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Steady-state and time-resolved fluorescence spectrometer (OmniFluo) / Spectrometer systems

OmniFluo are modular fluorescence systems for laboratory fluorescence spectroscopy. By different accessories, Omnifluo could realize application changes and specifics measurements: fluorescence, excitation, normal and low temperature testing, PL, Raman, transmission, reflection, absorption and detector calibration. The possible configurations are endless. OmniFluo Fluorescence Systems can combine the PL and PLE in the same architecture.

Steady-state and time-resolved fluorescence spectrometer (OmniFluo) summary

Omnifluo fluorescence systems adopt high performance Omni-λ monochromator / spectrograph, high sensitivity single or multi-channel detector, single photon counting / lock-in amplifier technique. The standard for sensitivity is the signal-to-noise ratio calculated from a water Raman spectrum. Using this standardized test, our signal-to-noise ratio is 12000:1

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    Features
    • Modular design, different combination
    • Extended wavelength range with triple grating monochromators, 200 – 2500nm
    • Emission spectroscopy correction function
    • High ouptput power: 75W Xenon light source
    • Laser wavelength option: 375nm, 442nm, 532nm, 785nm, 1064nm
    • Infrared test functions (expansion option)
    • Quantum yield (expansion option)
    • Polarization fluorescence (extension option)
    • μs-s fluorescence lifetime measurement
    • Excellent stray light performance
    Applications
    • Reflection, Absorption
    • Quantum yield measurements of Phosphor powders
    • Fluorescence upconversion
    • Display technique, OLED
    • Carbon nanotubes
    • Biology
    • Biomedical
    • Environmental monitoring
    • Drug development & Pharmacology
    • Food science & Agriculture
    Specifications
    OmniFluo-900
    ModelOmniFluo-960OmniFluo-990
    Main functionSteady StateSteady State and Lifetime
    Water Raman SNR>10500 :1>10500 :1
    Lifetime RangeNA˂ 500ps-µs-2.2s
    Excitation Light SourceGloria 75X-75WattsGloria 75X-75Watts
    Emission spectrum range200-870nm - Extensible to infrared200-870nm - Extensible to infrared
    Excitation spectrum range200-800nm - Extensible to infrared200-800nm - Extensible to infrared
    Monochromators
    TypeOmni-λ3027i (Cerny-Turner)Omni-λ3027i (Cerny-Turner)
    Focal length320mm320mm
    Stray light rejection1*10-51*10-5
    Resolution0.08nm @435.84nm0.08nm @435.84nm
    Wavelength Accuracy±0.2 nm±0.2 nm
    Gratings-1200 g/mm BLZ @300nm-1200g/mm BLZ @500nm
    -600g/mm BLZ @500nm-600g/mm BLZ @750nm
    -300g/mm BLZ @1250nm
    Data collection system
    ModelDCS210PC - Single Photon CounterDCS900TCSPC - Time Correlation Single Photon
    Counter
    Performance-Counting rate: 100Mcps, Sampling speed: 1MB/s,-Resolution: 64ps/128ps-1.024ns/2.048ns-33.55us;
    -Four channels analog input: 1-10V,-Channel: 65535; Lifetime scanning:4.19us @64ps;
    -AD: 16bits-Input signal: ± trigger edge, high resistance / 50Ω;
    -Threshold:±2V adjustable
    Universal Sample Chamber
    Sample HolderSAC-FLS with holders for liquid, power, film andSAC-FLS with holders for liquid, power, film and
    magnetic stirring samplesmagnetic stirring samples
    Optical designF/1 the best signal collection efficiencyF/1 the best signal collection efficiency
    Amount of Light Exit33
    Wavelength range200-2500 nm (with standard quartz lens)200-2500 nm (with standard quartz lens)

    Extended functions : Multiple excitation sources, infrared spectrum test, variable temperature spectrum test, microscopic spectrum test, quantum yield measurement

    Fluorescence

    Fluorescence is the light emitted by matter after absorbing light or other electromagnetic radiation. When light is irradiated to some atoms, the energy of light makes some electrons around the nucleus from the original energy level to a higher energy level, that is, from the ground state to the 1st or 2nd excited singlet states. The 1st or 2nd excited singlet states are unstable, so the ground state will be restored. When the electron is recovered from the 1st excited single state to the ground state, the energy will be released in the form of light, that is to produce fluorescence.

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