CCD Based Fluorescence Spectrometer Boasts High Sensitivity and Low Dark Noise
Ideal for low light level fluorescence applications
TE Cooling allows long operation stability
The CCD Based Fluorescence Spectrometer features high sensitivity and low dark noise. It uses a TE cooled, 2048 pixel linear CCD array to provide long operation stability and an excellent signal-to-noise ratio. The CCD Based Fluorescence Spectrometer takes advantage of a wide 100 m slit and a cylindrical lens to collect and focus the maximum amount of light possible onto a 200 m pixel. This Spectrometer is perfectly suited for use in low light level applications where it is essential to detect even the weakest optical signal.
Wide spectral response range
The CCD Based Fluorescence Spectrometer provides a broadband spectral response range, which allows them to detect the wide wavelength bands that are characteristic of fluorescence applications. The CCD Based Fluorescence Spectrometer is in-stock and available for immediate delivery for fast turnaround and excellent value.
About Edmund Optics GmbH
Edmund Optics® (EO) is a leading producer of optics, imaging, and photonics technology. Supporting the R&D, electronics, semiconductor, pharmaceutical and biomedical markets around the globe; EO products are used in a variety of applications ranging from DNA sequencing or retinal eye scanning to high-speed factory automation. Its huge inventory of stock and custom optics allows EO to take customer projects from design to prototype and volume production. EO's manufacturing capabilities combined with its global distribution network and its extensive product catalogue has earned it the position of the world's largest supplier of off-the-shelf optical components.
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