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FLS980 Spectrometer

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Edinburgh Instruments' FLS980 SpectrometerThe FLS980 is a research grade, florescence spectrometer with high spectral resolution and excellent stray light rejection. Modular construction allows the FLS980 to be configured according to your research needs with fluorescence (via TCSPC), a range of operating wavelengths from the UV to NIR and a host of other options including:

   •  Modular design – enables flexibility, customisation for measurement needs and ease of future upgrades

   •  Unrivalled spectral coverage from the deep UV to the mid-IR range up to 5500 nm – allows the widest possible range of samples to be measured

   •  Highest Sensitivity (>25,000:1) – Industry leading sensitivity, allows detection of very weak fluorescence signals

   •  High performance triple grating monochromators with integrated filter wheels – high stray-light rejection allows more accurate results for highly scattering or weakly emitting samples

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