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Imaging SpectrographThe IsoPlane® 320A spectrograph from Teledyne is an aberration-corrected device with increased spectral and spatial resolution than its predecessors.

Benefits of IsoPlane aberration-corrected optical systems for researchers include higher sensitivity, improved signal to noise performance, superior spectral resolution, and increased multitrack spectroscopic capabilities. The optical design dramatically improves the spatial resolution across the 27- × 22-mm focal plane, allowing more than 200 spectral tracks to be acquired simultaneously.


BioPhotonics
Sep/Oct 2021
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