IsoPlane® SCT 320 - Princeton Instruments

IsoPlane® SCT 320 - Princeton Instruments
SPECTROSCOPY GROUP
IsoPlane® SCT 320
WINNER OF:
The IsoPlane SCT 320 spectrograph combines extraordinary imaging with outstanding spectral performance. The patentend,
advanced optical design has zero astigmatism and reduced coma and spherical aberration across the entire focal plane,
increasing spatial and spectral resolution dramatically over traditional Czerny-Turner spectrographs. Large-diameter
optics and interchangeable triple-grating turrets permit operation from the UV to Mid-IR even at low light levels and a
variety of spectral resolutions. The IsoPlane works seamlessly with Princeton Instruments’ industry-leading cameras and
detectors, and our LightField® with IntelliCal® or WinSpec data acquisition software packages. Spectroscopy reimagined!
FEATURES
BENEFITS
Patented, astigmatism-free
design*
Spectra are free of astigmatism at all wavelengths across the entire focal plane.
Can resolve >100 optical fiber channels with minimal crosstalk.
Excellent spatial and spectral resolution over the entire area of a 1” square sensor.
No other mirror-based scanning spectrograph offers comparable performance.
Greatly reduced coma results in spectral linewidths of ~1.5 20 μm pixels across the entire
focal plane. The IsoPlane offers the resolution of a 500 mm instrument with twice the
light-gathering power.
Reduction or elimination of all major aberrations gives high fluence (i.e., photons are concentrated in the
peaks of spectral lines rather than in the wings). Peak heights for narrow lines can be 2x or better than with
competing instruments. High resolution is maintained when binning over a single row or the entire sensor.
Outstanding imaging
performance
High fluence
Fixed-position camera mount
Easy camera mounting with improved hardware.
with micrometer focus adjustment Fine adjustment for razor-sharp focus.
Kinematic torque-limiting
turret mount
Improves reproducibility when changing grating turrets.
Up to three turrets with nine gratings are supported.
High efficiency optical
coatings
Acton #1900 mirror coating delivers the highest reflectivity from the UV to the NIR.
Optional silver, gold or dielectric coatings are available with reflectivities of 98%. See page 5.
Compatible with wide range
of cameras
Princeton Instruments PIXIS, PyLoN, Spec-10/LN, PyLoN-IR, ProEM 1600, PI-MAX3/4 and
NIRvana cameras with spectroscopy mount and without electronic shutter are supported.
Wide range of accessories
Including fiber bundles, adapters, shutters, filter wheels, purge ports and light sources including the
IntelliCal wavelength and intensity calibration system. Accessories sold separately.
Optional: LightField (for Windows Flexible software packages for data acquisition, display and analysis. LightField offers
7/8, 64-bit) or WinSpec (for
intuitive, cutting edge user interface, IntelliCal, hardware time stamping & more.
Windows XP/7/8, 32-bit)
Powered by LightField ®
*US Patent #: US 8,773,659 B2
Applications:
Multi-channel spectroscopy,
Microspectroscopy, Raman scattering,
Fluorescence, Photoluminescence, LIBS,
Fourier-domain spectroscopy, Biomedical imaging
NOTE: IsoPlane SCT 320 is shown pictured with a Princeton Instruments
PIXIS 400 BR_ex camera, optical fiber, and coupling; each sold separately.
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IsoPlane SCT 320 Rev. N4.1
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Specifications
IsoPlane SCT 320
Focal length
320 mm
Aperture ratio
Usable wavelength range
CCD resolution (20 mm pixels)*
f/4.6
190 nm to mid-IR with available mirror coatings, gratings, and detectors
(to ~150 nm with optional purge capability)
0.08 nm at all points on the focal plane
PMT resolution (10 mm slit)*
0.05 nm at all points on the focal plane
< 2 x 10-5
Stray light
Grating mount / size
Focal plane size
Astigmatism
Spatial resolution (MTF)
Slits
Wavelength accuracy*
Wavelength repeatability*
Drive step size*
Size and weight
Interchangeable triple-grating turrets with on-axis grating rotation: 68 x 68 mm gratings
27 mm wide x 14 mm high
Zero ( 0 ) at all wavelengths
≥15 line pairs/mm @ 50% modulation, measured at focal plane center
≥ 8 line pairs/mm @ 50% modulation, measured over 27 x 8 mm focal plane
Entrance and Exit slits:
- Standard manual (10 μm – 3 mm)
- Optional motorized (10 μm – 3 mm and 10 μm – 12 mm versions)
Kinematic entrance slit available for imaging and microspectroscopy.
Mechanical: ± 0.2 nm | With IntelliCal: ± 0.01 nm
Mechanical: ± 0.015 nm | With IntelliCal: ± 0.0015 nm
0.002 nm
Optical axis height
20.4” (518 mm) length x 17.7” (450 mm) width x 8.5” (216 mm) height
55 lbs (25 kg) weight
5.0” to 5.875”
Computer interface
USB and RS232
* With 1200 groove/mm grating @ 435 nm
Specifications subject to change without notice.
Use the Grating Dispersion Calculator on our website:
www.princetoninstruments.com/spectroscopy/calculator/ for information on IsoPlane 320 performance with various
gratings and Princeton Instruments cameras.
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IsoPlane SCT 320 Rev. N4.1
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Perfected Performance - Preserving Intensity
IsoPlane produces sharp spectral lines of constant
width and height across the focal plane, whereas
Czerny-Turner spectrographs do not.
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IsoPlane SCT 320 Rev. N4.1
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Examples of the signal to background ratio
superiority of the IsoPlane 320 spectrograph vs.
a traditional Czerny-Turner spectrograph
Emission Spectrum
The IsoPlane measures emission lines with
half the width and twice the height, giving
spectra with better resolution and SNR.
3
20x10
Intensity (counts)
15
Traditional Czerny-Turner
spectrographs measure emission
lines that are broadened,
misshapen, and short.
10
FWHM
IsoPlane 320
Czerny-Turner (CT)
5
FWHM
Hg arc lamp, 1200 g/mm grating,
1340 x 400 back-illuminated CCD detector.
0
435.0
435.2
435.4
435.6
435.8
436.0
436.2
436.4
Wavelength (nm)
Raman Spectrum
5
4x10
Peak Height:
IsoPlane is taller
Intensity (counts)
5
3x10
IsoPlane 320
Czerny-Turner (CT)
5
2x10
5
1x10
Liquid cyclohexane 802 cm-1
Raman line, 532 nm excitation,
180º backscatter, PIXIS:400BR
CCD camera, 1200 g/mm
grating.
Peak Width:
IsoPlane is
narrower
0
775
780
785
790
795
800
805
810
815
820
825
Raman Shift (cm )
-1
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IsoPlane SCT 320 Rev. N4.1
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Mirror Coatings:
Reflectance Curves
NOTE: #1900 coating is standard on IsoPlane mirrors. Gold and
silver coatings are offered as an option at an additional fee.
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IsoPlane SCT 320 Rev. N4.1
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IsoPlane spectrograph shown interfaced
to Olympus IX-71 inverted microscope
with the IsoPlane microspectroscopy
interface (spectrograph, microscope,
camera, and interface all sold separately).
Contact your local sales engineer for more
information.
IsoPlane SCT 320
NOTE(S):
1. ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES [ MM ]
2. WEIGHT
55 LBS [ 25 KG ]
3. DIMENSIONS
(L x W x H)
20.4" [ 518 MM ] X 17.7" [ 450 MM ] X 8.5" [ 216 MM ]
17.73
450
16.63
422
9.64
245
6.90
175
FOCAL PLANE
.60
15
19.34
491
.83
21
8.438
214
4.875
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4.313
110
4.875
124
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IsoPlane SCT 320 Rev. N4.1
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