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Princeton Instruments Spectroscopy SystemPrinceton Instruments has announced the FERGIE spectroscopy system, an aberration-free spectrograph with a built-in, low-noise, cooled detector.

A spectral resolution of 0.13 nm/pixel with a 1200 g/mm grating fares well when compared to the resolution afforded by larger spectrographs with longer focal lengths. Additionally, FERGIE’s diffraction-limited imaging with a >60 lp/mm spatial resolution throughout the focal plane yields high signal-to-noise ratios and permits multichannel spectroscopy.

A built-in detector permits high-sensitivity spectral capture from 190 to 1100 nm.

Photonics Spectra
Nov 2016

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