Mini Imaging Spatial Spectrometer

Mini Imaging Spatial Spectrometer

Spatial Chirp

Horizontal and vertical measurement

Spectral range

Various models covering 240 to 1100 nm

Input beam diameter

Up to 12.7 mm

Repetition rate

Single-shot up to 75 kHz

Connectivity

Fiber input compatible

Interface

USB3.1

A spectrometer allows you to know the spectrum for your laser, i.e. the intensity of each wavelength (or frequency) present in your laser.Most of spectrometers give an average spectrum, where imaging spectrometer allows you to know the spectrum at different position inside the laser beam. Our MISS spectrometer gives you a two dimensions image, one dimension being the position in one diameter of the beam, the other is the spectrum at this position.

MISS stands for Mini Imaging Spatial Spectrometer. This innovative spectrometer gives access to the spatially resolved spectrum of your sources. Thanks to its unique compactness, the MISS allows vertical and horizontal spatial chirp measurements at any position of your beam path. It can easily be integrated at different stages of amplified laser systems. Use it in free space mode to take benefit of the spatial resolution, or with a fiber input, like a regular spectrometer.

Description

A spectrometer allows you to know the spectrum for your laser, i.e. the intensity of each wavelength (or frequency) present in your laser.Most of spectrometers give an average spectrum, where imaging spectrometer allows you to know the spectrum at different position inside the laser beam. Our MISS spectrometer gives you a two dimensions image, one dimension being the position in one diameter of the beam, the other is the spectrum at this position.

MISS stands for Mini Imaging Spatial Spectrometer. This innovative spectrometer gives access to the spatially resolved spectrum of your sources. Thanks to its unique compactness, the MISS allows vertical and horizontal spatial chirp measurements at any position of your beam path. It can easily be integrated at different stages of amplified laser systems. Use it in free space mode to take benefit of the spatial resolution, or with a fiber input, like a regular spectrometer.