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UV Fluorescence Filters

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UV Fluorescence FiltersA line of UV fluorescence filters designed for life sciences and biomedical instrumentation has been announced by II-VI Inc.

The filters feature spectral profiles with high transmission, steep slopes and deep out-of-band blocking to enable maximum instrument sensitivity. The optical filter product line for fluorescence spectroscopy includes excitation and emission filters as well as dichroic beam splitters. Single- and multiband designs are available over a wide spectral range from UV to NIR. UV filters are available in the 200- to 400-nm wavelength band, in various dichroic or bandpass designs.

The new filters complement II-VI’s portfolio of products and solutions for spectroscopy and life sciences that includes narrow linewidth laser diodes, diode-pumped solid-state lasers, multicolored lasers systems, gratings, flow cells and custom assemblies, as well as precision air and fluid temperature control systems based on thermo-electric coolers.

May/Jun 2018

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