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Founded in 1971 by Professor S. D. Smith OBE FRS, FRSE, FinstP, Edinburgh Instruments Ltd has become a recognised supplier of high performance, trusted product solutions.
Edinburgh Instruments (EI) is now located in purpose built 12,800 sq.ft. facilities just outside Edinburgh, where it employs over 65 people. The company is involved in the development, manufacture and sale of a wide range of high technology products for the scientific research and industrial markets.
Product ranges include lasers and analytical spectrometers supplied by the Photonics Division and gas detection and monitoring products supplied by the Sensors Division.
Following rapid expansion, by the 1980s a full range of infra-red and far infrared gas lasers (cw and pulsed CO2 and CO lasers and optically pumped TeraHertz lasers) were made available to the market.
As pioneers of Time Correlated Single Photon Counting (TCSPC), in 1978 the company developed a Fluorescence Lifetime Spectrometer system based around the successful nanosecond flashlamp. This product range has culminated in the development of the latest computer controlled, combined Steady State and Fluorescence Lifetime Spectrometers on the market: the FLS920 Series is truly a world class, state of the art fluorescence laboratory in a single instrument.
Over the years EI has continually diversified and developed new and innovative products, winning many international designs, technology and export achievement awards.
Relative Quantum Yield of 2-Aminopyridine
Diffraction Grating Selection for Raman Spectroscopy
3D Raman Mapping of a Transdermal Patch
Confocal Raman and Photoluminescence Microscopy for Forensic Investigations
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The Thermo Scientific™ ARL™ EQUINOX 3000 X-ray Diffractometer for research enables accurate measurements.
KLA’s Filmetrics F40 allows you to transform your benchtop microscope into an instrument to measure thickness and refractive index.
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