High-throughput transmission grating spectrograph
HoloSpec from Andor Technology
An extremely light sensitive transmission grating spectrograph with ultrafast F/1.8 aperture. The HoloSpec gathers more light than any Czerny-Turner and echelle spectrograph on the market. Therefore, it is the ideal solution for very faint spectroscopy applications. In addition, it has superior imaging properties.
|High collection efficiency ultrafast F/1.8 aperture|
|On-axis imaging-corrected design|
|High throughput optical design|
|High-density multi-track capabilities|
|Compact and rugged design|
The superb light collection efficiency capabilities of the F/1.8 Andor HoloSpec spectrograph platform provides a perfect match to Andor’s ultra-sensitive CCD, EMCCD and ICCDs detectors.
The Andor HoloSpec is the ideal solution for collecting more light and achieving better signal-to-noise ratio faster, which is critical for applications such as micro-Raman mapping, microfluidics, real-time medical diagnosis (point-of-care analyzers) or stand-off bacteriologic agents or explosives detection.
The HoloSpec also offers aberration-corrected optics for excellent multi-track capabilities, enabling high density fibre optics simultaneous acquisitions with extremely low crosstalk, even on narrow spectroscopy sensors.
Its rugged and compact design makes it an ideal tool for challenging industrial or in-the-field applications, while still offering research-grade performance suitable for academic research.
Absorption, transmission, reflection
Single molecule spectroscopy
Micro Raman and micro fluorescence
Laser generated breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS)
|Identification and sizing of exosomes and microvesicles by Raman microspectroscopy combined with tunable resistive pulse sensing||E. van der Pol||Biomedical Engineering and Physics, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands||2015||HoloSpec-F/1.8i-NIR|
|Development of a Raman detector for hyphenation with high-temperature liquid chromatography and isotope ratio mass spectrometry||B. Fischer, H. Bettermann||Institute of Physical Chemistry, University of Düsseldorf, Germany||2013||HoloSpec-F/1.8i-VIS|