HORIBA's PR-PD2 Particle Detection System

High sensitive particle detection down to 0.35µm.

SC-FM2 SceneScope

SC-FM2 UNIQUE High Resolution Option with modified 35mm camera with intensifier attachment on Top (in place of prism), UV Quartz optics. Ability to mount the 78mm lens on FM Nikon camera and view live the UV image in the...

SceneScope RUVIS

The SceneScope imager uses intensified UV reflectance instead of fluorescence as in Forensic Light Sources.

SpectrAcq2

The SpectrAcq2 is not just another readout system - it's a compact, high speed, high performance spectral data acquisition controller designed for advanced spectroscopy and light measurement applications.

Immersion Pro Probe

A range of fiber optic coupled Raman probe heads for remote analysis. Suitable for immersion and high temperature/pressure conditions.

Symphony II CCD Detectors

The Symphony® II line of CCD detectors is a family of array detectors from HORIBA Scientific, the world leader in optical spectroscopy. Because of their unique combination of outstanding sensitivity, high speed, low noise, ruggedness and durability, all in compact and economical packages, these array detectors have totally revolutionized spectroscopic detection with the ultimate performance for a wide range of spectroscopic applications.

Synapse CCD and EMCCD Cameras

Synapse CCD and EMCCD is the complete solution for modern spectroscopic measurements from simple absorbance to the most difficult Raman or photoluminescence measurements.

TAPPS is a complete pump/probe transient absorption system designed to assist scientists in understanding the deactivation dynamics of excited states.

TENSEC

SEM and Optical Microscopes are important instruments for the research, development and Q/C of materials. Up to now, the preparation needed to get a true sample surface requires high-level technical know-how and many hours.

By using TENSEC, anyone can prepare a surface in just 10 seconds (the World’s first).

Transmission Raman Accessory

True bulk analysis via transmission Raman