Ibsen’s ROCK NIR OEM spectrometers – when sensitivity matters!

Dear Reader,

This newsletter features our ROCK NIR OEM spectrometers. These near infrared industrial grade spectrometers offer the market’s highest throughput, due to Ibsen’s highly efficient transmission grating technology and a low f-number lens-based design. Ibsen’s ROCK series comprises several ranges in the 900 – 2500 nm region, as well as multiple detector options.

Below you can find some highlights on our ROCK NIR 900 – 1700 nm spectrometer, and on our webpage you can find much more details and options.

ROCK Spectrometer

ROCK Spectrometer

Best regards,

Pernille Kennedy,
Sales and Marketing Coordinator

ROCK NIR 900-1700 nm

High throughput and robust spectrometer modules for OEM integration

If you have trouble getting enough light for your spectroscopy system, a ROCK spectrometer could be your answer.

The high throughput is a benefits that is accomplished by our highly efficient in-house manufactured transmission gratings and a high numerical aperture 0.22 (f/2.2) nearly on-axis beam geometry in the optical bench.

Furthermore, ROCK uses only two lenses in the optical path, thereby reducing the amount of optical surface loss to a minimum.

Key features
  • 900 to 1700 nm wavelength range
  • Numerical aperture of 0.22
  • Minimum resolution of 4 nm (FWHM)
  • Symmetrical peak shapes
  • Athermal optical bench

For more information and an opportunity to send us a RFQ, please visit:


Meet us in Reno-Tahoe

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– The Great Scientific Experience

Ibsen Photonics will be exhibiting at the SciX 2014 show in Reno-Tahoe, Nevada from September 28th to October 3rd at booth #78, where Thomas Rasmussen and Heidi Olson will be present and ready to discuss your product requirements with you.

So, stop by for a chat and see our demos – we look forward to talking to you!

Click here for more details.