Mass Spectrometry & Spectroscopy
New Upgrade for Photoluminescence Spectrometers
Mar 22 2022
A new upgrade for its photoluminescence spectrometers has been announced by Edinburgh Instruments.
Designed and manufactured at their global headquarters in Scotland, the MicroPL upgrade enables the study of spectral or time-resolved photoluminescence of samples in the microscopic scale by converting an Edinburgh Instruments photoluminescence (PL) spectrometer into a combined spectrometer and microscope system. A wide range of microscope configurations, source coupling and detector options are available enabling both steady state and fluorescence lifetime microscopy, as well as automated maps.
Suitable for any type of photoluminescence experiment, this customisable instrument can be tailored to any application and upgradable in the future. A FLIM add on enables accessible and user-friendly fluorescence lifetime mapping. The adaptable Plug & Play allows easy access between MicroPL and FLS1000 Photoluminescence Spectrometer or FS5 Spectrofluorometer standard sample holders. All-in-one software includes data acquisition, analysis and presentation.
Roger Fenske, CEO, said: “We are delighted to expand the functionality of ou photoluminescence spectrometers. Not only is our new PL microscope option fully configurable, it can also be upgraded with additional capability in the future. This ensures that our products keep evolving as new research trends emerge.“
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