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New Ultra High Sensitivity, Very High Speed Spectrometer


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The A10766 is offered with four grating types, with groove densities of 1200 gr/mm, 900 gr/mm, 600 gr/mm and 300 gr/mm and is compatible with our 16 or 32 channel PMTs. These choices dictate the spectral range, spectral width, blaze wavelength and resolution specifications and allow the user to tailor the spectrometer to their application. The spectral response ranges from 200 nm to 900 nm with an extremely high S/N across this range compared to conventional CCD array spectrometers. A resolution of 6.3 nm/ch is achievable when a 32 channel PMT and 1200gr/mm grating are used.

The A10766 has a small footprint making it ideal for integration into an end users system. The light input optics can be custom designed by the end user, or, an optional fibre bundle can easily be attached. Use of a data logger with the PMT allows simple operation and analysis of spectra. By using a PMT rather than a silicon image sensor, the A10766 is able to measure much lower light intensities that are rapidly changing. This is a major advantage over other commercially available spectrometers.

With an increased demand for high sensitivity, high-speed spectrometers, Hamamatsu Photonics has increased it’s already wide range of UV - NIR Mini-Spectrometers and added one of the most innovative and best performing devices on the market.
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