Your Options for Microspectroscopy
There are two general types of microspectrophotometers available from CRAIC Technologies: complete systems that are built onto CRAIC microscopes and modular systems that can be adapted to your microscope. The 2030PV PRO™ and the FLEX PRO™ microspectrophotometers are complete systems including the microscope while the 508PV™ microscope spectrophotometer is designed to be added to an optical microscope or upgrade an old microspectrophotometer.
The 508PV™ microspectrophotometer is a modular head unit that can be combined with your existing microscope to add microspectroscopy capabilities!
The FLEX PRO™ microspectrophotometer is an integrated tool to measure the UV-VIS-NIR spectra of microscopic samples easily and cost effectively.
The 2030PV PRO™ microspectrophotometer is a powerful and modular system setting the bar for microspectroscopy, featuring measurements from the deep UV to shortwave IR.
All CRAIC microspectrophotometers feature a unique seven position aperture system that provides reproducible and variable calibrated sampling areas with direct imaging of your region of interest simultaneously with your spectral measurement. This direct imaging of the sampling area is unavailable from any other manufacturer on the market and significantly increases the ease of use and confidence in your measurements. The difference in the microspectrophotometers is mainly in the spectral ranges and included features. These microspectrophotometers are also compatible with other spectroscopy and microscopy modules from CRAIC Technologies , like Raman microspectroscopy and UV or SWIR Absorption imaging.
Other features include:
- Upgrading spectral measurements with polarization
- Creating hyperspectral data cubes with programmable stages
- Conducting colorimetric analysis of microscale sampling areas using ColorPro™ software
- Analyzing optical film thicknesses of microscale sampling areas using FilmPro™ software
To learn more about microspectrophotometers, please refer to the following articles:
The Science of Microspectrophotometry
How Microspectrophotometers Are Used