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Double-Monochromator facilitates weapons detection.
Suitable for sensors used in Raman spectroscopy systems to detect chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or explosive weapons, Model 275D works as tunable filter, adjustable Raleigh edge-rejection, and bandpass. Double-monochromator can work to wavelengths as short as 190 nm and includes wavelength tuning for signal optimization. Diffraction gratings with aberration correction and optimal...Read More »
Deep UV Luminescence Spectrophotometer extends research abilities.
Used for characterization of spectral measurements from vacuum ultraviolet (VUV) to NIR,- VUV universal spectrophotometer can measure reflectance, transmission, and fluorescence emission over its complete working range of- 120 nm to 2.2 microns. Test system includes sample chamber with toroidal optics, can operate purged or under vacuum, and interfaces to cryogenic and heated sample mounts....Read More »
Picometer Resolution Spectrometer supports systems integration.
Featuring micro-step drive and 1.3 m focal length, Model 209 can make wavelength steps as small as 0.1 picometers. Wavelength steps are linear for uniform moves over thousands of nanometers, simplifying software control. Spectrometer supports homing for wavelength calibration, and- micro-step controller accepts ASCII commands. Via software commands, user can specify speed, direction, and step...Read More »
Off-Plane SXR Monochromator sorts laser harmonics.
Conical-diffraction, off-plane X-ray Czerny-Turner (OP-XCT), designed for 8–125 nm (10–150 eV) operation, can be used as monochromator or imaging spectrograph. With coarse diffraction grating and CCD, it can survey broad EUV wavelength swath, dispersing from 10–140 nm on detector 12 mm wide. Optical system promotes light throughput and minimizes stretching in fast pulse laser applications,...Read More »
SXR and EUV Off-Plane Spectrometer works under vacuum.
Conical-diffraction, off-plane X-ray Czerny-Turner (OP-XCT) operates from 8–125 nm as- monochromator or imaging spectrograph for sorting laser harmonics and other applications. Unit can, with coarse diffraction grating and CCD, survey broad EUV wavelength range, dispersing 10–140 nm on- 12 mm wide detector. Optical system helps maximize light throughput and minimize stretching in fast pulse...Read More »
Spectral Test/Calibration System covers UV through IR range.
By critically analyzing- spectral and spatial performance,- Spectral Test Station (STS)- can test and characterize optical seekers, spectral signatures, integrated imagers, and bare sensors. Users can conduct absolute measurements of transmission, reflection, stray light sensitivity, and head on response or vs. incidence angles. Using single optical path, STS provides continuity for...Read More »
Spectral Test Station serves SXR and EUV applications.
With grazing incidence optics and light sources that work from 1–120 nm, 310STS- offers flexibility- for diverse analytical research activities. Sources- – electron impact solid anode type for soft x-ray (SXR) and windowless hollow cathode for extreme ultraviolet (EUV) energies –- fit to scanning entrance slit of- 1 m focal length grazing incidence monochromator, which has adjustable...Read More »
Triple Spectrometer operates in 185-2200 nm region.
Operating at f/5, Commander™ UV Raman Spectrometer delivers edge rejection within 5 cm-1 in visible spectral region. Aspheric mirrors correct and optimize imaging performance for excellent signal levels at detector, even with weakly emitting samples. Entrance slit width and intermediate aperture in filter stage allow user to set slope of edge rejection as well as wavelength range. To eliminate...Read More »
UV Spectrometer makes measurements in milliseconds.
Available with cooled, sensitive CCD detectors featuring integral UV order sorting filters, Model 234/302 can make spectral measurements from 115–315 nm in milliseconds. Water and oxygen absorption can be mitigated by pumping vacuum, or by use of dry nitrogen purge. Featuring adjustable slits, scanning, and selection of diffraction gratings, spectrometer is suited for process or quality...Read More »
McPherson Delivers a Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectrophotometer to Ural Federal University Institute of Physics and Technology for Direct Optical Measurements from 115 to 1800nm
Ural Federal University (UrFU) Institute of Physics and Technology in Yekaterinburg, Russia contracted McPherson (Chelmsford, MA USA), a manufacturer of ultraviolet spectrometers, to provide a VUVAS instrument in support of the UrFU scientific development program. The new VUVAS PLUS Spectrophotometer system works from 115nm vacuum ultraviolet to 1800nm infrared. The new system measures...Read More »