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Shamrock 163

The Shamrock 163 is the most compact research-grade Czerny-Turner spectrograph on the market. Its 163 mm focal length, high F/3.6 aperture and wide range of seamlessly interchangeable gratings, slits and light coupling accessories make it the ideal tool for general benchtop spectroscopy measurements.

  • Compact & rugged design
  • Imaging-configurable platform
  • Wide range of interchangeable gratings
  • Variety of fixed slits
  • Large choice of light coupling interfaces


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The Shamrock 163 is the most compact research-grade Czerny-Turner spectrograph on the market. Its 163 mm focal length, high F/3.6 aperture and wide range of seamlessly interchangeable gratings, slits and light coupling accessories make it the ideal tool for general benchtop spectroscopy measurements.

Compact & rugged design with horizontal and vertical mounting positions - Portability & ease of integration

Imaging-configurable platform for multi-track spectroscopy - Lens-based accessories enable optimisation of system performance for low cross-talk, multi-leg fibre signal simultaneous acquisition

Wide range of interchangeable gratings - With simple precision locking mechanism for seamless upgradability

Variety of fixed slits - Interchangeable laser-cut precision slits with widths ranging from 10 µm to 200 ?m

Large choice of light coupling interfaces - Includes fibre-optics and C-mount microscope couplers

Calibrated micrometer drive for wavelength selection - Simple & rapid wavelength adjustment

Available for use with a wide range of cameras: - Including – CCD's, EMCCD's and ICCD's. Coupled to Andor's compact, high performance USB 2.0 camera, the iDus CCD detector system, the Shamrock 163 spectrograph provides the ideal tool for absorption/transmission, fluorescence, reflection and source characterization. The Shamrock 163 spectrograph is also available as a stand-alone option for use with an existing or third party CCD or array detector.

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