Raman System Built in Darkroom
Accommodates various experimental techniques
RamanLab has built an open system in the dark room to accomodate various experimental techniques.
A CCD camera with a quantum efficiency of 60 ~ 90% from the visible to near-infrared region is combined to a high-spec spectrometer.
Raman spectra of various organic and inorganic materials can be measured with high resolution.
Equipped with lasers of 5 wavelenths, Raman mapping devices, and a temperature controlled stage, We promise to cooperate faithfully in research for long-term projects as well as simple measurements.
Andor Newton CCD
TE cooling to -100°C
Negligible dark current
Optimized pixel size for high resolution spectroscopy
High NIR QE, virtually etalon-free-ideal for NIR Raman
Active pixels (μm): 1024 x 256
Pixels size (μm): 26 x 26
Andor Shamrock 500i
Image astigmatism correction
Triple exchangeable grating turret
Aperture ratio: F/6.5
Focal length: 500 mm
Wavelength Resolution: 0.06 nm