FREEDOM HR-VIS-NIR / C-VIS-NIR

Our compact high resolution spectrometers offer the perfect balance between compactness and performance
Compact High Resolution Spectrometers

FREEDOM HR-VIS-NIR and C-VIS-NIR offer the perfect balance between compact size and high resolution in your instrument design due to the use of Ibsen Photonics unique transmission grating technology. The spectrometer is robust and almost athermal and can operate under demanding environmental conditions.

Furthermore, the FREEDOM HR spectrometers support many different detector systems which enables you to choose the best detector option for your specific application. Our compact high resolution spectrometers even allow you to re-use already developed electronics and software for your favorite detector type.

The FREEDOM C-VIS-NIR offers the best possible resolution through the use of 4096 pixel detector.

Test it yourself!

We understand that it can be hard to judge the performance of a spectrometer just from the datasheet. Therefore, we offer a time limited loan of a demo unit to customers that meet certain criteria.

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Key Features

  • 475 nm to 1100 nm wavelength range
  • High resolution C-VIS-NIR: 0.4 nm (typical)
  • High resolution HR-VIS-NIR: 0.6 nm (typical)
  • Footprint of 61 mm x 64 mm x 19 mm

Products

ProductDetectorBenefit
FHT-101Hamamatsu S11639-01 CMOS Cost effective, high sensitivity
FCT-109Hamamatsu S13496 CMOSBest resolution
FHT-315Hamamatsu S10420-1106-01 BT-CCDLow noise
FHT-380Hamamatsu S11156-2048-02 BT-CCDShort integration time

Download Product Sheets

pdf_iconFREEDOM HR-VIS-NIR 475 – 1100 nm

pdf_iconFREEDOM C-VIS-NIR 475 – 1100 nm

How to Use your Spectrometer

You can couple into your spectrometer both by free space or via fiber.

You also have several options for reading out over a standard interface like USB or SPI with our different electronics options, which you can see here.

Ordering

Request a quotation here for any of our compact high resolution spectrometers or any of our other FREEDOM spectrometers. If you have special requirements for resolution, detector, or wavelength range just enter those into the “Request Quotation” form.

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