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SKU: 9030 (120-9003)
The Sciencetech 9030 monochromator is a compact, single grating scanning monochromator with 100 mm focal length (both output and input). It has a manual wavelength selector dial with an optional external motor drive for computerized control. The compact design is made possible by its Seya-Namioka optical layout, using a single holographic concave grating and f/3.2 aperture. A pair of removable fixed-width slits are included for the input and output ports. Several removable fixed slit width sizes are available to choose from ranging from 100 μm to 3 mm width. Additional removable slits and custom width slits can also be purchased separately. There are 5 grating choices (sold separately) covering from UV to near-IR. The 9030 monochromator cannot be used as a spectrograph and therefore only accepts single channel and PMT detectors at its output port. However, it can be used as an excitation wavelength tunable light source.
The 9030 is Sciencetech's most economical monochromator with a manual control wavelength selector and removable, fixed-width slits. The input and output ports are purposely placed optically in-line, making it a simple addition to a straight line beam in an optical system. Being a scanning monochromator, it does not have a flat output field and hence cannot be operated as a spectrograph with a multi-channel detector mounted at the output port.
2,291.00
In stock
SKU: 9030 (120-9003)
The Sciencetech 9030 monochromator is a compact, single grating scanning monochromator with 100 mm focal length (both output and input). It has a manual wavelength selector dial with an optional external motor drive for computerized control. The compact design is made possible by its Seya-Namioka optical layout, using a single holographic concave grating and f/3.2 aperture. A pair of removable fixed-width slits are included for the input and output ports. Several removable fixed slit width sizes are available to choose from ranging from 100 μm to 3 mm width. Additional removable slits and custom width slits can also be purchased separately. There are 5 grating choices (sold separately) covering from UV to near-IR. The 9030 monochromator cannot be used as a spectrograph and therefore only accepts single channel and PMT detectors at its output port. However, it can be used as an excitation wavelength tunable light source.
The 9030 is Sciencetech's most economical monochromator with a manual control wavelength selector and removable, fixed-width slits. The input and output ports are purposely placed optically in-line, making it a simple addition to a straight line beam in an optical system. Being a scanning monochromator, it does not have a flat output field and hence cannot be operated as a spectrograph with a multi-channel detector mounted at the output port.
2,291.00 2291.0 USD
Price Valid only in North America

The Sciencetech 9030 monochromator is a compact, single grating scanning monochromator. It has a manual wavelength selector dial with an optional external motor drive for computerized control. The compact design is made possible by its Seya-Namioka optical layout, using a single holographic concave grating and f/3.2 aperture. A pair of removable fixed-width slits are included for the input and output ports. Additional removable slits and custom width slits can also be purchased separately. There are 5 grating choices (sold separately) covering from UV to near-IR. The 9030 monochromator cannot be used as a spectrograph and therefore only accepts single channel and PMT detectors; however, it can be used as an excitation wavelength tunable light source. The input and output ports are purposely placed optically in-line, making it a simple addition to a straight line beam in an optical system.
For more information, please refer to the technical datasheet.
2,291.00
In stock
The Sciencetech 9030 monochromator is a compact, single grating scanning monochromator. It has a manual wavelength selector dial with an optional external motor drive for computerized control. The compact design is made possible by its Seya-Namioka optical layout, using a single holographic concave grating and f/3.2 aperture. A pair of removable fixed-width slits are included for the input and output ports. Additional removable slits and custom width slits can also be purchased separately. There are 5 grating choices (sold separately) covering from UV to near-IR. The 9030 monochromator cannot be used as a spectrograph and therefore only accepts single channel and PMT detectors; however, it can be used as an excitation wavelength tunable light source. The input and output ports are purposely placed optically in-line, making it a simple addition to a straight line beam in an optical system.
For more information, please refer to the technical datasheet.
2,291.00 2291.0 USD
Price Valid only in North America

9072S is a small 1/8m scanning monochromator. The 9072S uses plane gratings 30mm x 30mm in size and utilizes a Czerny Turner optical configuration. The 9072S is designed to be used with single channel detectors or connected to another 9072S to form a double additive or subtractive system. The base 9072S system has a triple grating turret which is computer controlled. 4-grating turret is optional.

Gratings and Grating Holders (120-8512) are sold separately.
The 9072S is compatible with SS80 and SS84 adjustable slits and SS-F fixed slits. Comes with the adjustable slit.
It includes Sci-mono software for basic wavelength control. Our fully-featured spectroscopy package, SciSpec, is sold separately.

For applications requiring better signal to noise, reduced stray light and better resolution than the standard model a double additive model (9072DA) is available.
For applications requiring a tunable bandpass or notch filter light source, the double subtractive model (9072DS) is an ideal choice.
4,577.00
In stock
9072S is a small 1/8m scanning monochromator. The 9072S uses plane gratings 30mm x 30mm in size and utilizes a Czerny Turner optical configuration. The 9072S is designed to be used with single channel detectors or connected to another 9072S to form a double additive or subtractive system. The base 9072S system has a triple grating turret which is computer controlled. 4-grating turret is optional.

Gratings and Grating Holders (120-8512) are sold separately.
The 9072S is compatible with SS80 and SS84 adjustable slits and SS-F fixed slits. Comes with the adjustable slit.
It includes Sci-mono software for basic wavelength control. Our fully-featured spectroscopy package, SciSpec, is sold separately.

For applications requiring better signal to noise, reduced stray light and better resolution than the standard model a double additive model (9072DA) is available.
For applications requiring a tunable bandpass or notch filter light source, the double subtractive model (9072DS) is an ideal choice.
4,577.00 4577.0 USD
Price Valid only in North America

SKU: 9030DS
The 9030DS consists of two 100 mm scanning monochromators placed in series in subtractive mode. Bandpass is determined by the width of an intermediate slit, but the 9030DS has a net output dispersion of zero because the monochromators are optically coupled so that the dispersion of the second grating cancels that of the first. This leads to homogenized wavelengths at the output port - there is no spectrum, only a single undispersed slit image - which allows the unit to act as a tunable bandpass or notch filter.

Stray light of all sorts is drastically reduced in a double monochromator, and in the 9030DS it is further minimized by the use of concave holographic gratings. It is ideal for applications where stray light is a problem - where there may be a strong scattered background, such as in spectroradiometry, Raman or UV measurements of solar radiation.

The 9030DS can be used as a tunable notch filter to remove one particular wavelength while allowing all others over the bandpass to pass through, making it an ideal instrument to pre-filter out the strong laser excitation wavelength in a Fluorescence or Raman system so that the weaker output signals can be observed.

The 9030DS is a fully integrated unit with the two diffraction gratings coupled mechanically for accurate positioning, adjusted manually using a thumb-wheel. A variety of fixed slit widths is available. It can be motorized and controlled by a computer with the Sciencetech MD100 stepper motor and drive system option. Only one motor and drive unit is required for both monochromators, enabling control via Sciencetech Sci-Mono Active-X library or full featured Sci-Spec software.

The Model 9030DS can also be used to pass or filter out several selected wavelengths by using a custom intermediate multi-slit mask instead of a single width intermediate slit. Please contact a Sciencetech Applications Specialist for such custom wavelength filtering.
4,628.00
In stock
SKU: 9030DS
The 9030DS consists of two 100 mm scanning monochromators placed in series in subtractive mode. Bandpass is determined by the width of an intermediate slit, but the 9030DS has a net output dispersion of zero because the monochromators are optically coupled so that the dispersion of the second grating cancels that of the first. This leads to homogenized wavelengths at the output port - there is no spectrum, only a single undispersed slit image - which allows the unit to act as a tunable bandpass or notch filter.

Stray light of all sorts is drastically reduced in a double monochromator, and in the 9030DS it is further minimized by the use of concave holographic gratings. It is ideal for applications where stray light is a problem - where there may be a strong scattered background, such as in spectroradiometry, Raman or UV measurements of solar radiation.

The 9030DS can be used as a tunable notch filter to remove one particular wavelength while allowing all others over the bandpass to pass through, making it an ideal instrument to pre-filter out the strong laser excitation wavelength in a Fluorescence or Raman system so that the weaker output signals can be observed.

The 9030DS is a fully integrated unit with the two diffraction gratings coupled mechanically for accurate positioning, adjusted manually using a thumb-wheel. A variety of fixed slit widths is available. It can be motorized and controlled by a computer with the Sciencetech MD100 stepper motor and drive system option. Only one motor and drive unit is required for both monochromators, enabling control via Sciencetech Sci-Mono Active-X library or full featured Sci-Spec software.

The Model 9030DS can also be used to pass or filter out several selected wavelengths by using a custom intermediate multi-slit mask instead of a single width intermediate slit. Please contact a Sciencetech Applications Specialist for such custom wavelength filtering.
4,628.00 4628.0 USD
Price Valid only in North America

The 9030DA double additive monochromator consists of two 9030 monochromators placed in series. Stray light is drastically reduced in a double monochromator, and in the 9030DA it is further minimized by the use of concave holographic gratings. The inbound light is dispersed by the first grating and again by the second. Both gratings rotate simultaneously in the same direction, and in the DA the monochromators are coupled so that the dispersion is double that of a single 9030 monochromator. Bandpass is half of the corresponding 9030 monochromator for the same output slit, and resolution using a 100 µm slit is 0.4 nm.
4,628.00
In stock
The 9030DA double additive monochromator consists of two 9030 monochromators placed in series. Stray light is drastically reduced in a double monochromator, and in the 9030DA it is further minimized by the use of concave holographic gratings. The inbound light is dispersed by the first grating and again by the second. Both gratings rotate simultaneously in the same direction, and in the DA the monochromators are coupled so that the dispersion is double that of a single 9030 monochromator. Bandpass is half of the corresponding 9030 monochromator for the same output slit, and resolution using a 100 µm slit is 0.4 nm.
4,628.00 4628.0 USD
Price Valid only in North America

The 9030DA double additive monochromator consists of two 9030 monochromators placed in series. Stray light is drastically reduced in a double monochromator, and in the 9030DA it is further minimized by the use of concave holographic gratings. The inbound light is dispersed by the first grating and again by the second. Both gratings rotate simultaneously in the same direction, and in the DA the monochromators are coupled so that the dispersion is double that of a single 9030 monochromator. Bandpass is half of the corresponding 9030 monochromator for the same output slit, and resolution using a 100 µm slit is 0.4 nm.
This includes one set of standard slits, but the grating must be selected/specified separately.
4,628.00
In stock
The 9030DA double additive monochromator consists of two 9030 monochromators placed in series. Stray light is drastically reduced in a double monochromator, and in the 9030DA it is further minimized by the use of concave holographic gratings. The inbound light is dispersed by the first grating and again by the second. Both gratings rotate simultaneously in the same direction, and in the DA the monochromators are coupled so that the dispersion is double that of a single 9030 monochromator. Bandpass is half of the corresponding 9030 monochromator for the same output slit, and resolution using a 100 µm slit is 0.4 nm.
This includes one set of standard slits, but the grating must be selected/specified separately.
4,628.00 4628.0 USD
Price Valid only in North America

The 9030DS consists of two 100 mm scanning monochromators placed in series in subtractive mode. Bandpass is determined by the width of an intermediate slit, but the 9030DS has a net output dispersion of zero because the monochromators are optically coupled so that the dispersion of the second grating cancels that of the first. This leads to homogenized wavelengths at the output port - there is no spectrum, only a single undispersed slit image - which allows the unit to act as a tunable bandpass or notch filter.
Stray light of all sorts is drastically reduced in a double monochromator, and in the 9030DS it is further minimized by the use of concave holographic gratings. It is ideal for applications where stray light is a problem - where there may be a strong scattered background, such as in spectroradiometry, Raman or UV measurements of solar radiation.
This price includes a standard set of slits including a standard intermediate (inverted) slit, but does not include gratings. We also offer customized intermediate (inverted) slits; please speak with your authorized Sciencetech technical support staff member.
Please see technical datasheet for additional information.
4,628.00
In stock
The 9030DS consists of two 100 mm scanning monochromators placed in series in subtractive mode. Bandpass is determined by the width of an intermediate slit, but the 9030DS has a net output dispersion of zero because the monochromators are optically coupled so that the dispersion of the second grating cancels that of the first. This leads to homogenized wavelengths at the output port - there is no spectrum, only a single undispersed slit image - which allows the unit to act as a tunable bandpass or notch filter.
Stray light of all sorts is drastically reduced in a double monochromator, and in the 9030DS it is further minimized by the use of concave holographic gratings. It is ideal for applications where stray light is a problem - where there may be a strong scattered background, such as in spectroradiometry, Raman or UV measurements of solar radiation.
This price includes a standard set of slits including a standard intermediate (inverted) slit, but does not include gratings. We also offer customized intermediate (inverted) slits; please speak with your authorized Sciencetech technical support staff member.
Please see technical datasheet for additional information.
4,628.00 4628.0 USD
Price Valid only in North America

In the 9072DS, the grating in the second monochromator is arranged such that it reverses the spectral dispersion of the first monochromator. This leads to a spectrally homogenized beam at the output port of the second monochromator and greatly reduced stray light, ideal for spectroradiometry, Raman or UV measurements of solar radiation.
The arrangement of the 9072DS allows it to act either as a tunable bandpass filter or a tunable notch filter. Arranged as a tunable bandpass filter the bandpass of the device is determined by the width of an intermediate slit. When arranged as a tunable notch filter the width of the notch is determined by the physical width of an opaque notch placed at the intermediate slit position.
The 9072DS can also be used to pass or filter out several selected wavelengths by using a custom intermediate multi-slit mask instead of a single width intermediate slit.
9,524.00
In stock
In the 9072DS, the grating in the second monochromator is arranged such that it reverses the spectral dispersion of the first monochromator. This leads to a spectrally homogenized beam at the output port of the second monochromator and greatly reduced stray light, ideal for spectroradiometry, Raman or UV measurements of solar radiation.
The arrangement of the 9072DS allows it to act either as a tunable bandpass filter or a tunable notch filter. Arranged as a tunable bandpass filter the bandpass of the device is determined by the width of an intermediate slit. When arranged as a tunable notch filter the width of the notch is determined by the physical width of an opaque notch placed at the intermediate slit position.
The 9072DS can also be used to pass or filter out several selected wavelengths by using a custom intermediate multi-slit mask instead of a single width intermediate slit.
9,524.00 9524.0 USD
Price Valid only in North America

In the 9072DA, the inbound light is dispersed by the first grating then passed through an intermediate slit where stray light is rejected and then spectrally dispersed again by the second grating.

The double dispersion of the double additive monochromators results in a doubling of the dispersion a single monochromator leading to better optical resolution.  The bandpass is half that of a single 9072 monochromator.
9,524.00
In stock
In the 9072DA, the inbound light is dispersed by the first grating then passed through an intermediate slit where stray light is rejected and then spectrally dispersed again by the second grating.

The double dispersion of the double additive monochromators results in a doubling of the dispersion a single monochromator leading to better optical resolution.  The bandpass is half that of a single 9072 monochromator.
9,524.00 9524.0 USD
Price Valid only in North America
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