McPherson, a manufacturer of precision optical systems for spectroscopy and science applications, has announced a new triple monochromator
McPherson and Princeton Instruments have released a new add-in for Princeton Instruments’ 64-bit LightField software that controls McPherson’s deep UV and soft x-ray spectrometers
Dietmar Maximilian Schoeffel, 86, founder of Schoeffel Instruments, innovative engineer and gentleman, died peacefully on September 16
McPherson is pleased to announce new and improved stability with flow controlled McPherson windowless, hollow cathode UV lamp Model 629
The new high vacuum spectrometer from McPherson, the Model 207V, is a 670mm focal length optically fast f/4.7 monochromator with vacuum tight housing
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public in the near future
McPherson has released a new vacuum ultraviolet spectral test system, VUV-STS. The system measures reflectance as a function of angle of incidence. It measures optical performance 'at wavelength' and can help determine optical constants. It uses special techniques for measuring non-polarised light and works in the 30 to 160nm wavelength region. Transmission can be measured too, although it is not appropriate for many materials at these wavelengths. Options exist to extend operation up to 300nm.