Wide Bandgap MiniPL/Raman Spectrometer: Fully integrated with excitation energy up to 5.5 eV

Measurement of photoluminescence (PL) spectra from semiconductor materials is an important characterization method and is widely accepted for providing information on carrier doping levels, alloy composition, bandgap and edge effects, etc.

Wessling, (PresseBox) - The ability to measure UV Resonance Raman spectra adds specificity and enhanced characterization of materials. These measurements are important both for research, device characterization and process monitoring.

The Deep UV (DUV) MiniPL/Raman Spectrometer from Photon Systems provides the most compact and inexpensive instrument available at these wavelengths. Enabling PL and Raman spectra measurement of semiconductor materials with bandgap up to about 5.5 eV corresponding to AlGaN with Al concentrations up over 80%.

• Room Temperature PL and Raman
• 5.5(224nm) or 5.0 eV(248.6nm) laser excitation
• measurement of excitation and emission energy for direct QE measurement
• Highly portable 15 x 18 x 36cm,<8Kg

Laser 2000 GmbH

Since 25 years Laser 2000 is concentrating on the core product areas of Photonics market. Our experts and experienced account managers ensure the best possible attention to your requirements today for the solutions of tomorrow.

Laser 2000 is headquartered in Munich, Germany and operates local offices in all major business areas of the European market. In order to support your application we deliver top-level service and products and meet the highest standard of quality. With an installed base of thousands of applications around the world, Laser 2000 has shown the ability to provide onsite-support in time.

Please visit us at the following trade shows:
DPG Tagung, Stuttgart, 29. - 3. März 2012
ANALYTICA München, 17. - 20. April 2012
AKL Aachen, 9. - 11. Mai 2012
OPTATEC Frankfurt, 22. - 25. Mai 2012
ACHEMA Frankfurt, 18. - 22. Juni 2012
For more information visit www.laser2000.de

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