C13534-11 - UV-NIR PL Quantum Yield Spectrometer

Hamamatsu Photonics’ C13534-11 is devised to measure the instantaneous absolute value of emission quantum yield adopting the photoluminescence technique.

The C13534-11 spectrometer handles ranges from 300 to 950 nm. Functions can be easily extended using the newly designed options, which allow measurements in the near-infrared up to 1650 nm, at high sensitivity (estimation of low quantum yield), and of upconverted emissions.

Specifications

Type number C13534-11
PL measurement wavelength range 300 nm to 950 nm
Monochromatic light source:Light source 150 W xenon light source
   :Excitation wavelength 250 nm ~ 850 nm
   :Bandwidth 10 nm or less (FWHM)
   :Excitation wavelength control Automatic control
Multichannel spectroscope:Photo-detecto BT-CCD linear image sensor
   :Measurement wavelength range 200 nm to 950 nm
   :Wavelength resolution < 2 nm
   :Number of photosensitive device channels 1024 ch
   :Device cooling temperature -15 ˚C
   :AD resolution 16 bit
   :Spectroscope optical arrangement Czerny-Turner type
Integrating sphere:Material Spectralon
   :Size 3.3 inch

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