Integrated and Modular Systems

Integrated and Modular Systems

Sciencetech 9055DA Double Monochromator

Sciencetech Spectroscopy

A Brief Overview


Sciencetech Instrumentation Systems are comprised of interchangeable modular units. These units are taken from Sciencetech's line of monochromators, light sources, detectors and accessories. Modular systems present many advantages to the user with respect to single systems.

It is easy to change configurations and to add options to Sciencetech Modular systems. Sciencetech monochromators and sample chambers present multiple input and output ports. Dual detector modules and sources are also available. For example, if you are detecting sample emission at 90 degrees, you can easily change ports to look at the transmission at 180 degrees or even add an extra channel to monitor it continuously.

Configurable Modular Systems


It is easy to change configurations and to add options to Sciencetech Modular systems. Sciencetech monochromators and sample chambers present multiple input and output ports. Dual detector modules and sources are also available. For example, if you are detecting sample emission at 90 degrees, you can easily change ports to look at the transmission at 180 degrees or even add an extra channel to monitor it continuously.

Sciencetech offers monochromators from 100 mm to 1 m focal length, both single and double configurations. Monochromators can be optimized for high resolution, high throughput, or both, and are offered in manual or motorized models. If your budget is tight, choose a low end option and upgrade as funds become available and performance requirements increase. For example, an initial system could detect visible light, and later be upgraded to ultraviolet and/or infrared detection.

Modular Quantum Efficiency Measurement System
Sciencetech Fluorometer System

Sciencetech Fluorescence System


One typical example of an upgradeable system is our Fluorescence Series. Most of our customers start with a set up for steady state fluorescence: Xe DC arc lamp, excitation monochromator (manual or motorized), sample chamber, emission monochromator and one photomultiplier detector. An easy upgrade to a T configuration can be done with a second detection channel. If the user later wants to add a florescence lifetime measurement, they can start by addingthe options that allow measurement of lifetimes of a few microseconds, or go directly to the nanosecond version.

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The Sciencetech Spectroradiometer is designed to measure relative and absolute intensites of flash and continuous lamp sources over a wide range of wavelengths.
The spectroradiometer is based on an asymmetric Czerney-Turner scanning monochromator design. The system can hold up to 3 gratings for an F/3 aperture. Up to 2 gratings can be selected for a system with an F/2.5 aperture. The standard system is fiber coupled to a 2" diameter integrating sphere. To cover a wide spectral range up to two linear diode array cameras are utilized. The system resolution can be configured to the end users requirements. The standard system is fiber coupled and operates with 5nm resolution over a 250-1700nm bandwidth. The system is a multi flash system where a bandwidth of ~500nm is covered per flash. The resolution is dependant on fiber or input slit, grating and camera selection. Ultimate system resolution can be tailored to customers requirements. For a system that meets your specific requirements please contact a Sciencetech technical sales representative.
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The Sciencetech Spectroradiometer is designed to measure relative and absolute intensites of flash and continuous lamp sources over a wide range of wavelengths.
The spectroradiometer is based on an asymmetric Czerney-Turner scanning monochromator design. The system can hold up to 3 gratings for an F/3 aperture. Up to 2 gratings can be selected for a system with an F/2.5 aperture. The standard system is fiber coupled to a 2" diameter integrating sphere. To cover a wide spectral range up to two linear diode array cameras are utilized. The system resolution can be configured to the end users requirements. The standard system is fiber coupled and operates with 5nm resolution over a 250-1700nm bandwidth. The system is a multi flash system where a bandwidth of ~500nm is covered per flash. The resolution is dependant on fiber or input slit, grating and camera selection. Ultimate system resolution can be tailored to customers requirements. For a system that meets your specific requirements please contact a Sciencetech technical sales representative.
60,000.00 60000.0 USD
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