computer controlled microscope light source.
The C7990-01 instrument available from Hamamatsu allows fluorescence lifetime measurement in the near-infrared region with sub-nanosecond time resolution.
EMCORE's versatile PB7100 Spectroscopy Platform is designed for scanning complex compounds to precise specifications with greater accuracy and control.
SPECTRO Analytical Instruments offers SPECTROTEST, a hand-held metal analyzer designed for various applications in the metal manufacturing, metal processing and metal recycling sectors.
The i-Raman™ is unique for its high resolution combined with field-portability, with performance comparable to large bench-top Raman systems and weighing less than 7 lbs.
The high efficiency and the out-of-band rejection offered by the innovative optical filtering technology of the VIS-2 Laser Line Tunable Filter is suitable for tunable excitation sources in Raman and fluorescence spectroscopy.
TSI's Laser Aerosol Spectrometer Model 3340 is a high sensitivity, high resolution general purpose aerosol particle sizer. This 'turn on and measure' instrument allows users to easily measure a size range of 0.09 (90 nm) to 7.5 µm. Complete size distributions are measured in less than a second by simply powering up and sampling.
The NS2 is a new model instrument, currently under development. The NS2 will add Raman capability, so that a sample can be automatically analyzed by near-IR fluorescence and Raman spectroscopy. Although Raman is not as sensitive as near-IR fluorescence, it is universal for carbon nanotubes and will reveal the presence of multi-walled, aggregated, larger diameter, and chemically altered tubes.
The Hiden SIMS Workstation has been developed with strong interaction with those used to performing SIMS analyses for both contract service work and research in many fields of analysis. The philosophy of design has been simple, to produce a proper SIMS analysis instrument which combines high sensitivity, flexibility and ease of operation, but also to make it cost effective both in terms of capital and ongoing costs.
The X-Cite® 120Q excitation light source makes use of a 120W lamp to deliver rich spectral excitation energy and uniform wide-field fluorescence microscope illumination to the sample plane.
The Exemplar Plus is a high performance smart spectrometer which makes used of a stray light unfolded Czerny-Turner spectrograph.