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Product Code G2004B1
Price $250 ex. VAT

Four-port sample holder for transmission, absorption, reflectivity, and photoluminescence

For use in free space or fiber coupled arrangement and compatible with both metric and imperial optical tables


The Ossila Four-Port Transmission Sample Holder can be used for optical transmission, absorption, reflectivity, and photoluminescence measurements. Use with SMA optical fibers or to a metric or imperial optical breadboard or table.

Fluorescence spectroscopy set up with four-port sample holder and optical filters
Fluorescence spectroscopy set up with optical spectrometer, two-port transmission sample holder, and UV light source

Specification


Body Material Polyamide
Maximum Sample Thickness 6.5 mm
Fibre Connection SMA 905
Four-port sample holder with optical fibers at 90 degrees
The four-port sample holder can be used to measure photoluminescence and reflectivity in addition to transmission and absorption
Four-port sample holder with optical fibers at 180 degrees
Connect optical fibers to any of the ports or use in a free-space arrangment

Resources and Support


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