The LLTF Contrast Tunable Filter offers novel optical filtering technology that is suitable for tunable excitation sources in fluorescence and Raman spectroscopy.
The key features of the LLTF Tunable Filter are:
- Efficiency up to 60%
- Free-space or fiber coupled
- User-friendly control software
- High out-of-band rejection
- Wide tuning range
Applications in Thin Films
Magneto-optical (MO) effects are used either as tools for probing the magnetization reversal features of a broad range of sample types or as an effective way to modify the polarization of light through induced magnetization state in samples. In transparent samples, the Faraday effect, along with other MO effects such as Kerr measurements, provide a non-destructive probe for in-situ measurements of samples, such as thin films.
Characterisation of thin film filters (OD of up to 12) - A new transmittance measurement setup, using Photon etc. Laser Line Tunable Filter (LLTF) is employed to obtain spectrally resolved characterization of thin film filters with optical densities from 0 to 12 in a spectral range covering 400 nm to 1000 nm.
Tunable Laser Source - The LLTF can easily be coupled to a supercontinuum laser to provide a tunable laser source (TLS). The TLS can deliver a quasi-monochromatic output over a spectral range going from 400 nm to 2,500 nm. This tool can be used in several experiments and fields of research which includes: photoluminescence, absorption spectroscopy, hyperspectral imaging, instrument calibration, etc.
Contact Photon etc for more information on these applications
||400 to 1000 nm
||1000 to 2300 nm
||< 1 mm lateral displacement @ 1m from filter
||up to 60%
|Grating Damage Threshold
||> 100 kW/cm2 average power
> 5 GW/cm2 peak power @ 1064 nm, 8 ns
||≤ 5 mm
|Dimensions (L x W x H)
||9'' x 6.3'' x 6.7''
23 cm x 16 cm x 17 cm
||10 to 40°C
||5 to 50°C
||USB 2.0 (compatible 1.1)
||100 - 240 V, 50 - 60 Hz
|Wavelength Relative Resolution
FWHM < 0.4 nm