|New Plane Grating Spectrometers for the NIR Range from Carl Zeiss||Downloads and Links|
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|JENA/Germany, SAN JOSE/California/USA, 21.01.2005. Under the slogan “Ultimate Performance“, Carl Zeiss is premiering its new plane grating spectrometers (PGS) for the NIR region for the first time at the Photonic West from January 25 – 27, 2005.|
This means that new members are being added to the family of spectral sensors from Carl Zeiss this year. In addition to the proven MCS (Multi Channel Spectrometer) and the MMS (Monolithic Miniature Spectrometer) modules with Si photodiode array receivers and CCD detectors, Carl Zeiss is now devoting its attention to a new generation of InGaA diode array spectrometers for the near infrared (NIR).
The outstanding feature of the modules is their special combination of collimator and focusing lens with a plane grating. Like the MMS and MCS modules, all units are permanently adhered together and are hence thermally stable, very robust and compact. They offer excellent wavelength stability and superb wavelength accuracy. The PGS modules can be used for all applications in the NIR region. Due to their high resolution, they are of interest for layer thickness measurements on thick layers in the field of semiconductors. A further benefit of the new plane grating spectrometers for the NIR region is their good price/performance ratio.
The new PGS module is available in two versions:
PGS 1.7 for the wavelength range from 960 nm to 1690 nm,
InGaAs detector with 512 pixels, resolution 5 nm,
PGS 2.2 for the wavelength range from 1100 nm to 2200 nm,
InGaAs detector with 256 pixels, resolution 11 nm.
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Photo: The NIR-PGS 1.7 and NIR-PGS 2.2 plane grating spectrometers for the NIR region from Carl Zeiss.
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