Edinburgh Instruments Spectroscopy Instrumentation Overview
Edinburgh Instruments is a world-leader in both single photon counting and time-correlated single photon counting (TCSPC) based fluorescence Spectroscopy Instrumentation in addition to Raman Spectroscopy Instrumentation.
We are recognised internationally as a company that offers maximum flexibility and exceptional quality in both instrumentation and services. We understand that choosing the right spectroscopy instrumentation can be difficult, which is why we have highlighted the most popular Spectroscopy Instrumentation products from our Photonics division in this product overview.
FLS1000 Photoluminescence Spectrometer
The FLS1000 is a state-of-the-art, modular photoluminescence spectrometer for the most demanding applications in Photophysics, Photochemistry, Material Sciences and Life Sciences. The instrument sets the standards in both steady state and time-resolved Spectroscopy Instrumentation.
- Modular construction for maximum flexibility and upgradability
- Industry leading sensitivity
- Unrivalled spectral coverage from deep UV to the Mid-IR
- Superior monochromator performance, components and focal length for excellent stray light rejection
The FS5 is a fully integrated, purpose-built Spectrofluorometer. Suited for analytical and research laboratories, the FS5 can handle the speed of routine analysis and the sensitivity of demanding research requirements.
- Multiple detector ports allowing measurements up to 1650 nm, and lifetimes down to 25 ps in one instrument
- High sensitivity allows for detection of very weak fluorescence signals
- Absorption/Transmission detector included as standard
- ‘Plug & Play’ sample modules with auto-recognition for complete user-friendliness
RM5 Raman Microscope
The RM5 is a compact and fully automated Raman microscope for analytical and research purposes. The truly confocal design of the RM5 is unique to the market and offers uncompromised spectral resolution, spatial resolution and sensitivity.
- Truly confocal – variable slit and multi position, adjustable pinhole
- Up to 3 integrated narrowband lasers
- 5-position grating turret
- Up to 2 integrated detectors
- Internal standards and auto-calibration
RMS1000 Research Grade Microscope
The RMS1000 is an open architecture research grade confocal Raman microscope. It has been designed so it can be adapted to almost any modern, state-of-the-art Raman application.
- Truly Confocal – multiple position pinhole for high spatial resolution
- Five-Position Grating Turrets
- Two Spectrograph Options – standard compact and long focal length.
- Four Simultaneous Detectors
- Photoluminescence Microscopy, Time-Resolved Measurements, Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging (FLIM)
DS5 Dual Beam UV-Vis Spectrometer
The DS5 UV-Vis Spectrophotometer is a high performance dual beam instrument suitable for many analytical applications where accuracy and precision measurements are key to your results.
- Variable bandpass options – 0.5 nm, 1.0 nm, 1.5 nm, 2.0 nm, 4.0 nm
- Fast scanning – up to 6,000 nm/min
- Automatic accessory recognition
- Modern touchscreen interface with intuitive menus and functions
- USB, SD card and internal data storage
- Compact footprint
LP980 Transient Absorption Spectrometer
The LP980 measures transient absorption, laser-induced fluorescence and phosphorescence, all in one instrument. At the heart of the LP980 is a fully automated, turnkey spectrometer for acquiring transient absorption kinetics and spectra based on the laser flash photolysis (pump-probe) technique.
- All-in-one spectrometer for transient absorption and laser-induced fluorescence
- Transients measured up to 2.55 μm
- Integrated ICCD detector to measure spectra in one laser flash
- Advanced software package for complete control of components and measurements
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