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Acton Advanced Series

Photonics.com
Mar 2008
Princeton InstrumentsRequest Info
 
ACTON, Mass., March 10, 2008 -- Princeton Instruments (PI) has introduced the Acton Advanced series of monochromators and spectrographs.

Unlike standard Acton spectrometers, PI said, the new Acton Advanced series combines high precision computer-controlled motorized slits, interchangeable triple grating turrets, and dual entrance ports. These new features offer researchers complete software control of incoming light to the spectrometer as well as the flexibility to configure separate experiments for each entrance port.

ActonAdvanced.jpgThe Acton Advanced series is available in four different focal lengths: 150 mm, 300 mm, 500 mm and 750 mm, and is highly configurable for different types of detectors, grating combinations and light sources, the company said.

"The new Acton Advanced series, like the previous SpectraPro series of spectrometers, continues our tradition of providing the highest quality spectroscopy components for researchers who demand the best equipment for their experimental setup," said Chris Draves, spectroscopy product manager for PI.

For more information, visit: www.piacton.com; e-mail: moreinfo@piacton.com

Princeton Instruments
15 Discovery Way
Acton, MA 01720
Phone: (978) 263-3584
Fax: (978) 263-5086



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