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Energetiq Fiber Coupled Laser-Driven Light Source Energetiq Fiber Coupled Laser-Driven Light Source
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  • Ultra High Brightness with Broadband Spectral Output from 190 - 2500nm
  • Long Bulb Lifetime of >10,000 Hours
  • UV or Broadband Output Fiber Available with FC or SMA Terminations
Energetiq Free Space Laser-Driven Light Source (LDLS™) Energetiq Free Space Laser-Driven Light Source (LDLS™)
  • Ultra-High Brightness and High Stability Light Source
  • Broadband 170 - 2500nm Monochromatic Output
  • Long Bulb Lifetime of >10,000 Hours
  • Fiber Coupled LDLS™ Also Available
Pre-Mix White Reflectance Coating Pre-Mix White Reflectance Coating
  • Reflectance Value >97%
  • Usable from UV Through Near-IR
  • Suitable for Coating Metal and a Variety of Other Materials
Lumedica OCT Imaging System Lumedica OCT Imaging System
  • Affordable Optical Coherence Tomography Imaging System
  • Ideal for Biological Sample Imaging, Sample Characterization, and OCT Education
  • Compact Form Factor Tabletop Device
Avantes Back-Thinned CCD Spectrometer Avantes Avaspec Interchangeable Slit Compact Spectrometers
  • Back-Thinned CCD or CMOS Sensors with High Sensitivity and Dynamic Range
  • Interchangeable Slit Kit Included for Fast Throughput and Resolution Customization
  • Irradiance Calibration Package with Interchangeable Fiber-Coupled Cosine Corrector Available
Broadband Fiber-Coupled Light Sources Broadband Fiber-Coupled Light Sources
  • Designed for Use with Spectrometers
  • Lamps Available for UV to NIR
  • Xenon, Tungsten, or Deuterium Sources
#56-078 - Set of 4 Reflectance Standards (99%, 75%, 50%, and 2%) Spectralon® White, Grayscale, and Color Diffuse Reflectance Standards
  • Suitable for Spectroscopy, Colorimetry, Radiometry, and Machine Vision Applications
  • Diffuse Reflectance Independent of Viewing Angle
  • Durable, Stable, and Washable
  • Serialized Version with NIST Traceable Calibration Certificate and Data Available
Educational Spectroscope Educational Spectroscope
  • Measure Wavelengths of Various Light Sources
  • Detect Elements by Flame Emmission
  • Ideal for Educational Classroom Use
General Purpose Integrating Spheres General Purpose Integrating Spheres
  • Ideal for Measuring Light Sources
  • Can be Upgraded to Calibrate Sensors and Test Lenses
  • Designed for Simple System Integration
Laboratory Spectrometer Laboratory Spectrometer
  • Cost-Effective Performance from 380 – 750nm
  • Lightweight, Compact Design
  • USB Cable and Software Included
  • Spectrometer Accessories Also Available
Manual Mini-Chrom Monochromators Manual Mini-Chrom Monochromators
  • 6 Choices of Wavelength Ranges
  • Compact, Handheld Size
  • 2 NIR Versions
Smart CCD Based Spectrometers Smart CCD Based Spectrometers Clearance
  • Onboard Data Processing and Temperature Compensation
  • 14ns Trigger Delay with +/- 1ns Gate Jitter in Multichannel Operation
  • USB 3.0 Communication Transferring over 930 Spectra/ Second in Burst Mode
  • Spectrometer Accessories Also Available
Optopolymer® Diffuse Reflecting Film Optopolymer® Diffuse Reflecting Film
  • Optical PTFE Material with Lambertian Reflection
  • High Reflectance from 250 - 2500nm
  • High UV Stability and Chemical Resistance

Spectrometers are used to measure the properties of light for a variety of spectrometry applications including environmental or chemical analysis, fluorescence, or Raman. Spectrometers are optical instruments that incorporate detectors to detect spectral lines and measure their wavelength or intensity. Spectrometers are ideal for determining compositional makeup for detecting weak light signals. Spectrometers can also be used to test the efficiency of an optical filter in order to determine whether a filter has properly blocked or transmitted specific wavelengths.

Edmund Optics offers a wide variety of Spectrometers, including Spectrometers that have been optimized for Raman or fluorescence spectroscopy. Raman Spectrometers are ideal for Raman applications in the visible to the near infrared. The Fluorescence Spectrometers are ideal for use in low light fluorescence applications where the ability to detect weak signals is crucial for proper measurement. Additionally, fluorescence Spectrometers feature broadband spectral response ranges for detecting wide wavelength bands along with a wide slit width for increased throughput.

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