HyperFlux 532 & 785

HyperFlux 532 & 785

The HyperFlux 532 & 785 spectrometers employ High-Throughput Virtual Slit (HTVS) technology to provide high resolution and high throughput simultaneously without the need for a slit aperture. HyperFlux 532 & 785 instruments are compact, rugged configurations that provide high-performance in challenging weak-signal and space-constrained applications.


The HyperFlux 532 & 785 Advantages

  • High resolution while maintaining high flux
  • Easy to integrate into existing designs
  • No significant resonance under 600 Hz
  • No moving parts or electronics

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HyperFlux 532 data
HyperFlux 785 data

Spectroscopic Performance
Spectral Range 480-680 nm (max 4090 cm-1 from a 532 nm laser)
Spectral Resolution R = 2500 (0.24 nm FWHM, 7 cm-1), dispersion = 0.072 nm/pix
Detector Specifications
Typical SNR 300
Detector Toshiba TCD1304DG
Pixel Size 8 μm x 200 μm
Cooling None
Detector Length 3648 pixels (29 mm)
Spectroscopic Performance
Spectral Range 730-1095 nm (max 3600 cm-1 from a 785 nm laser)
Spectral Resolution R = 1400 (0.65 nm FWHM, 8 cm-1), dispersion = 0.25 nm/pix
Detector Specifications
Typical SNR 550
Detector Hamamatsu S11510-1106 array
Pixel Size 14 μm x 14 μm
Cooling None
Detector Length 2048 x 64 pixels (29 mm x 0.9 mm)