ABERRATION-FREE SPECTROSCOPY SYSTEM
The high performance, flexible FERGIE spectroscopy instrument is the perfect system for your Raman, fluorescence, absorption and other imaging spectroscopy techniques. View the site to learn more about how the compact, integrated FERGIE will change the way you do spectroscopy.
FEATURES + BENEFITS
Proprietary, aberration-free optical design
FERGIE spectral profiles are completely free from coma and other aberrations, eliminating broadened asymmetric peak profiles.
Enabling line of accessories
FERGIE’S pre-aligned optical modular spectroscopy cubes, fiber optics and laser sources enable rapid experiment design.
Perfect imaging performance
Proprietary optical design produces diffraction-limited images ideal for microspectroscopy applications at wavelengths from the UV to NIR.
Integrated TE-cooled, back-illuminated CCD
Deep-cooled CCD spectrometers provide extreme high sensitivity with 95% peak quantum efficiency. TE cooling down to -45oC allows long integration times for faint signal detection.
Spectroscopy and Imaging the Easy Way with FERGIE
Watch as Mark Waterland of Massey University idemonstrates how easy it is to use FERGIE ...
Grating Dispersion Calculator
View efficiency data for the gratings available for FERGIE.
FERGIE Experiment Note
Improving the Collection Efficiency of Raman Scattering
Raman Spectroscopy Webinar
Watch to learn the fundamentals of Raman spectroscopy
Watch to learn the basics of spectroscopy
FERGIE for Fluorescence
Learn how to set up a fluorescence experiment.
FERGIE – Fiber Coupling
Connect fibers and fiber probes to FERGIE.
FERGIE for Microscpectroscopy
Learn how to set up a microspectroscopy experiment.
FERGIE Data Sheet
Download the data sheet to view FERGIE’s specifications and features
Watch how easily an absorption experiment can be created.
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