Multi-Modal Spectroscopy Platform for Life and Physical Science - Kymera 328i

The Kymera 328i is a motorized Czerny-Turner spectrograph that offers optimized operation by use of automation to select the highest quality of focus through the following:

  • The best resolution at a given wavelength
  • Choosing the best focus when it is necessary to switch between cameras or gratings
  • Software which controls the operation and so makes it easy for the operator to switch it on or off as necessary
  • Avoids the necessity for repeated meticulous camera positioning at the exit point

TruResTM

The TruRes feature of the Kymera 328i is a multimodal spectroscope, and offers the option of enhancing the true resolution of the spectrum:

  • Over 30% more spectral resolution without having to switch from one grating or slit width to another
  • A greater breadth of spectral resolutions is now easily available by simply touching a button on the same setup
  • Complex features of the spectrum are now more easily distinguished from UV to SWIR
  • Prevents the need for the use of mathematical operations to deconvolute a spectrum

Quad Turret with RFID

The Kymera 328i has a Quad Turret feature which lets you use your system for a wider range of applications.

With this feature you can use up to four gratings at the same time to use a single setup for a variety of applications:

  • Spectral resolution can be fixed to high, medium or low using the available options
  • Blaze can be used for options ranging from UV, Visible, and NIR to SWIR
  • Mirror is built in for microspectroscopy

eXpressIDTM is a software which uses RFID to make the tool intelligent by making sure that all salient turret parameters are automatically recognized and uploaded to the spectrograph in timely fashion

Dual Input and Output Options

The dual input/output option built into the Kymera 328i allows different experiments to interface with ease and simplicity, without having to change the setup very often and thus saving time.

The setup enables a dual port configuration using combinations of the following:

  • CCD cameras which can be used for spectroscopy with UV, Vis and NIR
  • ICCD cameras which can yield UV to NIR measurements with time resolution
  • A tunable monochromator light source with exit slits
  • The use of exit port fiber coupling so that light output can be sent to another part of the setup if necessary

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