The EnSpectr L405® sets new records at blue-violet wavelengths. It is unique luminescent analyser that unites highest resolution and superior sensitivity in a compact design. It is based on a proprietary technology for demanding measurement tasks in both scientific research and industrial applications.
EnSpectr L405 utilises a 30µm entrance slit, 1200g/mm grating and cutting-edge low pass filter. The luminescence is excited by a 100mW semiconductor laser at 405 nm to provide a single shot luminescence spectrum in the spectral range from 450nm to 770nm.
It comes with a low-noise 3648-element linear-array CCD
EnSpectr L730® Luminescence Spectrometer is designed to address the high demand in a powerful and portable luminescence spectrometer specifically tuned to control the optical characteristics of semiconductor heterostructures.
The optical elements of the EnSpectr L730 Luminescence Spectrometer are tightly build-in to provide the highest possible resolution at the spectral range of GaAs and AlGaAs luminescence. It takes a second to obtain luminescence spectrum of low dimensional heterostructures such as heterojunction, quantum well, superlattice and quantum lasing structure grown by Molecular Beam Epitaxy or Chemical Vapour Deposition techniques.
The EnSpectr R532® is a unique instrument that combines the advantage of a portable probe system with the performance of a highly specified laboratory instrument. It is the perfect choice for Raman analyses where high quality data is essential.
Real-time and accurate identification of an unknown substance occurs by comparing its unique Raman spectrum of molecular vibrations (molecular "fingerprint") to Raman spectra of reference substances stored in a spectral database. EnSpectr R532 identifies through walls of sealed bags, transparent bottles, vials, and ampoules. The ease of use, single-hand operation, small size and weight of EnSpectr R532 allows testing chemical substances at the point of receipt, use, or delivery. Results are displayed within seconds and can be accessed via an intuitive user interface. Data are retrieved remotely via USB port.
Measurement of photoluminescence (PL) spectra from semiconductor materials is an important characterisation method and is widely accepted for providing information on carrier doping levels, alloy composition, bandgap and edge effects, etc. The ability to measure UV
Photon Systems' Deep UV (DUV) MiniPL/Raman Spectrometer provides the most compact and inexpensive instrument available at these wavelengths. Enabling PL