F980 is at the heart of all our fluroescence spectrometers and is a fully comprehensive, user-friendly data analysis software package. Irrespective of system configurations, this software provides the user with complete control.
The F980 spectrometer operating software is Windows 7, 8 and 10 compatible and is based on a data centred design that enables the user to focus on their measurement.
This guarantees ease-of-use in the operation of a modular and potentially complex spectrometer.
A unique feature of the F980 software is that all modes of data acquisition, including spectral scanning and lifetime acquisition in both MCS and TCSPC modes, are controlled from within one software package. Modern light sources, detectors, complex sample holders (plate reader, XY sample stages, titrator) and cooler options (thermostated sample holders and cryostats) are supported and fully software controlled.
Comprehensive data import and export facilities are provided to ensure compatibility with many other popular analysis programs. Graphics can be exported to a standard Windows metafile or directly cut and pasted into word processing, graphics and desktop publishing programs.
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|Software Functionality for Steady State Spectroscopy|
|Measurement Modes||Control Features||Data Manipulation & Display|
|Signal rates||Wavelength selection (λEX & λEM)||Arithmetic ( + , - , × , / , append )|
|Excitation spectra||Grating selection||Scaling / multiplication factor|
|Emission spectra||Spectral band widths||Normalise|
|Anisotropy spectra||Integration time per data point||Baseline subtraction|
|Kinetic measurements||Sample selection (multi-position sample wells)||Crop range|
|Synchronous spectra||Programmed excitation shutter||Smooth|
|Corrected spectra||Programmed attenuator||2D, 3D, Contour and text|
|Temperature resolved spectra map||Source and detector selection||Grid ON / OFF|
|Synchronous spectra map||Online spectral data correction||Differentiation / Integration|
|Excitation-emission map||Post acquisition spectral correction||Peak search|
|Sample temperature monitoring||Polariser selection and orientation||Correction|
|Reflection measurements||X-Y Sample stage control||Anisotropy (G factor corrected)|
|Absorption measurements||Sample temperature control||Logarithmic / linear scales|
|Absolute quantum yield measurements||Cryostat control||Cursor locations|
|Multiple sample position and well-plate measurements||Microscope stage control||Join, split and extract frames|
|Plate reader control||Spectral correction wizard|
|Titrator control||Absolute quantum yield wizard|
|Chromaticity calculation and display wizard|
|Software Functionality for Time-Resolved Photoluminescence Measurements|
|Measurement Modes||Control Features||Analysis Features|
|Signal rates||Wavelength selection for excitation and emission monochromators||Full data reconvolution using a non-linear least square fitting routine:|
|Manual lifetime measurement||Sample selection (multi-position sample holders)||Exponential reconvolution or simple tail fit|
|Multiple lifetime measurement||Detector selection (up to 3)||1-4 independent exponential decay times, fixed or as free fit parameters|
|Time resolved excitation spectra||nF920 flashlamp voltage, frequency control and gas pressure monitor||Shift parameters, fixed or as a free fit parameter|
|Time resolved emission spectra||Programmable iris attenuator||Background fit, fixed or as a free fit parameter|
|Fluorescence anisotropy||Multiple sources||Chi-squared goodness-of-fit test|
|Temperature controlled lifetime measurements||Polariser selection and orientation||Weighted residuals, Durbin-Watson parameter|
|Sample temperature monitoring||Cryostat control||Autocorrelation function|
|Multiple sample position and well-plate measurements||Measurement to peak counts or preset time||Anisotropy calculation|
|Forward or Reverse mode||Time resolved spectra|
|CFD settings on START and STOP: threshold, zero crossing and divider|
|Channel Selection: 512 - 8192 channels (TCSPC) and 500 - 8000 channels (MCS)|
|Time Range Selection: 2.5 ns - 50 µs (TCSPC) and 5 ms - 1000 s (MCS)|