NIR imaging spectrograph

Jan. 1, 1998
The ImSpector N17 near-IR imaging spectrograph covers a range from 900 to 1750 nm. The device uses a patented direct-sight transmission grating and AR-coated optics to provide high optical throughput. The instrument is available with either a C-mount for lens coupling or with a fiberoptic adapter. The device fits directly on most commercial InGaAs cameras. Spectral dispersion is 121 nm/mm with 10-nm spectral resolution.

NIR imaging spectrograph

The ImSpector N17 near-IR imaging spectrograph covers a range from 900 to 1750 nm. The device uses a patented direct-sight transmission grating and AR-coated optics to provide high optical throughput. The instrument is available with either a C-mount for lens coupling or with a fiberoptic adapter. The device fits directly on most commercial InGaAs cameras. Spectral dispersion is 121 nm/mm with 10-nm spectral resolution.

PixelVision, Beaverton, OR

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