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Product Code G2007A1
Price £160 ex. VAT

Low price aluminum optical breadboard plate

150 mm x 300 mm optical breadboard, compatible with most spectroscopy equipment

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Low price solid anodized metric aluminum optical breadboard plate, compatible with our range of spectroscopy equipment including the optical spectrometer (with spectrometer case), transmission holder, cuvette holder, UV light source and broadband white light source.

We recommend fixing all spectroscopy equipment in place before taking any measurements as any changes in positioning will have an impact on the data collected. The optical breadboard plate is small enough to be used on desktop or workbench spectroscopy set-up, but with fifty-five M6 tapped holes on a 25 mm grid, is large enough to provide a good space for setting up an experiment. Four additional 6 mm untapped corner holes allow the plate to fixed to a larger surface. The plate measures 150 mm x 300 mm and is made from anodized aluminum, making it lightweight but durable.

Ossila Optical Spectrometer bolted to an optical breadboard plate
Use the protective spectrometer case to bolt the Ossila Optical Spectrometer to the breadboard


Length 300 mm
150 mm
Thickness 8 mm
Weight 950 g
Hole size M6
Hole spacing 25 mm
Spectroscopy Transmission Holder
Spectroscopy equipment including the transmission holder and broadband white light source can be fixed the optical breadboard

Resources and Support

What is Spectroscopy? Definition and Types

Spectroscopy is the study of the interaction between a radiative energy and matter and can be performed using a range of techniques. There are several different types of spectroscopy. Generally, in spectroscopic studies, radiative energy is recorded by a spectrometer after it interacts with, or is emitted by, the material being studied.

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How Does a Spectrometer Work? Principles Explained How Does a Spectrometer Work? Principles Explained

Optical spectrometers take light and separate it by wavelength to create a spectra which shows the relative intensity of each. This basic principle has a wide range of applications and uses.

What is a Spectrometer? Types and Uses What is a Spectrometer? Types and Uses

A spectrometer is a device that measures a continuous, non-discrete physical characteristic by first separating it into a spectrum of its constituent components.

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