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Compact Raman Fiber Probe

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FiberTech Optica has introduced a line of compact fiber optic Raman probes. Leveraging the company’s expertise in optics, spectroscopy and manufacturing of precision fiber assemblies, the probes feature an innovative optical configuration designed to enhance the throughput and the quality of the collected Raman signal.

The design features high-collection-efficiency f/2 optics, internal filtering (bandpass filter for the laser and long-pass filter for the collected signal), a working distance of ~4 mm and a rugged assembly with no moving parts.

The probes are packaged in a steel tube measuring ~4 mm in diameter. The design allows for almost real-time collection of data from solid and liquid samples.

May 2012

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