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IDRaman micro Microscope

Photonics.com
Oct 2013
Ocean Optics Inc.Request Info
 
DUNEDIN, Fla., Oct. 7, 2013 — Ocean Optics’ IDRaman micro, a compact microscope that takes Raman measurements, is designed for research, quality control and quality assurance applications requiring improved focus and high spatial resolution.

The instrument uses a focusing technique that improves sampling accuracy and ease of use compared with inverted microscopes and microscopes that rely on fiber optic coupling. Its OneFocus feature optimizes it for Raman sampling, using the same focal plane for collecting images and Raman signals, and enhances data collection for applications where only a single layer of material is applied to the surface.

Available with either a 532- or 785-nm laser for excitation, it offers an optional high-resolution detector with 4-wave-number resolution acquiring data from 200 to 2000 wave numbers, or a wide-range system with 8-wave-number resolution acquiring data from 200 to 3200 wave numbers.

Its 3-MP imager uses epi-illumination techniques to improve resolution, while its interchangeable objectives allow users to adjust spot size and optical magnification. The microscope measures 36 × 10 × 28 cm and weighs 5.4 kg.

For more information, visit: www.oceanoptics.com


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GLOSSARY
spatial resolution
In a vision system, the linear dimensions (X and Y) of the field of view, as measured in the image plane, divided by the number of pixels in the X and Y dimensions of the system's imaging array or image digitizer, expressed in mils or inches per pixel.
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