McPherson, Inc. manufactures Instruments and Systems for Spectroscopy and Spectrophotometry through the optical electromagnetic spectrum. They design and build tools to measure frequency and intensity of light wavelengths / rays with good spectral resolution over a wide free range. McPherson instruments are used in physics research, physical chemistry and astronomy in applications through the X Ray, Vacuum, UV, Visible and Infrared (IR, including MWIR and LWIR) wavelengths. Vacuum and ultra high vacuum (UHV) models are available in most designs.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and many international institutions use their spectrometers and monochromators. Their vast experience in the vacuum range of the ultraviolet has helped them branch into the manufacture of components for the vacuum domain. You will find their manufactured vacuum systems, penetration welded components, and cold stages and mechanisms throughout the industries which employ vacuum and ultra-high vacuum technology.
Their customer list reads like "Who's Who". The broad use of our products has given us great strength and depth.
Their product lines encompass:
Imaging spectrometer for VUV
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