Spectroscopy

Peak platform

Ibsen Photonics has launched the Peak platform for programmable spectroscopy, which utilises Ibsen's fused silica transmission gratings together with Texas Instruments' DLP technology

Beam splitter

Avantes has released a beam splitter, which gives the possibility of combining two light signals into one spectrometer, or to split a light signal into two spectrometers

IsoPlane 160

Princeton Instruments has launched the IsoPlane 160 imaging spectrograph, which brings the company's IsoPlane SCT 320 to a smaller-footprint instrument

ILT950

The ILT950 spectroradiometer from LOT Quantum Design has had a machined optical bench added for reduced stray light and improved thermal stability. Also a new CCD array results in more sensitivity over the entire spectral region

Spectis 5.0 Touch

GL Optic, a manufacturer of spectrometers and light-measurement instruments, has launched the GL Spectis 5.0 Touch, a compact spectrometer that can take laboratory-grade measurements of the intensity and colour of light

CAS 140CT

Munich-based Instrument Systems delivered a landmark 5000th Array Spectrometer with the CAS 140CT Series in November 2013. This system is used for applications in spectral light measurement and LED testing and measurement

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