Automated monochromator/spectrograph M266
for spectroscopymulti-channel

automated monochromator/spectrograph
automated monochromator/spectrograph
automated monochromator/spectrograph
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for spectroscopy
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automated, multi-channel

410 mm (16.14 in)


250 mm (9.84 in)


213 mm (8.39 in)


Monochromator M266 is our general-purpose high-aperture instrument with high line quality and low stray light performance, featuring 284mm focus and 30x10mm flat field. • High aperture ratio (F=1:3.8) • Spectral range 190-3600nm (extended up to 40um at your request) • Two output ports • The M266i version (Imaging) • M266 is completely automated High aperture ratio (F=1:3.8), low stray light and perfect line quality enable successful use of the M266 in a wide range of applications. Two output ports allow connecting to the M266 either two exit slits, exit slit/detector or two detectors concurrently. The M266i version (Imaging) features an astigmatism compensator for both output ports, thus promoting the use of the M266 with matrix detectors in the multi-channel spectroscopy, not only in the binning mode, but also in the 2D-image mode. M266 is completely automated. Spectrum scanning along wavelengths, change of gratings and order separating filters, adjustment of slit width and selection of an output port are performed automatically, guided by the intelligent and easy-to-use software. An automatic shutter provides for automatic background (dark current) subtraction, along with detector protection against excessive illumination from the light source. The SolarLS.LAB software provides automated control over the monochrometer M266 and its detectors. It allows stitching spectra obtained by several diffraction grating scans in order to get a panoramic spectrum. Many possibilities of spectra processing and analysis are provided as well.
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