Jun 2005Princeton InstrumentsRequest Info
Princeton Instruments and Acton Research Corp. have created the TriVista triple Raman spectrometer with an optimal working range from 250 to 1050 nm and typical spectral resolution of <0.02 nm over the entire range, or 0.2 cm−1 at 500 nm. High stray-light rejection allows Raman spectra down to 5 cm−1 from the laser's Rayleigh line. Optionally, Stokes and anti-Stokes can be acquired at once. Multiple I/O options and scanning photon counting are supported. A sample chamber is available for solid and liquid samples. The multiple entrance option allows three sources to be connected simultaneously.