Our transmission grating based spectrometers are ideally suited for fluorescence spectroscopy due to the following benefits:
- Nearly 100% polarization independent efficiency (optical throughput)
- Integration with a range of common CCD and CMOS detectors
- Robustness for portability, usage, or challenging industrial environments
- Low temperature dependence
- Compact size
A number of OEM spectrometer platforms are available at Ibsen that are well suited for fluorescence measurements. Below is a short list of spectrometer examples. If you need a better resolution, another wavelength, or if none of the examples fit your specific needs for other reasons, we can always discuss a customized spectrometer to fit your requirements.
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What is Fluorescence spectroscopy?
Fluorescence is a process in which a molecule, quantum dot or other quantum emitter gets in to an excited state by absorbing light and in return emits light of a different color. Because some energy is lost in the time the molecule is in the excited state, generally the emitted light is red-shifted with respect to the excitation wavelength. Fluorescence is used widespread in biology to image the interior of organisms and spectroscopy can give valuable information on the physical conditions in the cell or allow for multiplexing.