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Hybrid Steady-State and Lifetime Spectrofluorometers
HORIBA Scientific's hybrid spectrofluorometers combine the best of both worlds: our hybrid instruments perform both steady-state and TCSPC lifetime fluorescence spectroscopy with the highest sensitivity and fast time resolution.
TCSPC offers the ultimate in precision and sensitivity inherent in photon-counting techniques. Upgrades are available for your steady-state fluorometer to make it into a high performance lifetime system.
See below for our range of Hybrid Fluorescence Systems:
The DeltaTime TCSPC lifetime plug-in offers acquisition speed, flexibility, and affordability unavailable in any other hybrid fluorescence solution available. DeltaTime seamlessly integrates monochromators, polarizers, and other accessories with the widest array of sources (LEDs, laser diodes, supercontinuum lasers) and detectors (including NIR), providing lifetime coverage from 25ps to 1sec over wavelengths spanning the UV to NIR.