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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 ...
  • Excitation Source: Laser, Incoherent
  • Grating (Excitation): -- groove/mm
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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 ...
  • Excitation Source: Laser, Incoherent
  • Grating (Excitation): -- groove/mm
  • Blaze (Excitation Grating): -- nm
  • Grating (Emission): -- groove/mm
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The new Delta series of fluorescence TCSPC lifetime systems are the fastest, most flexible, and most affordable lifetime solutions available. The Delta series includes the DeltaPro, the very affordable and simple to use filter-based lifetime system with performance that rivals most high end systems. For the ultimate flexibility and ...
  • Excitation Source: Laser, Incoherent
  • Grating (Excitation): -- groove/mm
  • Blaze (Excitation Grating): -- nm
  • Grating (Emission): -- groove/mm
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The new Delta series of fluorescence TCSPC lifetime systems are the fastest, most flexible, and most affordable lifetime solutions available. The Delta series includes the DeltaPro, the very affordable and simple to use filter-based lifetime system with performance that rivals most high end systems. For the ultimate flexibility and ...
  • Excitation Source: Laser, Incoherent
  • Grating (Excitation): -- groove/mm
  • Blaze (Excitation Grating): -- nm
  • Grating (Emission): -- groove/mm
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 The QuantaMaster 8000 series steady state spectrofluorometers are the most sensitive bench-top fluorometers on the market today. With signal to noise of >30,000:1, they allow the most minute traces of fluorescent materials to be detected and identified in samples. They feature state-of-the-art high throughput monochromators ...
  • Excitation Source: Incoherent
  • Grating (Excitation): 1200 groove/mm
  • Blaze (Excitation Grating): 300 nm
  • Grating (Emission): 1200 groove/mm
  • Blaze (Emission Grating): 400 nm
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HORIBA Nanolog
HORIBA Scientific
The Nanolog® series of spectrofluorometers are specifically designed for research in nanotechnology and the frontiers of nanomaterials. Based on the world-wide proven technology of the FluoroLog®, the NanoLog® detects fluorescence in the near-IR from 800 to 1700 nm (optional multi-channel detection to 2 µm, ...
  • Excitation Source: Incoherent
  • Grating (Excitation): 1200 groove/mm
  • Blaze (Excitation Grating): 500 nm
  • Grating (Emission): 600 groove/mm
  • Blaze (Emission Grating): 1000 nm
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The FluoroMax series represents HORIBA\'s industry-leading spectrofluorometer performance in a convenient, affordable, easy to use bench-top model. The FluoroMax family, with its unique all reflective optics and photon counting, was the first to bring the sensitivity of a modular fluorometer to a tabletop unit.
  • Excitation Source: Incoherent
  • Grating (Excitation): 1200 groove/mm
  • Blaze (Excitation Grating): 330 nm
  • Grating (Emission): 1200 groove/mm
  • Blaze (Emission Grating): 500 nm
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The Fluorolog®-3 is a unique, modular system which allows the researcher to interchange a versatile range of accessories to correspond perfectly with the characteristics of a given sample. From analysis of steady-state or molecular dynamics to IR probes, the Fluorolog®-3 comes equipped with a wide range and limitless ...
  • Excitation Source: Incoherent
  • Grating (Excitation): 1200 groove/mm
  • Blaze (Excitation Grating): 330 nm
  • Grating (Emission): 1200 groove/mm
  • Blaze (Emission Grating): 500 nm
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HORIBA Dual-FL
HORIBA Scientific
The new Dual-FL is the only instrument to simultaneously measure both absorbance spectra and fluorescence Excitation-Emission Matrices. EEMs are acquired up to 100 times faster than with other instruments. Dedicated software automates correction of inner-filter effects and Rayleigh and Raman scattering lines, enabling ...
  • Excitation Source: Incoherent
  • Grating (Excitation): 1200 groove/mm
  • Blaze (Excitation Grating): 250 nm
  • Grating (Emission): 285 groove/mm
  • Blaze (Emission Grating): 350 nm
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The new Aqualog is the only instrument to simultaneously measure both absorbance spectra and fluorescence Excitation-Emission Matrices. EEMs are acquired up to 100 times faster than with other instruments. Dedicated software automates traceable Quinine Sulfate Unit calibration and correction of inner-filter effects and Rayleigh and ...
  • Excitation Source: Incoherent
  • Grating (Excitation): 1200 groove/mm
  • Blaze (Excitation Grating): 250 nm
  • Grating (Emission): 405 groove/mm
  • Blaze (Emission Grating): 250 nm
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Did You know?

Fluorescence spectroscopy is a technique that analyses the emitted fluorescence from a sample that has been excited by a beam of light (usually UV). The emitted light – the fluorescence – contains spectral information on the molecular vibrations of the studied sample. Generally, two types of instruments are currently available on market – filter fluorometers and spectrofluorometer. Filter Fluorometers contain an optical filtration system to filter out the excitation beam to allow high-sensitivity detection of the fluorescent light. In contrast, spectrofluorometers usually contain gratings based monochromator systems to isolate the incident excitation beam. Advances in the sensitivity of detection have recently allowed adapting this technique at microscopic levels for the study of biochemical and biophysical properties of cells by combining microscopy and fluorescence spectroscopy into a new technique called microfluorimetry.