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Ibsen Photonics has unveiled the Freedom spectrometer for OEM integrators of analytical instruments.

The instrument combines compact size and cost efficiency with flexibility in choice of detector systems, and it delivers the same robust and thermally stable performance as the company’s Rock spectrometers. It is suitable for integration into handheld instruments.

The spectrometer measures 50 × 45 mm. It provides a low stray light level and high efficiency because of the use of proprietary and in-house-produced holographic transmission gratings. Optical resolution can be as good as 1 nm, and the f number (f/3.1) is among the best for ultracompact spectrometers on the market.

The first Freedom product covers from 360 to 830 nm and supports several commonly used CCD, back-thinned CCD, and N-type metal oxide semiconductor detectors.

Photonics Spectra
May 2012
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