Phosphor test station

For rare earth and nano phosphors, luminescent materials for white LEDs, displays, general lighting and scintillator applications, McPherson has developed spectral test stations for deep ultraviolet excited, real-time measurements. A high-resolution spectrometer configured for the 200–800 nm wavelength region is the centre point for the open architecture system. The system is equipped with a cooled 2D CCD detector, multi-channel scaler for persistence data collection, a vacuum sample chamber which is equipped with either monochromatic tuneable light source (120–200 nm) or selectable 146/147 and 172 nm sources, a horizontal sample tray which accepts up to 20 individual samples and computer optimised first surface optics for optimum focus and signal collection. The system, provided ready to run, is suitable for industrial quality control applications as well as rigorous research and development.

McPherson, Inc.
Issue: 20/06
RSN: 113

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