Monochromator from Shimadzu has utility in multi-wavelength analysis of individual samples

June 24, 2015
The SPG-120-REV series monochromator uses a stepping motor to directly drive a grating, allowing it to move from a wavelength of 200 to 900 nm in 2 s.

The SPG-120-REV series monochromator uses a stepping motor to directly drive a grating, allowing it to move from a wavelength of 200 to 900 nm in 2 s. It is designed for applications including two-dimensional spectral mapping of solar cell materials and optical devices, and multi-wavelength analysis of individual samples.
Shimadzu
Kyoto, Japan

www.shimadzu.com

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