Hamamatsu has developed the Picosecond Fluorescence Lifetime Measurement System to meet the needs of scientists exploring photofunctional materials.
Thanks to the use of a streak camera, an optical transient recorder combined with picosecond time response, ultra-fast time-resolved spectrophotometry has become a reality and also enables detection sensitivities in the photon counting region.
A spectrometer can be integrated into the system to make concurrent time and wavelength measurements. A PC is used to control measurement parameters like time and wavelength settings for streamlined laboratory usage.
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- 5 ps temporal resolution
- 2D photon counting
- Concurrent multi-wavelength measurement
- A broad dynamic range better than 100 00:1
- Determines fluorescence lifetime with excellent S/N ratio with minimum integration time
- Spans fluorescence phenomena from picoseconds to milliseconds
- Spans a broad wavelength range from UV to NIR
- Standard optical system enables easy optical alignment
- Highly accurate measurement due to a temperature-controlled picosecond laser diode
- Study of photonic crystals
- Analysis of initial stages of photochemistry and photophysics
- Analysis of dynamic structures of interfaces and surfaces and microscopic environments
- Analysis of dynamic structures of 2D molecular aggregates, like LB film, macromolecule film, deposition film, and liquid crystal
- Analysis of quantum size effect and exciton dynamics, for instance quantum wire and semiconductor doped glass
- Phosphorescence spectrum and time-resolved fluorescence assessment of organic LED materials
- Study, assessment, and analysis relating to fluorescence lifetime measurements in numerous other fields