New FERGIE - Demo Unit Available
Compact, Aberration Free Spectroscopy System
Princeton Instrument’s new FERGIE compact, imaging spectrograph offers low noise aberration free imaging performance over a wide wavelength range with an integrated cooled CCD camera – all within a footprint smaller than an A4 text book ! A wide range of experiments can be quickly assembled using FERGIE’s unique Accessory CUBES, laser sources and fibreoptics. For example, a typical Raman experiment that used to take hours to set up now can be completed in fewer than 90 seconds !
|•||Aberration free, low noise imaging spectrograph|
|•||Compact foot print|
|•||Easy setup and data collection using unique "Cube" accessory system|
|•||Integrated cooled CCD camera|
|•||Free Space and Fibre Input Adapters|
Please contacy Neil to arrange an on-site demonstration.
NEW FlexSEM 1000
It will change your view of electron microscopy
The FlexSEM 1000 is a compact variable-pressure SEM that delivers the performance of a conventional SEM in a lab-friendly footprint, and requires only a standard wall outlet for power.
|•||Best-in-class resolution in a compact system. Newly designed electrical optical system and reliability-proven high-sensitivity detector, achieving imaging at 4 nm.|
|•||Novel low vacuum technologies enable observation of non-conductive specimens without preprocessing.|
|•||The user interface is easy to operate even by novice users. Features including accurate correlated optical and SEM images in only one click.|
Compact Tabletop Micro-XRF Spectrometer
Cost effective operation and accurate results
The M1 MISTRAL is a compact tabletop Micro-XRF spectrometer for the analysis of bulk materials and coatings. Designed for fast and cost-efficient operation it provides accurate information on the elemental composition of materials.
It is with great pleasure that we announce NewSpec's partnership with Princeton Instruments. NewSpec has been appointed as the exclusive distributor for Princeton Instruments, the world's leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance detection systems for spectroscopy and physical sciences applications.
For further information, or should you have any questions or concerns about your existing Princeton Instruments systems, please do not hesitate to contact Neil McMahon.