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NIR spectroscopy with photo diode array

iDus InGaAs from Andor Technology

Andor Technology offers InGaAs detectors based on the iDus spectroscopy platform. The user can choose between 512 and 1024 pixels of a photo diode array (PDA). Ideally suited for NIR spectroscopy, the InGaAs iDus covers a range of wavelengths from 500 nm to 1700 nm, or from 1000 nm to 2200 nm, respectively. The InGaAs detectors can be used stand-alone as a NIR line camera, or attached to a spectrograph or a monochromator.

Specification

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iDus_InGaAs_1.7.pdf
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iDus InGaAs 1.7 (500 - 1700 nm)
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iDus_InGaAs_2.2.pdf
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iDus InGaAs 2.2 (1000 - 2200 nm)

Applications

Absorption, transmission, reflexion
Electroluminescence
Tissue and blood examinations
Material characterization and identification
Optical coherence tomography (OCT)
NIR spectroscopy

Downloads

UltraVac permanent vacuum head and performance longevity
Camera windows
Spectroscopy solutions brochure
Liquid cooling system EXT-440
Software for Andor cameras and spectrographs
Remote camera server

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Reference customers

Title Author(s) Institute Year Spectrograph/
Detector
Photovoltaics
Quantitative photoluminescence of solar cell absorbers and the quality of the photo-excited state L. Gütay Laboratoy for Chalkogenid Photovoltaics, Institute of Physics, University of Oldenburg, Germany 2019 iDus InGaAs DU490A-1.7
Kymera 193i-B2-SIL
Luminescence detection of organic solar cells U. Wuerfel Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE), Freiburg, Germany 2016

iDus InGaAs DU490A-1.7
Shamrock SR-193i-B2

Characterization of organic solar cells M. C. Scharber Linz Institute for Organic Solar Cells, University of Linz, Austria 2014

iDus InGaAs DU490A-1.7
iDus DU420A-OE
Shamrock SR-303i-B

Abnormal temperature behavior of band-to-band electroluminescence on Si solar cells M. Kittler IHP Leibniz-Institute for innovative Microelectronics, Frankfurt/Oder, Germany 2010

iDus InGaAs DU492A-2.2
Shamrock SR-303i-A

Fluorescence Studies on rare Earth Ions in close Vicinity to metallic Nanoparticles S. Wackerow,
G. Seifert
Institute of Physics, University of Halle-Wittenberg, Germany 2009

iDus InGaAs DU490A-1.7
Jobin-Yvon MicroHR

Photoluminescence
Optical characterization of atomically thin 2D semiconductors C. Ruppert,
M. Betz
Experimentelle Physik 2, Technische Universität Dortmund, Germany 2015

iDus InGaAs DU490A-1.7
Shamrock SR-193i-B1-SIL

Characterisation of photoluminescence of colloidal semiconductor nanocrystals B. Kardynal,
T. Stoica,
L. Xi
Peter Grünberg Institute-9, Research Center Jülich, Germany 2013

iDus InGaAs DU490A-1.7
iDus DU401A-BV
Shamrock SR303i-B-SIL

Reliable photoluminescence quantum yield measurements in the near-infrared spectral region S. Hatami,
C. Würth,
U. Resch-Genger
BAM Federal Institute of Materials Research and Testing, Berlin, Germany 2013

iDus InGaAs DU491A-1,7
Shamrock SR-303i-B

Biomedical research
nIR fluorescence properties of functionalized carbon nanotubes
F. Mann,
S. Kruss
Institute of Physical Chemistry, Göttingen University, Germany 2018 iDus InGaAs DU491A-1.7
Kymera-193i-B2
Spectral response of glucose within the optical window of tissue D. Bremer,
A. Plachy,
H. Zimmermann,
J. Landskron,
I. Beckers,
Insitute of Physics, University of Applied Sciences Berlin, Germany 2012

iDus InGaAs DU490A-1,7

Optical spectroscopy in biomedical engineering B. Kessler,
W. Kullmann
Institute for Medical Engineering, University of Applied Sciences Würzburg, Schweinfurt, Germany 2012

iDus InGaAs DU490A-1.7
iDus DV420A-OE
Shamrock SR-303i-B

Optical transmission spectra for analysis of bloodcomponents and -gases H. Gehring,
B. Weber
University Medical Center of Schleswig- Holstein and University of Applied Sciences Lübeck, Germany 2010

iDus InGaAs DU490A-2.2
iDus DU420-BR-DD
Shamrock SR-303i-B

Fluorescence
nIR fluorescence properties of functionalized carbon nanotubes F. Mann,
S. Kruss
Institute of Physical Chemistry, Göttingen University, Germany 2018 iDus InGaAs DU491A-1.7
Kymera-193i-B2
Spectroscopy of f-elements in the Near Infrared Region G. Geipel,
S. Weiß
Institute of Resource Ecology, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Germany 2014

iDus InGaAs DU490A-2,2
Shamrock SR303i-A

Absorption
Measurement of the infrared absorption of a MoTe2 monolayer 1 I. Niehues,
1 R. Schmidt,
1 S. Michaelis de Vasconcellos,
R. Bratschitsch
² K. Unterrainer

1 University of Münster,
Institute of Physics and Center for Nanotechnology, Germany

² Technische Universität Wien,
Photonics Institute, Austria

2017 iDus InGaAs DU491A-1.7, Shamrock SR-303i-B
Raman
Raman spectroscopy in the NIR using InGaAs Multichannel Detectors W. Browne Institute for Chemistry, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
2011

iDus InGaAs DU490A-1.7
Shamrock SR-163

Atmospheric physics
Measurement of OH airglow temperatures in the mesopause region C. Schmidt,
M. Bittner
German Aerospace Center, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany
2011

iDus InGaAs DU490A-1.7
Shamrock SR-163

Beam diagnostics

Electro-optic bunch profile monitor at FLASH
L. Wißmann FLA, Deutsches Elektronensynchrotron (DESY), Hamburg, Germany 2011

iDus InGaAs DU490A-1.7
Shamrock SR-163

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