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Our range of complete spectrometer systems includes the full range of Ocean Optics miniature spectrometers, with turn-key, pre-configured models available for specific applications or for increased flexibility, fully user configured models available. Within the pre-configured models Ocean Optics offer spectrometer systems for education and also a diverse range of measurement based systems that are available for specific measurements such as laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS), Raman and oxygen sensing to name but a few. Ocean Optics user configured systems are designed to help you find answers reliably, conveniently and in virtually any application. Choose from the high sensitivity QEPro series, the high resolution HR series spectrometers and the revolutionary Flame spectrometer.
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Laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) is a versatile elemental analysis technique that has been used in many different applications, such as soil analysis, industrial process monitoring, archaeological investigations and space exploration.
The Flame spectrometer from Ocean Optics offers high thermal stability and user interchangeable slits.
Fast acquisition speed, high sensitivity spectrometer with enhanced communications.
In time resolved measurements an ultrafast pulse triggers a reaction and a second pulse takes a snapshot of the induced change. By shifting the arrival time of the probe pulse with respect to the pump pulse the stimulated process can be followed in time.
Menlo Systems' complete solution for broadband THz time-domain spectroscopy and imaging. This all-fiber design ensures high performance and flexibility in both reflection and transmission geometries.
The brand new TERA OSCAT is an all-fiber THz spectrometer for fast data acquisition, and is based on the novel OSCAT (Optical Sampling by Cavity Tuning) technique. It enables THz time-domain spectroscopy without any external delay line.
The modular USB series of spectrometers from Ocean Optics are versatile, general-purpose ultraviolet visible near infrared (UV-VIS-NIR) spectrometers for absorption, transmission, reflectance, emission, colour and other applications.
Ocean Optics offers a number of small footprint, computer based spectrophotometers designed for professors, teachers and others who use spectroscopy as a teaching tool. You can now choose from FLAME-CHEM, Chem-4 or low cost, fully preconfigured, off-the-shelf Red Tide spectrometers.
Ocean Optics offer a range of complete turn-key spectrometers configured for either specific measurements techniques, such as fluorescence, or specific applications such as Raman and oxygen sensing.
HR series high resolution spectrometers from Ocean Optics.
Ocean's STS series of microspectrometers are remarkably small complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) based units that are lightweight, less than 50mm square, yet provide full spectral analysis with low stray light and high signal-to-noise ratio (SNR).
The TEO-200 benchtop Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectrometer is a low cost spectrometer that employs a number of unique features to achieve high performance from such a compact size. At just 385x265x160mm, it is one of the most compact FTIR systems on the market today.
The SPS-300 from Sciencetech is the most powerful terahertz Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) available in the mid and far infrared range.
The newest addition to Ocean Optics' spectrometer family. This is a powerful spectrometer in a small package with unique performance and specification.
Combining the small size of the Flame optical bench with a new uncooled indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) detector, the Flame near infrared (NIR) spectrometer opens a new frontier in NIR spectroscopy.
Ocean Optics Jaz is like nothing ever seen before - a community of stackable, modular and autonomous components combine to create a family of smart sensing instruments that can be utilised in the lab, field and remote sensing applications.
Menlo Systems' complete solution for broadband THz time-domain spectroscopy and imaging. This open-platform design uses free-space optics for laser pulses around 780nm, thereby offering a flexible approach for scientific applications.
Ocean Optics Maya2000 series of miniature, high sensitivity spectrometers are particularly suited to low light level, ultraviolet (UV) sensitive applications such as fluorescence, DNA sequencing and Raman analysis.
The QE Pro high performance spectrometer is the most sensitive spectrometer Ocean Optics has ever developed.
The NIRQuest is a spectrometer from Ocean Optics for the near infrared (NIR) range 850-2500nm.
The Torus toroidal grating spectrometer from Ocean Optics delivers low stray light and excellent throughput in the visible range (360-825nm).
Ventana spectrometers are high throughput, high sensitivity benchtop instruments for your lab and quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) environments. They are a great choice for Raman analysis and fluorescence measurements, offering short integration times for fast measurements.
Ocean Optics range of spectrometers in overview format, with main specifications listed.
The Aryelle series of spectrometers from LTB are high resolution echelle spectrometers that can generate spectra of relatively arbitrary dimension with high wavelength stability, spectral resolution and radiation throughput.
The Elias series of emission line analysing spectrometer from LTB are echelle spectrometers with an extremely high resolution capability. They are used for the highly resolving spectral measurement of emission and absorption lines, particularly laser lines.
The waveScan spectrometer from APE is as easy to use, cost-effective device for spectral analysis of continuous wave (CW) and modelocked laser systems.
Terahertz antennas (and components) complete our THz product portfolio from Menlo Systems. We offer photoconductive antennas made for excitation wavelengths of 800 nm, 1000 nm, and 1500 nm. On the component side we offer optimized mechanical holders as well as THz lenses.
Transient absorption spectrometer HARPIA is an instrument for measuring femtosecond transient absorption spectra and kinetics.