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  • EMC Precompliance Set

    EMC-SET - Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG

    The EMC precompliance sets include the following:HMS-X with HMS-EMC EMC and preamplifier option (EMC-SET2: HMS-3G option included)Frequency range from 100 kHz to 1.6/3 GHzFast sweep modeReceiver mode with quasi-peak detectorVarious detectors: auto peak, min./max. peak, sample, RMSHM6050-2 (LISN)Frequency range from 9 kHz to 30 MHzBuilt-in transient limiterArtificial hand connector(HZ540 (EMC-SET2))Frequency range from 100 kHz to 1/3 GHzProbes included (1 × E-field probe, 1 × H-field probe, 1 × high-impedance probe)EMC PreComEMC Precompliance Software (EMC PreCom) -- EMI module part of the HMExplorer software for conducting precompliance measurements (only with HO720 USB/RS-232 or the optional HO732 Ethernet/USB interface)

  • Photoluminescence Spectrometer

    FLS1000 - Edinburgh Instruments Ltd

    The FLS1000 sets the standard in both steady state and time-resolved photoluminescence spectroscopy for both fundamental research and routine laboratory applications. The system is a modular fluorescence and phosphorescence spectrometer for measuring spectra from the ultraviolet to the mid-infrared spectral range (up to 5,500 nm), and lifetimes spanning from picoseconds to seconds. All of this can be achieved through various upgrade routes, either at the time of order or in the future. Whether you are studying photophysics, photochemistry, biophysics, biochemistry, material or life sciences, the FLS1000 will enable you to reliably and accurately measure luminescence spectra and kinetics using state-of-the-art sources, detectors, acquisition techniques, quality optics and precision mechanics. The large sample chamber will house practically any type of sample accessory.

  • Triple Monochromator/ Spectrograph

    Omni-λTripple Series - ZOLIX

    Omni-λ 500 Triple Monochromator/ Spectrograph The Triple Monochromators/Spectrographs include three 500 mm focus monochromators which are with fine alignment. The first two monochromators as the dispersion subtraction are used to reduce the stray light. The third monochromator as dispersion sum configuration is used to improve the resolution. And each unit can work well as the monochromator, and the two unit can also be used as the double monochromator. The first and the second monochromator are the side entrance and double exits, the third monochromator is the double entrances and double exits, it is easy to connect the CCD and PMT, the single channel detectors. There are three import gratings in each monochromator, and the spectral range is located in deep UV region, the middle UV and visible region. Each grating reflectivity can be up to 70% in their spectral region. Mainly used in high grade Raman spectroscopy measurement, such as UV-resonance Raman spectroscopy.

  • Spectrometer

    Model 207 - McPherson, Inc.

    The Model 207 offers the user the most throughput and fastest aperture in a long focal length monochromator. This is ideal for photoluminescence and Raman spectroscopy applications. It is also available in a vacuum compatible version. Used in air and with a selection of gratings, the spectral range of the 207 extends from 185 nanometersm to 20 microns or more. Under vacuum range is extended down to 105 nm (depends on the grating.) Multiple ports are available for mounting accessories or CCD detectors, etc. McPherson SNAP IN gratings allow the alignment-free use of many different gratings. Easily view a wider spectral range or obtain higher resolution! You can retrofit years later and not have to worry about alignment with the McPherson SNAP IN approach. Our dual grating turret also accepts these easy to exchange gratings.

  • Spectrometers

    McPherson, Inc.

    Offers the user the most throughput and fastest aperture in a long focal length monochromator. This is ideal for photoluminescence and Raman spectroscopy applications. It is also available in a vacuum compatible version. Used in air and with a selection of gratings, the spectral range of the 207 extends from 185 nanometersm to 20 microns or more. Under vacuum range is extended down to 105 nm (depends on the grating.) Multiple ports are available for mounting accessories or CCD detectors, etc. McPherson SNAP IN gratings allow the alignment-free use of many different gratings. Easily view a wider spectral range or obtain higher resolution! You can retrofit years later and not have to worry about alignment with the McPherson SNAP IN approach. Our dual grating turret also accepts these easy to exchange gratings.

  • Earth Sensors

    Optical Energy Technologies, Inc.

    The earth sensor is composed of four thermopile-optical assemblies viewing four fields of view through a single 13.5mm cut-on optical filter/window, as is shown in Figure 1. Each earth sensor measures the attitude of the spacecraft relative to its axis. For Pitch and Roll attitude readout, two sensors mounted 90° apart around the spacecraft’s yaw axis are required, as is shown in Figure 1. Each sensor is mounted such that the lower edges of its fields protrude 10° below the nominal earth horizon at the orbit altitude. The output of each field is a D.C. voltage proportional to the earth radiance multiplied by the solid angle subtended by the earth in that detector’s field. Two additional detectors are used to correct for earth radiance variation as a function of season and position in the orbit. One of these fields views cold space continually, while the other is always below the earth horizon and thereby measures the earth radiance in the vicinity of the spacecraft’s position in the orbit.

  • FAST SDD and C2 Window

    EDS (SEM) Applications - Amptek Inc.

    Amptek is pleased to offer our improved line of silicon drift detectors (SDDs) for energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS) use within scanning electron microscopes (SEMs). Using our proprietary Patented “C-Series” silicon nitride (Si3N4) X-ray windows, the low-energy response of our FAST SDD® extends down to beryllium (Be). The FAST SDD® with its high intrinsic efficiency is ideal for EDS, which is also known as energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDX or XEDS) and energy dispersive X-ray analysis (EDXA) or energy dispersive X-ray microanalysis (EDXMA).

  • EMI Test Receiver

    ESRP - Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG

    EMI test receiver and signal/spectrum analyzer combined in one boxOptional preselection and preamplifier (R&S®ESRP-B2)Resolution bandwidths in line with CISPR, optionally in decade steps from 10 Hz to 1 MHz (R&S®ESRP-B29)Weighting detectors: max. peak, min. peak, average, RMS, quasi-peak, average with meter time constant, and RMS in line with current CISPR 16-1-1 versionStandard-compliant disturbance measurements for pulsed disturbances with repetition frequencies ≥ 10 Hz (with R&S®ESRP-B2 preselection/preamplifier option)Very fast FFT-based time domain scan as an option (R&S®ESRP-K53)Automatic test routinesIF analysis as an option (R&S®ESRP-K56)

  • LASER POWER SENSOR

    greenTEG AG

    The most common detectors for low powers are photodiodes due to their good power resolution and fast response time. Light is absorbed in the material and converted into an electrical current proportional to the radiation power. Depending on the material composition, each wavelength results in a different signal and only a narrow bandwidth of wavelengths lead to an electric signal at all, as can be seen in the chart on the right. Besides the widely available Si, Ge and InGaAs are also used as photodetectors. The absorption characteristics of those two materials extend into the NIR spectrum, up to 1800 nm. When electrically biased appropriately, InGaAs can even absorb at higher wavelengths. All available photodiodes together cover a total range of UV, VIS, and NIR.

  • Digital Flow Meters

    FM-2500A/1500 - Ono Sokki

    High-precision fuel flow meters that support automobile energy conservation countermeasures. The global warming phenomenon is one of several global environmental conservation problems that need to be tackled, and the further reduction of fuel consumption is one of the important issues currently being addressed. Ono Sokki has been developing and supplying automotive-related measuring and control instruments for over the past half century, with effort of satisfying demands in the market and improving accuracy of instruments, especially for fuel consumption measurement, which could be an essential part of automotive tests. With selection of measurement module, the FM-2500A/1500 digital flow meter can ensure high accurate measurement in combination of flow detectors FP/FX/FZ series, according to testing purpose.

  • On-Board Digital Flow Meter

    DF-210B / DF-211B - Ono Sokki

    The DF-210B / DF-211B are small-size, light weight and a low-profile with approx. 3 cm thickness flow meters designed for use on vehicles. The DF-210B measures instantaneous flow and accumulated flow with high resolution at 0.01 l/h in combination with FP-2140H / 2240H Positive-displacement Flow detectors. The DF-211B Extension Unit provides additional function to display the pressure, temperature, and elapsed time on-vehicle measurement. Portable battery box, DF-021A, is provided as an option, which is used to supply power to both units using its internal dry cell in case that the enough power supply is difficult on vehicle.

  • Platinum RTD Sensor - PT100 - 3 Wire 1 meter long

    Adafruit

    For precision temperature sensing, nothing beats a Platinum RTD. Resistance temperature detectors (RTDs) are temperature sensors that contain a resistor that changes resistance value as its temperature changes, basically a kind of thermistor. In this sensor, the resistor is actually a small strip of Platinum with a resistance of 100 ohms at 0C, thus the name PT100. Compared to most NTC/PTC thermistors, the PT type of RTD is much most stable and precise (but also more expensive) PT100's have been used for many years to measure temperature in laboratory and industrial processes, and have developed a reputation for accuracy (better than thermocouples), repeatability, and stability.

  • 500MHz Multichannel Digital Gamma Finder in PXI Express format

    Pixie-500 Express - XIA LLC

    The DGF Pixie-500 Express (Pixie-500e) is a multichannel data acquisition system for fast radiation detectors in nuclear physics and other applications requiring coincident radiation detection. It provides digital spectrometry and waveform acquisition for four input signals per module; several modules can be combined into a larger system. The DGF Pixie-500e is based on the CompactPCI/PXI Express standard which allows data transfer rates from Pixie-500e memory to the host computer of several hundred MB/s. In a suitable PXI Express chassis, multiple modules can be read out in parallel. Commercial CompactPCI or CompactPCI Express modules - DSP processor boards, HV supplies, embedded host computers - can be added to build a flexible standalone data acquisition and analysis system.

  • 125-500MHz Multichannel Digital Gamma Finder in PXI Express format

    Pixie-4 Express - XIA LLC

    The DGF Pixie-4 Express (Pixie-4e) is a multichannel data acquisition system for fast radiation detectors in nuclear physics and other applications requiring coincident radiation detection. It provides digital spectrometry and waveform acquisition for four input signals per module; several modules can be combined into a larger system. The DGF Pixie-4e is based on the CompactPCI/PXI Express standard which allows data transfer rates from Pixie-4e memory to the host computer of several hundred MB/s. In a suitable PXI Express chassis, multiple modules can be read out in parallel. Commercial CompactPCI or CompactPCI Express modules - DSP processor boards, HV supplies, embedded host computers - can be added to build a flexible standalone data acquisition and analysis system.

  • 3-AXIS DIGITAL AC GAUSSMETER: 1-200 kHz

    IDR-200 - Integrity Design and Reseach Corp.

    Typical Applications include checking the frequencies and magnetic fields (BW: 1 kHz -200 kHz) produced by equipments such as computer monitors, television sets, video display terminals, induction heaters, industrial, Radar, scientific/medical equipment, walk-through/hand-held detectors and ground wave energy network; etc. For more information about VLF magnetic fields and the VLF gaussmeter , see the paper titled "Very-low-frequency electromagnetic field detector with data acquisition," IEEE Trans. Instrum. Meas.,vol. 58, no. 1, pp. 129-140, Dec. 2008. by S. Hanna.