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SPIE Photonics West
4 - 6 Feb 2020
San Francisco, CA, United States

HORIBA Scientific

BOOTH NUMBER: 1726, 1727

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HORIBA Scientific
20 Knightsbridge Rd
OEM Spectroscopy Div
Piscataway, NJ
United States
Company Description
Featured Product: PoliSpectra® M116 provides simultaneous acquisition breakthrough in UV-NIR spectroscopy,

HORIBA Scientific: Leading manufacturer of holographic gratings, modular spectrometer systems with InGaAs detectors, and spectrofluorometers. We offer OEM CCD and CMOS miniature spectrometers, deep-cooled Scientific cameras including EM CCDs and our PoliSpectra® OEM line of multi-fiber spectrometers to monitor multiple samples at one time (from 1-100+ fiber inputs), MicOS Microscope Optical Spectrometer for luminescence, TCSPC components, laser diodes, timing modules and single photon detectors.
11 December 2019
PoliSpectra M116 MultiTrack Spectrometer with 8-32 Fibers
PoliSpectra® M116 provides simultaneous acquisition breakthrough in UV-NIR spectrosc

HORIBA Scientific announced a new fiber-coupled multispectra system capable of simultaneous measurement of up to 32 channels. The PoliSpectra® M116 MultiTrack Fiber Spectrometer features a concentric optical design with UV extended spectral range (below 185 nm with optional N2 purge) and a customized fiber bundle providing high throughput and excellent imaging quality with minimal crosstalk.

This new product offers a high speed and low noise 2-D scientific back-illuminated CMOS sensor running at 94 to 188 frames per second which can be configured with 8, 16 or 32 fiber input channels for simultaneous acquisition of UV-NIR spectra (2048 pixels per spectrum). This innovative design enables PoliSpectra M116 to provide very high spectral resolution(1nm), combined with high sensitivity. Additionally, the high QE sCMOS sensor (95% in the visible) and an integrated order sorting filter allow wavelength coverage beyond 1 μm.

“The new HORIBA PoliSpectra MultiTrack spectrometers are ultrafast, broad range and high resolution, making them perfect for multi-sampling applications,“ said Nick Vezard, VP of OEM Spectroscopy Division, of HORIBA Scientific. “They are particularly useful for high throughput OEM industrial applications that include QC, reflectometry, plasma monitoring, light source calibration monitoring and blood/DNA analysis.”

PoliSpectra MultiTrack spectrometers are currently available. For more information, please go to:
04 October 2019
Standard Microscope Spectroscopy (SMS) Systems
With their unique set of accessories, the SMS family of systems enables any standard microscope to be fitted with a spectrometer and a detector, thereby adding spectroscopy to ANY microscope, to perform techniques such as Raman, steady state and time-resolved Photoluminescence, Reflectance/Transmittance, Electroluminescence, Photocurrent and Dark Field Scattering. The SMS platform brings unprecedented flexibility and modularity to performing spectroscopy on standard microscope systems, all without compromising the imaging functionality of the microscope.

Multitask your microscope™ is the concept behind these Standard Microscope Spectroscopy (SMS) systems. They offer the ability to leverage an existing standard microscope, and create a fully turnkey system that performs not only the microscopy function, but adds one or more spectroscopies as a complementary technique.

The SMS systems:
• Can combine multiple spectroscopies on one platform;
• Are modular and upgradable;
• Retain all imaging and native microscope functions while adding spectroscopy functionality;
• Offer high performance levels without compromise to either microscope or spectrometer.

The Optical Spectroscopy Division specializes in custom configurations with spectrometers, monochromators, microspectroscopy, CCDs and other instruments for fluorescence spectroscopy and other R&D and QC applications. They design systems that meet customers’ individualized research or application needs. The OSD group specializes in designing the tools required to assist investigations when standardized tools do not meet the needs or where no tools currently exist. The division also sells spectroscopy components for user-built systems.

More information at: https://www.horiba.com/en_en/sms/
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