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Spectrometer works from 10 eV to more than 1,000 eV.
Model 248/310 lets users make spectral measurements around 13 nm and throughout extreme vacuum- UV and soft x-ray wavelength region. Spectrometer features 1 m focal length optics built into- compact Rowland circle instrument. Grazing incidence angles- promote reflective efficiency,- while- windowless, back-illuminated CCDs are used for direct detection of extreme vacuum- UV and soft x-ray...Read More »
High Vacuum Pumping Tee targets HHG and EUV spectroscopy.
Available with range of fittings, Model DP100 features removable, conductance limiting aperture that creates transition between area of high pressure and vacuum spectrometer or experimental chamber at lower pressure. Unit can allow up to 3 orders magnitude pressure differential depending on size of conductance limiting aperture and capacity of mounted pump. Model DP100 can be used as differential...Read More »
Vacuum UV Spectrometer offers choice of diffraction gratings.
For vacuum UV, Model 234/302 accommodates Aluminum Magnesium Fluoride coated grating suited for work from 100–200 nm. Lower groove density Aluminum coated grating is optimized for non-vacuum UV-Vis region,- while platinum coated grating is intended for use at wavelengths shorter than 120 nm (greater than 10eV). Various gratings extend optimization of 200 mm focal length spectrometer over...Read More »
C-Mount Adapters integrate digital cameras with spectrometers.
Featuring nested design, C-Mount Adapters fasten via 1 in., 32-pitch screw thread with 17.526 mm back distance to focal plane. Units allow mounting detectors in correct rotational orientation on spectrometers to intercept well focused spectra at focal plane. If required, micrometer inside spectrometer allows precise and reproducible focus trimming. Adapters are suitable for cryogenic, TE-cooled,...Read More »
C-Mount Adapters securely attach camera to spectrometers.
Available as optional accessories, secure c-mount adapters simplify integration of c-mount cMOS and CCD cameras - cryogenic, TE-cooled, deep depletion, NIR InGaAs, and sensitive Silicon visible range - with McPherson high performance spectrometers. Adapters fasten via 1 in., 32-pitch screw thread with 17.526 mm back distance to focal plane, and nested design accommodates threaded, rotating...Read More »
Light Source covers full visible-NIR spectrum.
Consisting of 650 W quartz tungsten-halogen light source with coil filament, reflective focusing, and mirror-condenser, Model 610 delivers visible and NIR continuum output in 350-2,500 nm spectral range. Source output is free from chromatic aberration and focused to best illuminate small areas. Forced air cooled housing has approximately f/5 output designed to fit directly to spectrometer slit...Read More »
Purged UV Spectrometer provides stable measurement over time.
With extended lamp life at short UV wavelengths, VUVAS scientific-grade spectrophotometer is suited to analysis of doped and crystalline materials as well as deep UV optics and coatings. Unit offers direct optical characterization of transmission, variable angle reflectance, and gas cell absorbance (optional). Wavelength control is precise and reproducible throughout 120-350 nm range, and...Read More »
XUV Spectrometer features programmable scan ranges.
With direct optical measurement capability from 1-300 nm, Model 248/310 grazing incidence spectrometer lets users test soft x-ray (XUV) high energy light sources and samples. Continuous spectral scanning allows measurement of lifetime, persistence, or decay. Programming and presetting of scan ranges is possible, and investigation of spectral events in any wide/narrow range segment is...Read More »
High Energy Spectral Analysis
The Laboratory of Radiation Physics Belgorod State University ordered a Model 248/310 spectrometer from McPherson, Inc. The grazing incidence spectrometer is on the way! It's been accepted by the Russian experimental physicist Alexander Kubankin. It will help their spectroscopy in the soft x-ray and extreme vacuum ultraviolet (EUV) wavelength region. Their research includes new x-ray sources in...Read More »
Extreme Narrow Band Filter Characterization
At LMSAL, solar physicist, Dr. Thomas Berger, uses the high resolution McPherson spectrometer system with a scientific CCD and heliostat in order to measure, characterize, and document the spectral characteristics of narrow-band Lyot filters designed and built at Lockheed. McPherson, Inc. (Chelmsford, MA USA), a manufacturer of spectrometers that are used to measure and tune specific wavelengths...Read More »