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Product Code G2005A1
Price £120 ex. VAT

Low price, high quality optical fiber for spectrometers and spectroscopy

Create fiber coupled optical arrangments for optical spectroscopy measurements

Connect your spectroscopy equipment in a fiber couple arrangement with our low price 400 μm core, 1 meter length multimode optical fiber for the Ossila Optical Spectometer. Steel armoured sleeve and protective endcaps are included for added durability and to make it a quick and easy to connect to the Ossila broadband white light source, UV light source, transmission holder, and cuvette holder.

The optical spectroscopy kit includes two optical fibers as well as an Ossila Optical Spectrometer, spectrometer case, LED broadband white light source, transmission holder, cuvette holder, and optical breadboard plate.

The Ossila Optical Spectrometer in a laboratory
The optical fibers connect to the Ossila Optical Spectrometer and range of spectroscopy equipment


Length 1 meter
Core Diameter 400 μm
Fibre Connection SMA 905
attenuation for the ossila optical fibers
Attenuation curve for the Ossila optical fibers between 400-1000 nm.

Resources and Support

Choosing a spectrometer How to Choose a Spectrometer

Some factors that you should consider when choosing an optical spectrometer are the range of wavelengths you need to measure, the size and weight of the instrument, and its data collection capabilities.

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.

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