HORIBA Scientific

Piscataway, NJ 08854

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20 Knightsbridge Rd
Piscataway, NJ 08854
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http://www.horiba.com/scientific
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HORIBA Scientific is a leading manufacturer of high performance spectroscopic instrumentation for applications in nanotechnology, semiconductors, pharmaceuticals, chemistry, photovoltaics, environmental and life sciences.  

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VS7000-CCD-HS Miniature CCD Spectrometer - for OEM Only

High-performance fiber optic spectrometer for OEM volumes UV-VIS (200–860 nm), VIS (380–750 nm), and UV-NIR (200–1050 nm) High-speed electronics (770 spectra/s) High throughput...
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Aqualog® - Our compact, Benchtop Fluorometer for CDOM

Aqualog is the only instrument to simultaneously measure both absorbance spectra and fluorescence Excitation-Emission Matrices. EEMs are acquired up to a 100 times faster than...
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XploRA ONE™ Raman Microscope

The XploRA ONE™ offers simplicity in design and operation so that the analyst can focus on the sample measurements and routine analysis that is important, obtaining results not...
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VS7000-CCD-HS Miniature CCD Spectrometer - for OEM Only

High-performance fiber optic spectrometer for OEM volumes UV-VIS (200–860 nm), VIS (380–750 nm), and UV-NIR (200–1050 nm) High-speed electronics (770 spectra/s) High throughput...
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XploRA ONE™ Raman Microscope

The XploRA ONE™ offers simplicity in design and operation so that the analyst can focus on the sample measurements and routine analysis that is important, obtaining results not...

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Microscopes

HORIBA Debuts New LabRAM Odyssey Raman Microscope

Fully automated and ideally suited for both micro and macro measurements. Piscataway, NJ May 16, 2023 — HORIBA Scientific, world leader in Raman microscopy, announces the new ...
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Spectroscopy

HORIBA Scientific Announces New Modular Turnkey Systems to Add Spectroscopy to Any Standard Microscope

New SMS Systems Can Perform Raman, PL, EL, Time-resolved PL, Dark Field Scattering, and more Piscataway, NJ HORIBA Scientific, global leader in optical spectroscopy solutions,...
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Spectroscopy

HORIBA Scientific Debuts Two New Micro-XRF Analyzers

Piscataway, NJ March 14, 2023 HORIBA Scientific, global leader in X-ray fluorescence solutions, is proud to announce that we have expanded our XGT-9000 series product line with...

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Detectors & Imaging

Microscope features 300 × 300 mm automated sample stage

The LabRAM Odyssey Semiconductor microscope provides photoluminescence and Raman imaging on wafers up to 300 mm diameter.
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Test & Measurement

Fluorescence analyzers add pulse processing algorithm feature

The XGT-9000 Pro and XGT-9000 Expert fluorescence analyzers have improved detection systems and a patented pulse processing algorithm.
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Executive Forum

Photonics business roundup: February 2022

Business announcements were plentiful in February 2022 for the optics and photonics industry, spanning several application and product markets.
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The inaugural instrument installed in the Horiba showroom is the Horiba GD-Profiler 2 system for glow discharge optical emission spectroscopy (GDOES).
The inaugural instrument installed in the Horiba showroom is the Horiba GD-Profiler 2 system for glow discharge optical emission spectroscopy (GDOES).
The inaugural instrument installed in the Horiba showroom is the Horiba GD-Profiler 2 system for glow discharge optical emission spectroscopy (GDOES).
The inaugural instrument installed in the Horiba showroom is the Horiba GD-Profiler 2 system for glow discharge optical emission spectroscopy (GDOES).
The inaugural instrument installed in the Horiba showroom is the Horiba GD-Profiler 2 system for glow discharge optical emission spectroscopy (GDOES).
Test & Measurement

Horiba Scientific, Covalent Metrology partner to open spectroscopy demo lab

The new demo lab will showcase Horiba Scientific’s spectroscopy solutions, and bolster the companies’ mutual efforts to develop methods for new chemical analysis applications....
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Spectroscopy

Raman spectrometer is configured with deep-cooled CCD camera

The CiCi-Raman-785 spectrometer features an aberration-corrected concave holographic grating configured with a deep-cooled Syncerity CCD camera.
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Spectroscopy

Horiba Scientific spectrofluorometer is lens-free

The Fluorolog-QM all-reflective, modular research spectrofluorometer is lens-free and provides focus at all wavelengths from 180 to 5500 nm.
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Detectors & Imaging

Horiba Scientific Raman microscope features an image-compression algorithm

The LabRAM Soleil multimodal Raman microscope is designed for UV-VIS-NIR imaging.
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Fluorescence

HORIBA Scientific presents 2020 Young Fluorescence Investigator Award

The Young Fluorescence Investigator Award is presented to a researcher who has been nominated by their peers for significant advancements and/or contributions in or using fluorescence...
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RamanFest brings together a number of important luminaries in the field of Raman spectroscopy for technical presentations and networking opportunities.
RamanFest brings together a number of important luminaries in the field of Raman spectroscopy for technical presentations and networking opportunities.
RamanFest brings together a number of important luminaries in the field of Raman spectroscopy for technical presentations and networking opportunities.
RamanFest brings together a number of important luminaries in the field of Raman spectroscopy for technical presentations and networking opportunities.
RamanFest brings together a number of important luminaries in the field of Raman spectroscopy for technical presentations and networking opportunities.
Spectroscopy

HORIBA Scientific and UCI host two-day RamanFest in late June 2020

The focus of this annual International event is on the latest advances in applied Raman spectroscopy.
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FIGURE 1. As seen in this schematic, a confocal laser scanning microscope includes two PMTs for light-sensing.
FIGURE 1. As seen in this schematic, a confocal laser scanning microscope includes two PMTs for light-sensing.
FIGURE 1. As seen in this schematic, a confocal laser scanning microscope includes two PMTs for light-sensing.
FIGURE 1. As seen in this schematic, a confocal laser scanning microscope includes two PMTs for light-sensing.
FIGURE 1. As seen in this schematic, a confocal laser scanning microscope includes two PMTs for light-sensing.
Detectors & Imaging

Photomultiplier tubes are at the forefront of low-light detection

Based on tried-and-true tube technology, PMTs still have, for many applications, low-light performance unmatched by other technologies.

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Spectroscopy

HORIBA Scientific Announces New ASTM Standard Developed By ASTM’s Water Committee (D19)

Introducing a new ASTM standard which uses a more rapid, purely-optical, reagent- and extraction-free, method for Detection of Water-Soluble Petroleum Oils Piscataway, NJ August...
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Spectroscopy

HORIBA Scientific Validates the HORIBA Aqualog® Performance for Pharmaceutical and Industrial Analyses

October 4, 2021 – Piscataway, NJ HORIBA Scientific, a global leader in the production of high-performance spectroscopy systems and solutions, announces it has validated the HORIBA...
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Test & Measurement

Horiba Scientific x-ray analytical microscope measures film thickness

The XGT-9000 x-ray analytical microscope simultaneously performs elemental analysis and optical observation of samples without destroying or contacting them.
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Spectroscopy

Horiba Scientific fixed-grating spectrograph provides signal-to-noise ratio of 1200:1

The Lumetta fixed-grating F/2 spectrograph has a scientific-grade ICCD deep-cooled to -50°C.
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Shown is the new Horiba New Jersey Optical Spectroscopy Center.
Shown is the new Horiba New Jersey Optical Spectroscopy Center.
Shown is the new Horiba New Jersey Optical Spectroscopy Center.
Shown is the new Horiba New Jersey Optical Spectroscopy Center.
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Horiba Scientific completes move, opens new optical spectroscopy center in New Jersey

Horiba announced the relocation of its development and production center for optical analysis and measurement instruments.
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Horiba Scientific moves to larger facility, more space for labs and production

Continued growth has led Horiba Scientific to move to a new location in Piscataway from its Edison, NJ location.
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Spectroscopy

Raman spectrometer from Horiba Scientific has 785 nm excitation wavelength

The AnywhereRaman instrument combines a spectrometer, laser, ball probe, and acquisition computer in one instrument.
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Test & Measurement

Ellipsometer from Horiba Scientific has utility in thin film characterization

The UVISEL Plus is a modular ellipsometer with FastAcq acquisition technology, based on double modulation, for thin film characterization.
Software

Horiba Scientific Raman spectroscopy software characterizes various sample types

EasyNav Raman spectroscopy software has three modules: NavMap, NavSharp, and ViewSharp.
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Software

Water quality software from Horiba Scientific optically analyzes organics in water

The Aqualog and Datastream Dashboard provide optical analysis of organics in water.
Software

X-ray fluorescence software from Horiba Scientific available

X-RAY Lab is new software in the company's MESA-50 EDXRF energy dispersive x-ray fluorescence analyzer.
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FIGURE 1. The spectroscopic method to identify VRE involves treatment of bacteria suspensions with vancomycin, and analysis of the samples after 0, 30, 60, 90, and 120 min using a combined DEP-Raman setup. The bacteria, captured dielectrophoretically in a micrometer-sized area of a chip, are analyzed using Raman spectroscopy; the spectra, projected into a statistical model, reveal whether the pathogens are sensitive (positive vancomycin effect score) or resistant (negative effect score) to vancomycin.
FIGURE 1. The spectroscopic method to identify VRE involves treatment of bacteria suspensions with vancomycin, and analysis of the samples after 0, 30, 60, 90, and 120 min using a combined DEP-Raman setup. The bacteria, captured dielectrophoretically in a micrometer-sized area of a chip, are analyzed using Raman spectroscopy; the spectra, projected into a statistical model, reveal whether the pathogens are sensitive (positive vancomycin effect score) or resistant (negative effect score) to vancomycin.
FIGURE 1. The spectroscopic method to identify VRE involves treatment of bacteria suspensions with vancomycin, and analysis of the samples after 0, 30, 60, 90, and 120 min using a combined DEP-Raman setup. The bacteria, captured dielectrophoretically in a micrometer-sized area of a chip, are analyzed using Raman spectroscopy; the spectra, projected into a statistical model, reveal whether the pathogens are sensitive (positive vancomycin effect score) or resistant (negative effect score) to vancomycin.
FIGURE 1. The spectroscopic method to identify VRE involves treatment of bacteria suspensions with vancomycin, and analysis of the samples after 0, 30, 60, 90, and 120 min using a combined DEP-Raman setup. The bacteria, captured dielectrophoretically in a micrometer-sized area of a chip, are analyzed using Raman spectroscopy; the spectra, projected into a statistical model, reveal whether the pathogens are sensitive (positive vancomycin effect score) or resistant (negative effect score) to vancomycin.
FIGURE 1. The spectroscopic method to identify VRE involves treatment of bacteria suspensions with vancomycin, and analysis of the samples after 0, 30, 60, 90, and 120 min using a combined DEP-Raman setup. The bacteria, captured dielectrophoretically in a micrometer-sized area of a chip, are analyzed using Raman spectroscopy; the spectra, projected into a statistical model, reveal whether the pathogens are sensitive (positive vancomycin effect score) or resistant (negative effect score) to vancomycin.
Spectroscopy

Spectroscopy: Raman spectroscopy advances for biomedical applications

Thanks to its capacity for label-free, nondestructive characterization of biochemistry with sub-micron spatial resolution, Raman spectroscopy offers unique analytical capabilities...
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Spectroscopy

Fluorimeter from Horiba Scientific accommodates up to four excitation sources

The PTI QuantaMaster 8000 modular, research-grade spectrofluorometer has a signal-to-noise ratio of 30,000:1 rms for water Raman.
Software

Horiba Scientific spectrometer software displays all information on one screen

ICP Neo software for the company's spectrometry systems has added a High Dynamic Range Detection System mode.
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Spectroscopy

Plasma profiling instrument from Horiba Scientific analyzes conductive and non-conductive materials

The Plasma Profiling time-of-flight mass spectrometer (PP-TOFMS) provides chemical composition as a function of depth of solid materials.
Detectors & Imaging

Confocal Raman imaging module from Horiba Scientific obtains micron-scale images

The SWIFT v2 ultrafast confocal Raman imaging module is available for the XploRA PLUS and LabRAM Evolution.
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Spectroscopy

Spectroscopy camera from Horiba Scientific for low-light and ultrafast spectroscopy

The Synapse EM deep-cooled, EMCCD scientific camera is available in front- and back-illuminated versions.
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Test & Measurement

Spectroscopy software module from Horiba Scientific is add-on for Raman microscopes

The MultiWell module for the LabSpec 6 Spectroscopy Suite is an add-on for the company’s Raman microscopes equipped with standard x-y stages.
Spectroscopy

Horiba Scientific releases Raman spectroscopy software

The LabSpec 6.3 Raman spectroscopy software platform includes a 3D surface and volume display module.
FIGURE 1. The shape of Horiba's iHR550 imaging spectrometer is dictated by its requirements.
FIGURE 1. The shape of Horiba's iHR550 imaging spectrometer is dictated by its requirements.
FIGURE 1. The shape of Horiba's iHR550 imaging spectrometer is dictated by its requirements.
FIGURE 1. The shape of Horiba's iHR550 imaging spectrometer is dictated by its requirements.
FIGURE 1. The shape of Horiba's iHR550 imaging spectrometer is dictated by its requirements.
Bioimaging

SPECTRAL IMAGING: Imaging spectrometers look at life in two ways

Spectral imaging is finding more and more applications in life sciences, from noninvasive disease diagnosis to food processing. Various imaging spectrometers make those applications...
Spectroscopy

Horiba Scientific releases spectroscopy software

The ParticleFinder module for the LabSpec 6 Spectroscopy Suite locates and identifies particulates for automated molecular analysis.
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Spectroscopy

Mini spectrometer from Horiba Scientific provides 500:1 signal-to-noise ratio

The VS7000-CCD-HS high-speed mini CCD spectrometer is designed for industrial low-light applications such as fluorescence, emission, absorbance, and reflectance.
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Raman spectrometers, such as the NanoRam handheld spectrometer, require little to no sample prep for applications like drug identification or antioxidant measurement in skin.
Raman spectrometers, such as the NanoRam handheld spectrometer, require little to no sample prep for applications like drug identification or antioxidant measurement in skin.
Raman spectrometers, such as the NanoRam handheld spectrometer, require little to no sample prep for applications like drug identification or antioxidant measurement in skin.
Raman spectrometers, such as the NanoRam handheld spectrometer, require little to no sample prep for applications like drug identification or antioxidant measurement in skin.
Raman spectrometers, such as the NanoRam handheld spectrometer, require little to no sample prep for applications like drug identification or antioxidant measurement in skin.
Fluorescence

PRODUCT FOCUS: Spectrometers

Spectrometers—instruments that measure light intensity or polarization across a specific segment of the electromagnetic spectrum to analyze and identify chemical composition—range...
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Miniature spectrometer from Horiba Scientific for industrial low-light applications

The VS-7000+ mini CCD spectrometer features an uncooled, back-thinned charge-coupled device (CCD) with a deep full well and a USB 2.0 interface.
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For the first time, a supercontinuum laser from NKT Photonics has been integrated into a commercial spectrofluorometer to be offered by HORIBA Scientific.
For the first time, a supercontinuum laser from NKT Photonics has been integrated into a commercial spectrofluorometer to be offered by HORIBA Scientific.
For the first time, a supercontinuum laser from NKT Photonics has been integrated into a commercial spectrofluorometer to be offered by HORIBA Scientific.
For the first time, a supercontinuum laser from NKT Photonics has been integrated into a commercial spectrofluorometer to be offered by HORIBA Scientific.
For the first time, a supercontinuum laser from NKT Photonics has been integrated into a commercial spectrofluorometer to be offered by HORIBA Scientific.
Spectroscopy

First commercial supercontinuum-based spectrofluorometers launched by NKT and HORIBA

Edison, NJ and Birkerod, Denmark--HORIBA Scientific has integrated supercontinuum lasers from NKT Photonics into its line of spectrofluorometers.
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Detectors & Imaging

Horiba Scientific fluorescence measurement instrument features a TE-cooled CCD

The new Aqualog measures CDOM (colored dissolved organic matter) in water.
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In the SHI camera, a raw image (a) consists of a zero-order image that replicates the original scene surrounded by several higher diffraction orders in both directions that contain all the spatial and spectral information in the scene. The 'data cube' or hypercube (b) is generated by software reconstruction using the image in (a) as the input.
In the SHI camera, a raw image (a) consists of a zero-order image that replicates the original scene surrounded by several higher diffraction orders in both directions that contain all the spatial and spectral information in the scene. The 'data cube' or hypercube (b) is generated by software reconstruction using the image in (a) as the input.
In the SHI camera, a raw image (a) consists of a zero-order image that replicates the original scene surrounded by several higher diffraction orders in both directions that contain all the spatial and spectral information in the scene. The 'data cube' or hypercube (b) is generated by software reconstruction using the image in (a) as the input.
In the SHI camera, a raw image (a) consists of a zero-order image that replicates the original scene surrounded by several higher diffraction orders in both directions that contain all the spatial and spectral information in the scene. The 'data cube' or hypercube (b) is generated by software reconstruction using the image in (a) as the input.
In the SHI camera, a raw image (a) consists of a zero-order image that replicates the original scene surrounded by several higher diffraction orders in both directions that contain all the spatial and spectral information in the scene. The 'data cube' or hypercube (b) is generated by software reconstruction using the image in (a) as the input.
Detectors & Imaging

HYPERSPECTRAL IMAGING: One-shot camera obtains simultaneous hyperspectral data

Commercially available spectral imaging systems capture the intensity information from a scene and display it as a digital image (with x and y spatial coordinates), while also...
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FIGURE 1. The RockHound Raman spectrometer brings spectral mineral analysis to the field. A database stores the spectral signatures of common minerals encountered by geologists.
FIGURE 1. The RockHound Raman spectrometer brings spectral mineral analysis to the field. A database stores the spectral signatures of common minerals encountered by geologists.
FIGURE 1. The RockHound Raman spectrometer brings spectral mineral analysis to the field. A database stores the spectral signatures of common minerals encountered by geologists.
FIGURE 1. The RockHound Raman spectrometer brings spectral mineral analysis to the field. A database stores the spectral signatures of common minerals encountered by geologists.
FIGURE 1. The RockHound Raman spectrometer brings spectral mineral analysis to the field. A database stores the spectral signatures of common minerals encountered by geologists.
Test & Measurement

PHOTONICS APPLIED: HANDHELD SPECTROMETERS: Spectrometer miniaturization redefines real-time sensing

Miniaturization of light sources and optical components has shrunk the spectrometer into a portable, handheld form factor that allows the spectrometer to leave the lab and enter...