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HES Spectrometer Flat Field Correction

Posted on: 13/06/2017

See our latest article discussing flat field correction in our HES spectrometer page.
Flat field correction is a well none technique applied to a variety of spectral measurement systems. Its influence is critical in our HES spectrometers due to the Fourier nature of the device.
Our latest azom article discusses this effect and how to correct in our instruments. This is key for Raman observations when trying to identifying trace species which could be masked by unwanted instrument effects. 
Categories: HES Spectrometer, OEM spectrometer, raman spectrometer

White light correction of Miniature spectrometer

Posted on: 31/05/2017

ISI publish a new article describing the white light calibration and the effect of etaloning on a spectrometer.
The calibration of any spectral measurement system is critical to the performance of the device. In the our latest article, we describe the effect of etaloning with a mini spectrometer. How this can be removed, by using for example a windowless detector and its effect on the data returned by a given instrument.
Categories: Miniature Spectrometer, OEM spectrometer, Spectrometer

ISI release a new range of spectrometer accessories

Posted on: 18/05/2017

See our new cuvette holder ideal for a range of spectroscopic measurement.
Categories: Cuvette Holder, Miniature Spectrometer, Blog

New optics express article published

Posted on: 24/01/2017

Download our newly published optics express article , describing how the improved throughput offered by a spatial heterodyne spectrometer (such as our HES range ), offers distinct advantages when performing transmission Raman observations.
 Click to Download ISI new peer reviewed paper on Transmission Raman observations.
Categories: Transmission Raman, Spatial Heterodyne, High throughput Raman, Blog