The HyperFine series of spectrometers are based on LightMachinery's fluid jet polished technology. Designed for measuring hyperfine spectra and subtle spectral shifts, the HyperFine spectrometer from LightMachinery is a compact, low cost spectrometer capable of 1 picometer resolution.
It is ideal for pulsed laser characterization and for measuring the small spectral shifts from Brillouin or Raman scattering. Simple PC based software allows the user to review spectra in real time and save or export for more analysis. LabView drivers enable the HyperFine spectrometer to be integrated into automated experimental setups.
HF-8999-532-AUTO with Computer Controlled Alignment , Green Killer Pump Suppression, Massive Dynamic Range and Picometer Resolution
The great challenge with Brillouin spectroscopy is that the Rayleigh light from the pump laser can overwhelm the small Brillouin shi8ed return signal. So, we have combined our leading edge HyperFine spectrometer with a very narrow band tunable filter to suppress the bright un-shi8ed laser frequency. The tunable filter (the Green Killer) is easily adjusted to suppress the main laser peak and exposure gaJng is used by the HyperFine spectrometer to drasJcally increase the full dynamic range of the instrument.
The Hornet series of spectrometers are based on LightMachinery's patented Fluid Jet Polishing technology. Designed for characterizing laser spectra, the Hornet spectrometer from LightMachinery is a compact, low cost spectrometer capable of better than 30 picometer resolution.
The Hornet Spectrometer is of achieving the resolution of large gratings spectrometers at a fraction of their cost and size while covering a larger wavelength range. Simple PC based software allows the user to review spectra in real time and save or export for more analysis. Labview drivers enable the Hornet spectrometer to be integrated into automated experimental setups.
The Optical Spectrum Analyzer has been a work horse for the telecommunications industry for decades. We thought it was time to revolutionize the performance of the OSA and re-think the design of the instrument. The Ultra-OSA solves the biggest drawback of the technology (speed) while retaining the resolution and sensitivity.
Your spectrometer would work great if you had 100X the light. Problem solved. Introducing the UltraBright Spectrometers from LightMachinery. No slit, just a giant aperture and a huge field of view. Boom. Spectrum. Done
These spectrometers are ideal when you are looking at an extended or distant source (not a 10 micron spot). Now you can collect a lot of light and not worry about trying to convince it to pass through a )ny slit. We have listed here a few of the wavelength range and resolu)on models but many varia)ons with more or less range and resolu)on are simple for us to make so let us know what you need, we are happy to help. .
multiSense is a QCL based spectrometer module for gas analyzers manufacturers. It combines the unique properties of mid-infrared lasers together with the compactness and affordability of photoacoustic detection. In 1 dL, our offer can detect up to 10 gases, such as: CO, CO2, NO, NO2, NO, SO2, SO3, HS, NH3, CH4… as well as more complex molecules such as hydrocarbides or blood constituents.
mirSense has reached an unprecedented level of co-integration of quantum cascade lasers and photoacoustic detection in order to deliver such an innovative module. Working together with CEA-Léti, we also benefit from the best of the silicon industry to provide this cost effective approach.
Spectrometer - MidIR
Mightex has leveraged state-of-the-art optics and CCD cameras to bring to the market compact and affordable high resolution and and multi-channel fibre spectrometers that features high spectral resolution and high light throughput. These compact CCD spectrometers find applications in process control, environmental monitoring and scientific research applications.
Use is made in the high resolution spectrometer of a 100mm Czerny-Turner optical platform coupled with a 3648-element CCD array. The optimised optical path yields both high spectral resolution and high light collection efficiency. Furthermore the design has been undertaken to ensure that wavelength and amplitude stability are optimised to provide for the best possible results.