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Product Code G2004A1
Price £130 ex. VAT

Sprung spectroscopy transmission holder for a wide variety of samples

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

The Ossila two-port Spectroscopy Transmission Holder is designed to hold rigid samples or flexible films in position for optical transmission or absorption measurements. The four-port version additionally allows for reflectivity and photoluminescence measurements. The transmission holder can be used with SMA optical fibres or in a free space arrangement and can be bolted to a standard metric or imperial optical table.

Part of the new range of spectroscopy equipment, the transmission holder is fully compatible with the Ossila Optical Spectrometer. For the best value, we recommend the optical spectroscopy kit. Included with this kit is the Ossila Optical Spectrometer, transmission holder, broadband white light source, UV light source, spectrometer case, cuvette holder, breadboard plate, optical mirror (20 mm x 15 mm), and two SMA optical fibers.

Spectroscopy Transmission Holder
The transmission holder can be bolted to an optical breadboard and used with our broadband white light source and spectrometer
The transmission holder in a laboratory
Use the transmission holder (old version pictured) in a free space arrangement or couple with optical fiber cables


Body Material Polyamide
Maximum Sample Thickness 6.5 mm
Fibre Connection SMA 905

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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