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SpectraPro HRS Spectrographs and Monochromators
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Versatile, High Resolution Imaging Spectrographs and Scanning Monochromators


For more than 25 years, SpectraPro spectrometers from Princeton Instruments have set new standards for

reliable high-performance spectroscopy. Day in and day out, researchers around the world depend on

these popular spectrographs and monochromators for a wide variety of scientific and industrial applications.

Building upon the legacy of these iconic research instruments, Princeton Instruments has now created an

even more versatile, higher-resolution spectroscopy solution. New SpectraPro HRS imaging spectrographs

are absolutely packed with the latest technology and are capable of facilitating just about any spectroscopy

application imaginable.



SpectraPro HRS benefits include:


 ▶ Exclusive AccuDrive™ grating drive system yields up to 3X improvement in wavelength accuracy

 ▶ ResXtreme™ spectral deconvolution improves spectral resolution and SNR up to 60%

 ▶ Most precise wavelength and intensity calibration with optional IntelliCal system

 ▶ High spectral resolution PLUS astigmatism correction

 ▶ Multiple exit ports provide unrivaled versatility for multi-detector operation

 ▶ Fully supported by 64-bit LightField software





Unrivaled versatility!


SpectraPro HRS spectrographs afford researchers unrivaled experimental versatility by providing

multiple exit ports. Each one of these flexible instruments can be operated either as an imaging

spectrograph with an array detector or as a scanning monochromator with an exit slit and a

single-channel detector.






New ResXtreme spectral deconvolution technology




→ Improves spectral resolution by up to 60%

→ Improves peak intensity of spectral lines by up to 60%

→ Provides up to a 60% improvement in spectral uniformity at all CCD positions

→ Conservation of Energy: Maintains total signal under the peak

→ Improves signal-to-noise performance

→ Saves original spectral information, allowing data to be recalled without ResXtreme

    Is included with all SpectraPro HRS spectrographs that are purchased

    with Princeton Instruments LightField software!




Dual exit ports for multiple array detectors


→ Permits mounting and operation of two cameras
→ Choose from Princeton Instruments CCDs and InGaAs cameras for UV – SWIR coverage
→ Enables operation as both a monochromator and a spectrograph






→ Dramatically improves wavelength accuracy and repeatability
→ Outperforms previous scan systems - yields significant improvements in accuracy and reproducibility
→ Automatically identifies the turret and gratings installed on startup
→ Performs several optical alignment routines to insure accurate initialization







IntelliCal wavelength calibration achieves up to 10x greater wavelength calibration accuracy than

conventional calibration methods, while IntelliCal intensity calibration removes unwanted instrument

responses from spectral data. SpectraPro HRS spectrographs with IntelliCal ensure authentic

spectroscopic data that can be published or shared across multiple user facilities.




High-efficiency Acton optical coatings



→ Acton #1900 enhanced-aluminum mirrors provide highest reflectivity from 193 nm to mid-IR
→ Optional Acton protected silver coatings provide an average > 98% reflectivity and increased

    throughput over conventional silver coatings
→ Optional gold coatings available for NIR





Tip-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy
TERS - Tip-Enhanced Raman spectroscopy


Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy
LIBS is considered one of the most convenient and efficient analytical techniques for trace

elemental analysis in gases, solids, and liquids. LIBS spectra obtained by the Mars Curiosity

Rover have confirmed that our sister planet could have harbored life


Absorbance, Reflectance and Transmission
A measure of the amount of light absorbed by a sample as a beam of light passes through it.


Fluorescence, Phosphorescence, and Photoluminescence Spectroscopy
Fluorescence, phosphorescence and photoluminescence occur when a sample is excited by

absorbing photons and then emits them with a decay time that is characteristic of the sample



General Raman
The most common application of Raman spectroscopy involves the vibrational energy levels

of a molecule. Incident laser light in the UV, visible or NIR, is scattered from molecular

vibrational modes.


Plasma Emission Spectroscopy
The different types of plasma emission spectroscopy can be categorized by how the

plasma is generated. Spectra of nuclear fusion plasmas are used to ascertain the chemical

species present and other properties.







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