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Where to Buy Spectrometers

Optical spectrometers are instruments which can be used for investigating wavelength-dependent properties of light, substances or objects. The term includes spectrographs for measuring optical spectra, spectrophotometers for measuring wavelength-dependent optical properties of samples, and other devices.

More general products: optical metrology equipment

More specific products: imaging spectrometers, mid-infrared spectrometers

Related products: spectrophotometers, monochromators, wavemeters

Related product category: detectors and measurements

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Related articles: optical spectrum, diffraction gratings, Fabry–Perot interferometers, wavemeters, spectral phase interferometry

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CNI Laser

No. 888 Jinhu Road
High-tech Zone, Changchun 130103
China
web link www.cnilaser.com
E-mail:
ISO 9001:2015
spectrometers

CNI offers fiber-optic spectrometers, multi-channel spectrometers and some spectroscopy systems like a LIBS system, Raman spectrum systems and others which are widely used in spectroscopy applications.


NLIR

Hirsemarken 1
3520 Farum
Denmark
spectrometers

The S2050 2–5 µm fiber spectrometer has a unique combination of a super-fast full spectra acquisition rate of up to 130 kHz, an ultra-sensitive minimum detection power of 5 pW/nm and a resolution of 6 cm−1.

We also offer the S76120 prototype spectrometer for measurement of 7.6–12.0 µm mid-infrared light.

Our spectrometers are based upon a new measuring paradigm where mid-infrared light is converted into visual light and then measured with conventional visual grating spectrometer technology.


Do you have a femtosecond?

Light Conversion, UAB

Keramiku 2B
10233 Vilnius
Lithuania
web link lightcon.com

E-mail:
(See the company profile page for additional contact information.)
ISO 9001:2015
spectrometers

The HARPIA spectroscopy systems perform a variety of sophisticated time-resolved measurements in a compact footprint. The HARPIA-TA is a transient absorption spectroscopy system extendable with time-resolved fluorescence, microscopy, and other modules. The HARPIA-TG is a novel transient grating system for carrier diffusion and lifetime measurement. For a single-supplier solution, the HARPIA systems are combined with a PHAROS or a CARBIDE laser together with ORPHEUS series or I-OPA series of OPAs.


The Future Depends on Optics

Edmund Optics

101 East Gloucester Pike
Barrington, NJ 08007
United States
web link www.edmundoptics.com

E-mail:
spectrometers

Edmund Optics offers a wide variety of spectrometers, including spectrometers that have been optimized for Raman or fluorescence spectroscopy. Raman spectrometers are ideal for Raman applications in the visible to the near infrared. The fluorescence spectrometers are ideal for use in low light fluorescence applications where the ability to detect weak signals is crucial for proper measurement. Additionally, fluorescence spectrometers feature broadband spectral response ranges for detecting wide wavelength bands along with a wide slit width for increased throughput.


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Femto Easy

Batiment Gienah, Cite de la Photonique
11 avenue de Canteranne
33600 Pessac
France
web link www.femtoeasy.eu
E-mail:
spectrometers

The MISS (Mini Imaging Spatial Spectrometer) is an innovative imaging spectrometer for ultrashort pulse characterization. It provides optical spectra with spatial resolution in one direction of a laser beam, thus allowing for vertical and horizontal spatial chirp measurements. Both free-space and fiber input versions are available.


YOUR KEY to innovation and success

UltraFast Innovations GmbH

Dieselstr. 5
85748 Garching (München)
Germany
web link www.ultrafast-innovations.com

E-mail:
spectrometers

Our EVEREST soft X-ray / XUV / VUV spectrograph features aberration-corrected flat-field imaging and is available with three gratings covering the spectral ranges 1–17 nm (1240–73 eV), 5–80 nm (248–15.5 eV) and 24–200 nm (51.7–6.2 eV). In order to maximize light collection, the spectrometer can be used without an entrance slit over a variety of source distances, with 3–17 nm, 10–80 nm and 24–200 nm spectral coverage. Its modular design is able to match different experimental geometries and configurations. It features an integrated slit holder, gate valve and filter insertion unit, as well as 3-axis motorized grating positioning.


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GWU-Lasertechnik Vertriebsges. mbH

Bonner Ring 9
50374 Erftstadt
Germany
web link gwu-lasertechnik.de

E-mail:
ISO 9001
spectrometers

GWU's portfolio of CCD-based spectrometers provides a great variety of features to fulfill nearly any requirement of versatile applications. The detection range covers the UV to near-infrared spectrum and even reaches out to the mid-infrared at 2.6 µm. Models with tiny footprint, e.g. for wavelength monitoring in OEM applications, as well as thermo-electric (TE) cooled devices with high resolution, high sensitivity and ultra-low noise for weak-light applications, such as fluorescence sensing or Raman analysis, are offered.


LightMachinery

80 Colonnade Rd. North, Unit 1
Nepean, Ontario K2E 7L2
Canada
ISO 9001:2015
spectrometers

LightMachinery's spectrometers are setting the new standard for range, resolution, cost and size. The HyperFine HF series spectrometer is designed for LIBS or simultaneous Brillouin and Raman spectroscopy. With 1 pm resolution in a small package size it offers an affordable approach to advanced spectroscopic applications. The Hyperfine HN Series spectrometer is a smaller version with about 25-pm resolution anywhere in the UV, visible and NIR wavelength ranges. The Hyperfine HN is ideal for characterizing light sources such as laser spectra in real time.


The Standard of Accuracy

HighFinesse GmbH

Wöhrdstraße 4
72072 Tübingen
Germany
web link www.highfinesse.com
E-mail:
spectrometers

The grating-based HighFinesse/ Ångstrom’ spectrometers offer the capability for a very accurate simultaneous measurement of both wavelength and linewidth of laser sources. With a resolving power up to 40000 and a measurement speed up to 500 MHz, the product series covers the range from 192 nm to 11000 nm, allowing measurements of both pulsed and cw lasers. The grating based technology enables the analysis of laser sources over a large linewidth range. Connected to the PC via USB, after a simple software installation the spectrometers are ready for use.


APE Angewandte Physik und Elektronik GmbH

Plauener Straße 163–165 / Haus N
13053 Berlin
Germany
web link www.ape-berlin.de

E-mail:
spectrometers

The waveScan spectrometer by APE is a compact and cost-efficient optical spectrometer for characterizing light sources, e.g. ultrafast as well as cw laser systems. The waveScan device family cover the spectral range from 200 nm to 6300 nm and allows also the characterization of low-repetition rate lasers down to 100 Hz. The rotating grating technology achieves high resolution measurements at a 5 Hz spectral measurement rates. This makes waveScan an ideal real-time alignment tool for laser systems.


Thorlabs

43 Sparta Avenue
Newton, NJ 07860
United States
web link www.thorlabs.com

E-mail:
spectrometers

Thorlabs spectrometer development and manufacturing capabilities cover a wide range of wavelengths and applications. The compact grating-based Czerny–Turner spectrometers are fiber compatible and available for three different wavelength ranges. For applications that require higher spectral resolution, our optical spectrum analyzers employ a Michelson interferometric design compatible with fiber-coupled and free-space light sources that can be used in spectrometer or even wavelength meter mode. They are complemented by Fabry–Perot interferometers that allow users to examine the fine spectral characteristics of e.g., CW lasers. In contrast, our holographic grating spectrometer is designed for integration into OCT systems and provides high measurement speed. For our unique Raman spectrograph, we use a coded aperture technology with exceptionally large étendue.


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Aerodyne Research, Inc.

45 Manning Road
Billerica, MA 01821–3976
United States

B&W Tek, Inc.

19 Shea Way
Newark, DE 19713
United States
www.bwtek.com
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BaySpec Inc.

1101 McKay Drive
San Jose, CA 95131
United States

Block Engineering

377 Simarano Drive
Marlborough, MA 01752
United States

Bruker Corporation

40 Manning Road
Billerica, MA 01821
United States

Cole-Parmer Instrument Cmopany, LLC

625 East Bunker Ct
Vernon Hills, IL 60061
United States

CRAIC Technologies, Inc.

948 N. Amelia Ave.
San Dimas, CA 91773
United States

Data Optics Inc.

115 Holmes Rd.
Ypsilanti, MI 48198–3020
United States

Del Mar Photonics, Inc.

4119 Twilight Ridge
San Diego, CA 92130
United States

DialAct Corporation

111 Elko Dr., Suite D
Sunnyvale, CA 94089
United States
www.dialactcorp.com
E-mail:

The Future Depends on Optics

Edmund Optics

101 East Gloucester Pike
Barrington, NJ 08007
United States
web link www.edmundoptics.com

E-mail:
spectrometers

Edmund Optics offers a wide variety of spectrometers, including spectrometers that have been optimized for Raman or fluorescence spectroscopy. Raman spectrometers are ideal for Raman applications in the visible to the near infrared. The fluorescence spectrometers are ideal for use in low light fluorescence applications where the ability to detect weak signals is crucial for proper measurement. Additionally, fluorescence spectrometers feature broadband spectral response ranges for detecting wide wavelength bands along with a wide slit width for increased throughput.


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Flash Photonics

8060 Bryan Dairy Rd.
Largo, FL 33777
United States

Galaxy Scientific

14 Celina Ave., Unit 17
Nashua, NH 03063
United States

Gamma Scientific

9925 Carroll Canyon Rd.
San Diego, CA 92131
United States

Headwall Photonics

580 Main Street
Bolton, MA 01740
United States

HORIBA Scientific

3880 Park Avenue
Edison NJ 08820–3097
United States

Market Tech, Inc.

340 El Pueblo Rd Suite C
Scotts Valley, CA 95066
United States

McPherson

7-A Stuart Road
Chelmsford, MA 01824–4107
United States
www.mcphersoninc.com
E-mail:

Microtech Instruments, Inc.

858 West Park Street
Eugene, OR 97401
United States

New Span Opto-Technology Inc

16115 SW 117th Ave., #A-15
Miami, FL 33177
United States

Ocean Insight

3500 Quadrangle Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32817
United States

PEAK Instruments Inc

16223 Park Row, Suite #105
Houston, TX 77084
United States

PerkinElmer

940 Winter Street
Waltham
Massachusetts 02451
United States

PhaseTech Spectroscopy, Inc.

2810 Crossroads Drive, Suite 4000
Madison, WI 53718
United States
phasetechspectroscopy.com
E-mail:

Photon Systems

1512 Industrial Park St.
Covina, CA 91722–3417
United States

Princeton Instruments

3660 Quakerbridge Road
Trenton, NJ 08619
United States

Spectra Solutions Inc.

1502 Providence Highway, Unit 2
Norwood, MA 02062
United States

Spectral Energies

4065 Executive Dr.
Beavercreek, OH 45430
United States

Spectral Evolution

6 Parkridge Road
Suite 104
Haverhill, MA 01835
United States
spectralevolution.com
E-mail:

Spectral Products

111 Highland Drive
Putnam, CT 06260
United States
www.spectralproducts.com
E-mail:

Spectrecology

8719 Orient Way NE
St Petersburg
FL 33702
United States

Spectrolight, Inc.

19800 MacArthur Blvd. Suite 300
Irvin, CA 92612
United States
www.spectrolightinc.com
E-mail:

Spectrum Scientific, Inc. (SSI)

16692 Hale Avenue STE A
Irvine, CA 92606
United States
ssioptics.com
E-mail:

Stanford Photo-Thermal Solutions

13–3547 Maile Street
Pahoa, HI 96778
United States
stan-pts.com
E-mail:

StellarNet, Inc.

14390 Carlson Circle
Tampa, Florida 33626
United States

Teledyne Princeton Instruments

3660 Quakerbridge Road
Trenton, NJ 08619
United States

Thermo Fisher Scientific

168 Third Avenue
Waltham, MA 02451
United States

Thorlabs

43 Sparta Avenue
Newton, NJ 07860
United States
web link www.thorlabs.com

E-mail:
spectrometers

Thorlabs spectrometer development and manufacturing capabilities cover a wide range of wavelengths and applications. The compact grating-based Czerny–Turner spectrometers are fiber compatible and available for three different wavelength ranges. For applications that require higher spectral resolution, our optical spectrum analyzers employ a Michelson interferometric design compatible with fiber-coupled and free-space light sources that can be used in spectrometer or even wavelength meter mode. They are complemented by Fabry–Perot interferometers that allow users to examine the fine spectral characteristics of e.g., CW lasers. In contrast, our holographic grating spectrometer is designed for integration into OCT systems and provides high measurement speed. For our unique Raman spectrograph, we use a coded aperture technology with exceptionally large étendue.


TSI Incorporated

500 Cardigan Road
Shoreview, MN 55126
United States

Ultrafast Systems

8330 Consumer Ct.
Sarasota, FL 34240
United States
ultrafastsystems.com
E-mail:
From America:

Allied Scientific Pro

815 Carriere Blvd, suite 202
Gatineau, QC, J*Y6T4
Canada
alliedscientificpro.com
E-mail:

Delta Photonics

A6–2285 St. Laurent Blvd.
Ottawa, ON, K1G 4Z4
Canada

JASCO

28600 Mary’s Court
Easton, MD 21601
United States

LightMachinery

80 Colonnade Rd. North, Unit 1
Nepean, Ontario K2E 7L2
Canada
ISO 9001:2015
spectrometers

LightMachinery's spectrometers are setting the new standard for range, resolution, cost and size. The HyperFine HF series spectrometer is designed for LIBS or simultaneous Brillouin and Raman spectroscopy. With 1 pm resolution in a small package size it offers an affordable approach to advanced spectroscopic applications. The Hyperfine HN Series spectrometer is a smaller version with about 25-pm resolution anywhere in the UV, visible and NIR wavelength ranges. The Hyperfine HN is ideal for characterizing light sources such as laser spectra in real time.


Luxmux Technology Corporation

120, 3510 – 29th Street NE
Calgary, AB, T1Y 7E5
Canada
www.luxmux.com
E-mail:

Photon etc. Inc.

5795 De Gaspe Avenue
Montreal, QC, H2S 2X3
Canada
www.photonetc.com
E-mail:

Sciencetech Inc.

1450 Global Drive
London, Ontario
Canada
www.sciencetech-inc.com
E-mail:

Westboro Photonics

1505 Carling Avenue, Suite 301
Ottawa, Ontario K1Z 7L9
Canada
www.wphotonics.com
E-mail:
Outside America:

Accurion GmbH

Stresemannstrasse 30
37079 Göttingen
Germany

Acexon

21 Bukit Batok Cescent
#20–83 WCEGA Tower
Singapore 658065

Admesy BV

Sleestraat 3
6014 CA Ittervoort
Netherlands

ALPhANOV

Centre Technologique Optique et Lasers
Institut d'Optique d'Aquitaine
Rue François Mitterrand
33400 Talence
France

Andor Technology

7 Millennium Way
Springvale Business Park
Belfast BT12 7AL
United Kingdom

APE Angewandte Physik und Elektronik GmbH

Plauener Straße 163–165 / Haus N
13053 Berlin
Germany
web link www.ape-berlin.de

E-mail:
spectrometers

The waveScan spectrometer by APE is a compact and cost-efficient optical spectrometer for characterizing light sources, e.g. ultrafast as well as cw laser systems. The waveScan device family cover the spectral range from 200 nm to 6300 nm and allows also the characterization of low-repetition rate lasers down to 100 Hz. The rotating grating technology achieves high resolution measurements at a 5 Hz spectral measurement rates. This makes waveScan an ideal real-time alignment tool for laser systems.


Avantes B. V.

Oude Apeldoornseweg 28
7333 NS Apeldoorn
Netherlands

Avesta Ltd.

P. N. Lebedev Physical Institute
11 Fizicheskaya Street
108840 Troitsk, Moscow
Russian Federation

Beijing Rofea Optoelectronics Co., Ltd.

No. 3, Jinxing West Rd
Daxing District, Beijing
China
www.bjrofoc.com
E-mail:

Bentham Instruments, Ltd.

2 Boulton Road
Reading, Berkshire RG2 0NH
United Kingdom
www.bentham.co.uk
E-mail:

CDP Corp.

Kosygina 5, 266–2
119334 Moscow
Russian Federation
www.cdpsystems.com
E-mail:

CNI Laser

No. 888 Jinhu Road
High-tech Zone, Changchun 130103
China
web link www.cnilaser.com
E-mail:
ISO 9001:2015
spectrometers

CNI offers fiber-optic spectrometers, multi-channel spectrometers and some spectroscopy systems like a LIBS system, Raman spectrum systems and others which are widely used in spectroscopy applications.


ColVisTec

Max-Planck-Str. 3
12489 Berlin-Adlershof
Germany
www.colvistec.de
E-mail:

Deep Photonics

Plot-1054/18 Near Old S.D.M. Court
Railway Road, Hansi-125033 (Hisar)
Haryana
India

Edinburgh Instruments Ltd.

2 Bain Square
Kirkton Campus
Livingston EH54 7DQ
United Kingdom

EQ Photonics GmbH

Obere Hauptstr. 30
85386 Eching
Germany
www.eqphotonics.de
E-mail:

EuroLase

Profsoyuznaya, 93-A, 404
117279, Moscow
Russia

Fastlite

Pôle Euro 95 – Bâtiment D
165 rue des Cistes
06600 Antibes
France
www.fastlite.com
E-mail:

Femto Easy

Batiment Gienah, Cite de la Photonique
11 avenue de Canteranne
33600 Pessac
France
web link www.femtoeasy.eu
E-mail:
spectrometers

The MISS (Mini Imaging Spatial Spectrometer) is an innovative imaging spectrometer for ultrashort pulse characterization. It provides optical spectra with spatial resolution in one direction of a laser beam, thus allowing for vertical and horizontal spatial chirp measurements. Both free-space and fiber input versions are available.


FiSens GmbH

Salzdahlumer Str. 196
38126 Braunschweig
Germany
fisens.com
E-mail:

Fringoe Pte Ltd

1 Kaki Bukit Road 1
#03–09
Singapore 415934
fringoe.com/products
E-mail:

GMP SA, Büro Zürich

Dübendorfstr. 11a
8117 Fällanden
Switzerland

GoyaLab

Institut d’Optique d’Aquitaine
Rue François Mitterand
33400 Talence
France
www.goyalab.com
E-mail:

Change the Color of Light to Expand your Possibilities!

GWU-Lasertechnik Vertriebsges. mbH

Bonner Ring 9
50374 Erftstadt
Germany
web link gwu-lasertechnik.de

E-mail:
ISO 9001
spectrometers

GWU's portfolio of CCD-based spectrometers provides a great variety of features to fulfill nearly any requirement of versatile applications. The detection range covers the UV to near-infrared spectrum and even reaches out to the mid-infrared at 2.6 µm. Models with tiny footprint, e.g. for wavelength monitoring in OEM applications, as well as thermo-electric (TE) cooled devices with high resolution, high sensitivity and ultra-low noise for weak-light applications, such as fluorescence sensing or Raman analysis, are offered.


Hamamatsu Photonics

325–6, Sunayama-cho, Naka-ku
Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Pref., 430–8587
Japan

The Standard of Accuracy

HighFinesse GmbH

Wöhrdstraße 4
72072 Tübingen
Germany
web link www.highfinesse.com
E-mail:
spectrometers

The grating-based HighFinesse/ Ångstrom’ spectrometers offer the capability for a very accurate simultaneous measurement of both wavelength and linewidth of laser sources. With a resolving power up to 40000 and a measurement speed up to 500 MHz, the product series covers the range from 192 nm to 11000 nm, allowing measurements of both pulsed and cw lasers. The grating based technology enables the analysis of laser sources over a large linewidth range. Connected to the PC via USB, after a simple software installation the spectrometers are ready for use.


HP Spectroscopy GmbH

Forggenseestrasse 25
68219 Mannheim
Germany
www.hp-spectroscopy.com
E-mail:

Ibsen Photonics A/S

Ryttermarken 17
3520 Farum
Denmark
ibsen.com
E-mail:

IL Photonics

511 Hashita
9955256 Beit Shemesh
Israel
www.ILPhotonics.com
E-mail:

Instrument Systems GmbH

Neumarkter Straße 83
81673 München
Germany

IRsweep AG

Laubisrütistrasse 44
8712 Stäfa
Switzerland
www.irsweep.com
E-mail:

IS-Instruments Ltd.

220 Vale Road
Tonbridge, Kent TN9 1SP
United Kingdom

Lahat Technologies Ltd

17 Atir Yeda Street
Kfar Saba, 4464313
Israel
lahat.com
E-mail:

Lambert Instruments BV

5th floor, Leonard Springerlaan 19
9727KB Groningen
Netherlands

Lastek Pty Ltd

10 Reid St
Thebarton SA 5031
Australia

LED Microsensor NT, LLC.

Kurchatova str., 10, A, 1N
194223, Saint-Petersburg
Russian Federation
lmsnt.com
E-mail:

Do you have a femtosecond?

Light Conversion, UAB

Keramiku 2B
10233 Vilnius
Lithuania
web link lightcon.com

E-mail:
(See the company profile page for additional contact information.)
ISO 9001:2015
spectrometers

The HARPIA spectroscopy systems perform a variety of sophisticated time-resolved measurements in a compact footprint. The HARPIA-TA is a transient absorption spectroscopy system extendable with time-resolved fluorescence, microscopy, and other modules. The HARPIA-TG is a novel transient grating system for carrier diffusion and lifetime measurement. For a single-supplier solution, the HARPIA systems are combined with a PHAROS or a CARBIDE laser together with ORPHEUS series or I-OPA series of OPAs.


LS Instruments

Passage du Cardinal 1
1700 Fribourg
Switzerland

LTB Lasertechnik Berlin GmbH

Am Studio 2c
12489 Berlin
Germany

MantiSpectra

hub Alpha 2.20 Het Eeuwsel 57
5612 AS Eindhoven
Netherlands

Metrohm AG

Ionenstrasse
9100 Herisau
Switzerland

Metrolux optische Messtechnik

Bertha-von-Suttner Strasse 5
37085 Göttingen
Germany

Monospektra

Sauletekio ave. 15, LT-10224 Vilnius

Nanobase, Inc.

#1406–1, 196 Gasan-digital-1-ro
Geumcheon-gu
Seoul 08502
South Korea
www.nanobase.co.kr
E-mail:

New Age Instruments & Materials

#306, 3rd Floor, Rupa Solitaire
Millenium Business Park, MIDC
Sec – 2 Mahape, Navi Mumbai
Mumbai – 400710, Maharashtra
India

NIREOS

Via G. Durando 39
Milan, 20158
Italy
www.nireos.com
E-mail:

NLIR

Hirsemarken 1
3520 Farum
Denmark
spectrometers

The S2050 2–5 µm fiber spectrometer has a unique combination of a super-fast full spectra acquisition rate of up to 130 kHz, an ultra-sensitive minimum detection power of 5 pW/nm and a resolution of 6 cm−1.

We also offer the S76120 prototype spectrometer for measurement of 7.6–12.0 µm mid-infrared light.

Our spectrometers are based upon a new measuring paradigm where mid-infrared light is converted into visual light and then measured with conventional visual grating spectrometer technology.


nortus Optronic GmbH

In den Niederwiesen 4a
76744 Wörth am Rhein
Germany
www.nortus-optronic.com
E-mail:

Opton Laser International

Parc Club Orsay Université
29 rue Jean Rostand
91893 Orsay
France
www.optonlaser.com
E-mail:

Optoprim Germany GmbH

Max-Planck-Straße 3
85716 Unterschleißheim
Germany
www.optoprim.de/en
E-mail:

Oxford Instruments Industrial Analysis

Tubney Woods
Abingdon, Oxfordshire OX13 5QX
United Kingdom

PG Instruments Ltd.

Alma Park, Woodway Ln
Lutterworth LE17 5FB
United Kingdom

Photometric Solutions International

Factory 2, 21–29 Railway Avenue Huntingdale VIC 3166
Australia

Photon Lines Ltd.

Magenta, 2 Brookhill Way
Banbury OX16 3ED
United Kingdom

PicoQuant GmbH

Rudower Chaussee 29 (IGZ)
12489 Berlin
Germany

Polytec GmbH

Polytec-Platz 1–7
76337 Waldbronn
Germany

Pro-Lite Technology Ltd

Innovation Centre
University Way
Cranfield, Bedfordshire MK43 0BT
United Kingdom
www.pro-lite.co.uk
E-mail:

Prolog Optics

HaTidhar 5
Ra`anana 4366507
Israel

Qbic Laser System Inc.

Bucheon Techno Park
Seokcheon-ro 345
Ojeong-gu, Bucheon-si
Gyeonggi-do, 14501
Korea

Raymax Lasers

37/5 Ponderosa Parade
Warriewood NSW 2102
Australia

RGB Photonics

Donaupark 13
93309 Kelheim
Germany
www.rgb-photonics.com
E-mail:

SENTECH Instruments GmbH

Schwarzschildstraße 2
12489 Berlin
Germany

SIMTRUM Pte. Ltd.

Blk 71, #06–03, Ayer Rajah Crescent
Singapore 139955

SOL Instruments Ltd.

58–10, Nezavisimosti ave.
Minsk 220005
Belarus
www.solinstruments.com
E-mail:

Solar Laser Systems

4 Stebenev lane
Minsk, 220024
Belarus
www.solarls.eu
E-mail:

SphereOptics GmbH

Gewerbestrasse 13
82211 Herrsching
Germany

STANDA Ltd.

P. O. Box 377
03012 Vilnius
Lithuania

Te Lintelo Systems BV

Mercurion 28A
6903 PZ Zevenaar
The Netherlands
www.tlsbv.nl
E-mail:

Tematys

6, cité de Trévise
75009 Paris
France
tematys.fr
E-mail:

Thunder Optics

1460 Rue Professeur Joseph Anglada
34090 Montpellier
France

Tokyo Instruments, Inc.

6–18–14 Nishi-kasai, Edogawa-ku
Tokyo 134–0088
Japan

Topag Lasertechnik GmbH

Nieder-Ramstädter-Str. 247
64285 Darmstadt
Germany
www.topag.de
E-mail:

Hangzhou ToupTek Photonics Co., Ltd.

4F, Block A, B, Building 2
No. 321, Jinpeng Street
Hangzhou, 310030, Zhejiang
China

Trioptics Optical Test Instruments

Hafenstrasse 35–39
22880 Wedel
Germany

YOUR KEY to innovation and success

UltraFast Innovations GmbH

Dieselstr. 5
85748 Garching (München)
Germany
web link www.ultrafast-innovations.com

E-mail:
spectrometers

Our EVEREST soft X-ray / XUV / VUV spectrograph features aberration-corrected flat-field imaging and is available with three gratings covering the spectral ranges 1–17 nm (1240–73 eV), 5–80 nm (248–15.5 eV) and 24–200 nm (51.7–6.2 eV). In order to maximize light collection, the spectrometer can be used without an entrance slit over a variety of source distances, with 3–17 nm, 10–80 nm and 24–200 nm spectral coverage. Its modular design is able to match different experimental geometries and configurations. It features an integrated slit holder, gate valve and filter insertion unit, as well as 3-axis motorized grating positioning.


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VM-TIM GmbH

Hans-Knoell-Str. 6
07745 Jena
Germany
www.vm-tim.de
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Wavelength Opto-Electronic (S) Pte Ltd

BLK 2 Bukit Batok St. 24, #06–01/03/09
Skytech Building
Singapore 659480

WesTech

21 Priory Court
Bedford
MK40 1JN
United Kingdom

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