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Peak platform

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Ibsen Photonics has launched the Peak platform for programmable spectroscopy.

The Peak platform uses Ibsen’s fused silica transmission gratings together with Texas Instruments' DLP technology, in order to provide a whole new dimension of programmability for spectroscopic instruments. With the platform, it is possible to control the relative power, exposure time and resolution independently for each wavelength in your spectrum.

Examples of applications of the Peak platform include: rugged and compact scanning mono-chromator with no moving parts; programmable light source; advanced spectrometer with wavelength dependent resolution; exposure time and/or power; and advanced spectrometer with multiple wavelength exposures.

Peak extends Ibsen’s Freedom, Rock and Eagle spectrometers for instrument makers of Raman, UV/VIS/NIR, SD-OCT and Near IR Instruments.