What Is Raman Spectroscopy

Raman spectroscopy is a molecular spectroscopic technique that relies on the inelastic scattering of monochromatic light in molecular structures. The incident laser light changes the vibration modes of the molecules, and during this process, the molecules will emit light at higher and/or lower wavelengths relative to the excitation wavelength (called Stokes or Anti-Stokes shifts). Each material has its own specific Raman spectrum. Raman scattering can, therefore, be used to identify and quantify the presence and composition of ...

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Advances in DMD-based spectrometers benefit industry and medicine

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Read our contributed article in the April 2021 issue of Focus Laser World about the advances in DMD-based spectrometers and how they can benefit industry and medicine.

“Compact near-infrared spectrometers based on digital micromirror devices (DMDs) can be lower in cost than diode-array spectrometers while maintaining high stability.

Ongoing developments in industries such as precision agriculture and healthcare point-of-care (POC) testing have increased the demand for ...

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Spectroscopy Becomes a Potent Part of Pharmaceutical Production

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Read this new, and interesting article in Photonics Spectra about Spectroscopy in the Pharmaceutical industry.

“FTIR, NIR, and Raman analytical tools are helping to enhance the discovery and production of pharmaceuticals, and also to ensure their quality, safety, and efficacy.”

Ibsen’s VP of Sales & Marketing, Thomas Rasmussen, has been interviewed for this article in Photonics ...

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Diode Array Spectrometers

Augment Fluorescence-Based Research

Dr. Thomas Rasmussen

Read the contributed article from the March/April 2021 issue of BioPhotonics about Diode Array Spectrometers, written by Dr. Thomas Rasmussen.

Fluorescence spectroscopy is a key technology for very sensitive measurements of low concentration biological material. Currently, the technology is of high interest because fluorometers can ...

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Ibsen Photonics Launches PEBBLE VIS-NIR – Ultra Compact Spectrometer Modules for Instrument Integrators

For immediate release

Press Release – Farum, February 23, 2021

Ibsen Photonics (ibsen.com), the global leader in fused silica transmission gratings and industrial grade spectrometer modules, today announced the ultra compact PEBBLE VIS-NIR OEM spectrometer.

Ibsen’s PEBBLE VIS-NIR spectrometer is an addition to the PEBBLE platform of ultra compact spectrometers with a form factor of only 20 mm x 15 mm x 8 mm, high resolution and sensitivity, as well as environmental ruggedness. PEBBLE VIS-NIR is based on the same proven diffraction grating ...

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Notice of Discontinuation

Product Discontinuation/End of Support Life Notice

Dear valued customer,

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

With this letter, we want to inform you that our DISB-101S Electronics supporting the Hamamatsu S11639-01 detector and Diolan DLN-4M SPI to USB Adapter will be discontinued by the end of January 2021, and be replaced by the products described below.

End of Life ...

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Introducing the new PEAK XNIR Spectrometer
– DLP® Technology-Based Innovation from Ibsen Photonics


For immediate release

Press Release – Farum, September 30, 2020

Ibsen Photonics (ibsen.com), the global leader in fused silica transmission gratings and industrial grade spectrometer modules, today announced the release of a new and innovative OEM spectrometer called PEAK XNIR that features DLP® Pico™ technology from Texas Instruments.

The PEAK XNIR offers a very high throughput due to a retroreflective advanced optical design, a high efficiency transmission grating, and a high NA of 0.22. ...

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UV-NIR spectrometer and long pulse compression gratings

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FREEDOM UV-NIR

FREEDOM UV-NIR

The FREEDOM combines compact size, cost efficiency, and high performance with flexibility in the choice of detector system. These benefits make FREEDOM especially well-suited for integration into portable and handheld instruments.

The key benefits of the FREEDOM UV-NIR are high efficiency across the complete 190 – 1100 nm range, ultra compact size of 50 x 50 ...

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