MonoVista and TriVista CRS
Nov 2006Princeton InstrumentsRequest Info
TRENTON, N.J., Nov. 1, 2006 -- Spectroscopy systems maker Princeton Instruments/Acton (PI/Acton) has released a new line of Raman spectrometers, the MonoVista CRS and TriVista CRS confocal Raman systems.
According to the company, the systems allow users to maximize the return on their investment by providing the ability to perform other spectroscopic techniques, such as photoluminescence, on a wide variety of samples. Systems are tailored to the customer’s requirements and budget, resulting in a flexible, upgradeable instrument. The system provides structural information for a wide variety of samples under extreme conditions of temperature and pressure, either on a microscale level or from a bulk sample.
Due to the unique flexible design the systems are completely upgradeable, allowing the user's system to grow with his or her needs, the company said.
“PI/Acton have utilized our core areas of expertise in high-end scientific cameras, spectrographs and optics, along with over 40 years of experience in the Raman market to bring scientists a series of confocal Raman systems that offer high performance, flexibility and value for money. These systems will appeal to researchers in every discipline with an interest in deriving more structural information from their samples,” said Antoinette O’Grady, business manager, spectroscopy.
The MonoVista CRS and TriVista CRS systems offer both macro and confocal microanalysis capabilities in a single system, enhancing experimental flexibility and allowing easy switching between macro and micro modes. Integration with Olympus upright and inverted microscopes provides spectroscopic data with diffraction limited spatially resolved accuracy. The completely integrated modular systems also provide instant results and easy configuration for multiple applications, PI/Acton said.
Integrated laser options are available and the systems can also be integrated with single or multiple existing laser systems, allowing use of different excitation wavelengths. High-stability base plates provide stability for vibration sensitive experiments. These versatile systems offer the widest range of detector options available, allowing customers to maximize their signal acquisition using CCDs, PMTs and InGaAs arrays, the company said.
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