Spectroscopy Products

  1. SWIR InGaAs Detectors Using Flip-Chip (FC) Type Hybridization

    The XLIN-FC Series from Xenics comprises the latest line scan SWIR InGaAs arrays for medical (3D SD-OCT) and machine vision applications, that at the same time require high resolution and low noise. These line array detectors feature low noise and – at the same time - a world-record 400 kHz line rate at 512, 1024 or 2048-pixel resolution.

  2. Transportable Mass Spectrometers

    BaySpec presents two new transportable mass spectrometers (MS) ideally suited for a variety of bulk or trace detection applications involving counter-terrorism, drug analysis, forensics, biomedical, environmental, industrial, and military, police, and homeland security. With a compact design and intuitive user software, the MS is small enough to be carried by one person and is compatible with in situ, ambient analysis techniques.

  3. Hyperspectral Imagers

    The new OCI-F Series from BaySpec is made up of miniature push-broom hyperspectral imaging cameras covering the VNIR (400 - 1000 nm) wavelength ranges. The ultra-compact designs, simple operation, and intuitive software make these cameras ideal for many spectroscopy applications.

  4. Pioneering Back-Illuminated sCMOS Camera

    PCO will introduce its latest camera innovation: the pco.panda 4.2 back illuminated, a state-of-the-art sCMOS camera featuring the same compact 65 x 65 x 65 mm dimensions of the renowned pco.panda. PCO’s new back-illuminated sensor provides outstanding quantum efficiency, up to 95%. These attributes, among others, make the pco.panda 4.2 bi camera of specific interest for microscopy and life science applications.

  5. X-Ray Camera Solutions

    Raptor Photonics offers a series of camera platforms with either direct or indirect detection capabilities for use in X-Ray detection applications. The platforms can incorporate a variety of different sensors to enable photon detection ranging from VUV through hard X-Ray, which addresses both imaging and spectroscopy applications.

  6. Fourier Transform Infrared (FT-IR) Spectral Sensor For Spectroscopy: NeoSpectra™

    The NeoSpectra™ from Si-Ware Systems is a small, low-cost Fourier Transform Infrared (FT-IR) Spectral Sensor designed especially for use in quantifying, qualifying, or identifying materials in spectroscopy applications. This finely tuned sensor module is meant to create mobile devices that can instantly analyze a wide variety of materials including oil, gas, pharmaceuticals, food, and soil. By using this instrument, end-users have the ability to immediately quantify composition, determine any impurities, and define its quality within minutes and without the need for offsite lab verification.

  7. Digital Linescan Camera: LineCAM12

    The new LineCAM12 from Princeton Infrared Technologies is an InGaAs linescan camera designed to operate in the shortwave infrared (SWIR) and visible spectrum, from 0.4 to 1.7 µm. This camera utilizes a 1024 x 1 state of the art InGaAs linear array imager on 12.5μm pitch. It is currently available in a 250 mm tall pixel model for spectroscopy, and 12.5 mm square pixel model for machine vision applications.

  8. PixelSensor™ Multispectral Sensor

    Multispectral photodiodes by PIXELTEQ benefit from a micro-patterned optical filter technology that shrinks spectral sensors into a 45.72 mm x 21.34 mm footprint. The new PixelSensor from PIXELTEQ is partnered with a new OEM electronics board, and offers a cost-effective alternative to traditional sensor technology. This device is designed for simple integration into customers’ analytical equipment, providing a faster time to market.

  9. IR-Enhanced CCD Image Sensors for Raman Spectroscopy

    Hamamatsu’s S11500-1007 and S11510 series are back-thinned CCDs with improved NIR sensitivity, and they are ideal as detectors in Raman Spectroscopy. Our unique technology in laser processing was used to form a MEMS structure on the back side of the CCD. This improved the CCD’s sensitivity in the NIR region, which is particularly beneficial for detecting long-wavelength Raman emissions.

  10. EMCCD Camera for Scientific Imaging and Spectroscopy

    Princeton Instrument’s ProEM-HS is an EMCCD camera that provides enhanced QE and fringe suppression when compared to standard back-illuminated sensors. Its 20 MHz speed and >60 fps EM mode makes it an ideal imaging solution for the capture of low light and fast kinetics, while a slow scan CCD mode with a very low readout noise lends itself well to precision photometry applications.