Spectroscopy Products

  1. Spectroscopy In The ShortWave InfraRed
    2/19/2014

    Spectroscopy in the ShortWave InfraRed (SWIR) range proves more and more to be a reliable tool for inline inspection and classification of a variety of products. Applications find their way in food and agriculture, waste sorting, pharmaceuticals, cancer detection… due their ability to identify specific chemical bonds. Since each molecule has its own spectral fingerprint, we can thus discern between materials with only the slightest difference in molecular structure just by looking at specific wavelengths.

  2. NIR Spectroscopy CCD Camera: iDus 416 Series
    1/21/2014

    Andor’s iDus 416 is a NIR spectroscopy CCD camera with peak QE up to 95%, a 30mm wide sensor, a 2000 x 256 15 µm pixel array, and low dark current. It’s ideal for applications involving plasmonics, fluorescence, luminescence, photoluminescence, Raman spectroscopy, absorption, transmittance, and reflection.

  3. Deuterium Light Source for UV Spectroscopy: SL3
    1/8/2014

    StellarNet’s SL3 deuterium light source covers the ultraviolet (190-450nm) range. Its maximum stability and precision power control make it ideally suited for UV spectroscopy, and its small size makes it well suited for field or mobile spectroscopy applications.

  4. OEM Optical Coatings
    2/28/2013

    PIXELTEQ offers precision and custom optical coatings through ion beam sputtering (IBS), magnetron sputtering (MSP), and ion-assist deposition (IAD) methods.

  5. SWIR Camera for R&D Spectroscopy/Semiconductor Failure Analysis: Cougar-640
    12/20/2012

    This LN2 cooled SWIR (shortwave infrared) camera utilizes a 640 x 512 InGaAs FPA. The detector features greater than 98% pixel operability, is developed in-house, is optimized for 77k operating, and uses Liquid Nitrogen (LN2) cooling. Additionally, the detector is based on a SFD (Source Follower per Detector) readout toplogy for ultra low noise levels.

  6. Infrared Narrow Bandpass Optical Filters For Spectroscopy
    12/1/2010
    Deposition Sciences, Inc.’s (DSI) improved narrow bandpass optical filters offer high spectral performance, with accurate center wavelength placement, and good temperature stability which makes the infrared NBPs ideal for spectroscopic applications such as advanced gas-sensing. DSI’s Infrared Narrow Bandpass (IR NBP) Filters are ideal for industrial, medical, and biological sciences instrumentation.