Firefly IR laser features high pulse energy and peak power
M Squared Lasers has just released revised specifications for their Firefly-IR. The improved performance of this innovative, widely tunable infrared laser source brings new capabilities to a host of molecular spectroscopy, remote sensing and imaging applications.
- High pulse energy and peak power –
- Greater detection sensitivity & stand-off distances
- Enhances signal to noise ratio
- High repetition rate –
- Rapid data acquisition
- Real time imaging
- Data logging –
- Combine wavelength & measured data into single file
- ICE-BLOC control
Firefly-IR’s broad mid-infrared wavelength coverage (~2.5 – 4.5 µm) allows users to probe the absorption features of many different molecules with a single device. Available in two standard power levels (Firefly-IR-250 and (Firefly-IR-60), the laser’s high average power and correspondingly high peak power (up to 200 W) afford high detection sensitivity and greater standoff distances. For more information, please contact us or download the Firefly-IR datasheet.
Elliot Scientific & Energetiq to attend Chiroptical Spectroscopy (CD 2011) conference
The International Conference on Circular Dichroism has been given a new name as it incorporates the emerging techniques of Chiroptical Spectroscopy such as vibrational CD, Raman Optical Activity and associated applications into the field.
Elliot Scientific will be joined by innovative illumination company Energetiq at the exhibition to demonstrate the EQ-99 laser-driven plasma-based light source that’s been specifically designed for spectroscopic and microscopy applications. The revolutionary technology used in this lamp, called LDLS™, enables extreme high brightness over a broad spectral range, from 170 nm through to visible and beyond, combined with lifetimes an order of magnitude longer than traditional bulbs.
To see the EQ-99 in action, join us at CD2011 in Oxford from Monday 25th to Wednesday 27th July 2011. Alternatively, please contact us for more info.