FREEDOM at Antarctica

Dear Reader,

Lake Untersee, Antarctica. Klemens Weisleitner, University of Innsbruck

You get freedom in your design, when you choose our FREEDOM spectrometer. FREEDOM provides many different configurations and detector options and it allows the flexibility to use your own electronics or to go with our plug-and-play electronics. In addition, it is so small that ...

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Do you speak spectrographish?

Dear Reader,

We wish to offer you the opportunity to come and speak spectrographish with Ibsen Photonics at the annual Pittcon exhibition in Atlanta from March 7th-10th.

Our technical experts in Spectrometers, FBG interrogators (I-MON’s) and Spectrometer gratings will be there, giving you the perfect opportunity to speak with them directly about your photonics projects.

Heidi Olson will be giving a product demonstration on Tuesday, Mar. 8th. at 10.30 a.m. in the Live Demo Area 2 (Booth 4647) on the ...

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This is your chance to get free advice!

Dear Reader,

We wish to offer you the opportunity to engage with Ibsen Photonics at the SPIE BiOS/Photonics West trade show in San Francisco from February 13th through 18th.

Our technical experts in Spectrometers, FBG interrogators (I-MON’s), Phase Masks, Pulse Compression gratings, Telecom gratings, and Spectrometer gratings will be there, giving you the unique opportunity to speak with them directly about your photonics projects.Eagle Raman-S

We will be launching ...

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To cool or not to cool?

 

When you are considering to buy a new spectrometer, you may have to decide whether you need one with a cooled detector or not. A cooled detector can provide low noise but is also bulky and expensive. We have put together a technical note with some practical guidelines on when to cool and when not to cool.

One of the applications where cooling is often required is in Raman spectroscopy. In this newsletter, we are highlighting ...

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Notice of Discontinuation

Dear valued customer,

Ibsen Photonics is committed to providing innovative and reliable products, and supporting them as long as possible. However, it occasionally becomes necessary to discontinue a product and offer a suitable replacement.

With this letter we want to inform you that our I-MON 80D will be discontinued by the end of March 2016.

Last Time Order Date: On April 1st 2016, the I-MON 80D will be discontinued and orders no longer accepted.

End of Life Date: On April 1st 2016, the product ...

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Meet our Deep UV Spectrometer

 

Ibsen offers a variant of the FREEDOM family of compact and high resolution spectrometers, the HR-DUV FHW-380, to complement the current HR-UV, HR-VIS, and HR-VIS-NIR. This deep UV spectrometer covers a wavelength range of 178 – 409 nm and a resolution of 0.3 nm. This feature set makes the HR-DUV ideal for integration into Industrial Laser Induced Breakdown spectroscopy instruments.

FREEDOM HR-DUV uses an innovative transmission grating, developed and ...

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ROCK and roll your XNIR

 

The ROCK XNIR spectrometers from Ibsen offer 2-6 times higher sensitivity than competing technologies for near infrared spectroscopy and are ideal for process control applications due to their compact size and ruggedness. So, maybe your cookie dough ingredients have been tested by an Ibsen ROCK XNIR spectrometer.

The enabling technology for the high performance ...

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What do Austria, Brazil, Germany, Sweden & the U.S. have in common?

 

Dear Reader,

In Austria, Brazil, Germany or the U.S., you will have the chance to meet our spectrometer experts and hear them elaborate on new innovations and products. In this newsletter, you can find the details on when and where you can interact with my colleagues.

On the grating side of our business, we would like to draw your attention to NORIA. A new Fiber Bragg Grating manufacturing tool that utilizes Ibsen’s Phase masks and is offered by NorthLab Photonics of Sweden.

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Do you know how to choose a spectrometer?

 

In this blog post we would like to take the opportunity to make you aware of our technical note that can help you choose a spectrometer.

 

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The basic parameters you need to know before choosing a suitable spectrometer are wavelength range and resolution. But, even though you know your wavelength range and resolution there are still a lot of possible spectrometer design options. ...

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