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High-Resolution Imaging Spectrograph

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High-Resolution Imaging SpectrographThe SpectraPro HRS-500 high-resolution imaging spectrograph from Princeton Instruments features an astigmatism-corrected optical system for multichannel fiber applications.

ResXtreme, spectral deconvolution technology, improves spectral resolution, peak intensities, and consistency across the 2D focal plane by as much as 60 percent with the push of a button. The SpectraPro HRS-500 offers researchers the option of two exit and two entrance ports, providing experiment versatility. Exit ports with a full 14 × 30-mm focal plane allow the mounting and operation of two array detectors or enable the instrument to operate as both a monochromator and a spectrograph.

The SpectraPro HRS-500 can utilize as many as three interchangeable triple-grating turrets and includes AccuDrive technology that yields significant improvements in wavelength accuracy and repeatability over previous scan systems and increases grating-to-grating wavelength precision to subpixel repeatability.

Apr 2018

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