New Product: Microspectra 1™ Photometer for Your Microscope
Posted: Sunday, August 26, 2012 Location: San Dimas, California, USA
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CRAIC TechnologiesT is a leading developer of instruments for UV-visible-NIR microanalysis. Spectra and images even of samples less than a micron can be analyzed. CRAIC Technologies products include UV and NIR microscopes, UV-visible-NIR microspectrophotometers, instruments to measure thin film thickness and colorimetry on the microscopic scale, Raman microspectrometers, automation solutions, traceable standards and more. Specialized systems have been developed for a number of fields including vitrinite coal analysis, protein crystals, forensic and semiconductor metrology. Below are links for each class of product that we manufacture that give more information on the science, the technology, the instruments themselves and how they are used.
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Adding Photometry to Your Microscope™
The Microspectra 1™ Microscope Photometer is designed to add photometry and imaging to your optical microscope. Actually, the Microspectra 1™ is better described as a microscope radiometer in that it has a spectral range from the deep UV to the near infrared. It is limited only by the microscope itself.
The Microspectra 1™ microphotometer attaches to your microscope and enables you to collect transmission, reflectance or even fluorescence and luminescence photometric data of microscopic samples. The solid state detectors have dynamic ranges and sensitivities greater than PMTs or imaging systems. With complete software control, either broad- or narrow-band photometric intensity measurements can be made. Additionally, with the use of CRAIC reference materials, precise photometric intensities can be recorded relative to the reference material. With the Microspectra 1™ microphotometer, high quality photometry of even sub-micron samples can be done quickly, non-destructively and easily.
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