Video hyperspectral microscope: prism vs diffraction grating LightForm_Logo
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LightForm Inc: Pioneering Analytical Hyperspectral Microscopy Since 1996
 A prism cures the problems associated with diffraction gratings: Extended details here Extended wavelength range from 365 to 920 nm (No 2nd or higher order contamination to worry about) Enhanced light throughput (~90%) at ALL wavelengths using an optically-enhanced curved prism Enhanced signal to noise (S/N) ratio compared to a diffraction grating Enhanced sensitivity and limits of detection compared to a diffraction grating Non-linear wavelength dispersion compensates for falling camera QE as a function of wavelength Linear data presentation: All data is presented in classical linear-wavelength versus intensity Enhanced nanoparticle detection and characterization with Xenon based darkfield illumination Reflection/transmission: Operates in diascopic (transmission) and episcopic (reflection) modes to handle either opaque or transmissive samples
PARISS Hyperspectral Microscope
The PARISS hyperspectral microscope is available as a complete system or as an accessory to an existing microscope

PARISS®: An Enhanced Prism Based Analytical Hyperspectral Microscope

Designed To Correlate Spectra With Target Objects And/Or Conditions

Video hyperspectral microscope hardware and applications
This video describes the hardware, software and applications supported by the PARISS hyperspectral microscopy system.
Video hyperspectral microscopy acquisition methods
PARISS offers two modes of operation SnapShot and Unlimited Field Scanning This video illustrates them both
This video describes the pros and cons of a prism versus a diffraction grating.  Shows how a prism offers superior sensitivity  compared to a grating
PARISS curved prism for hyperspectral imaging spectroscopy
The PARISS curved prism, integrates the properties of a lens enabling state-of-the-art spectral and spatial imaging. Designed and produced in the USA
PARISS is an analytical hyperspectral system based on analytical spectroscopic methods, including: %transmission, %reflection, absorption, fluorescence, luminescence… darkfield scatter…
PARISS: Prism And Reflector Imaging Spectroscopy System
PARISS® Hyperspectral Microscope Applications
Hyperspectral Microscope: Prism or Diffraction Grating?
PARISS® Hyperspectral Microscope Modes of Operation
Video hyperspectral microscope: prism vs diffraction grating LightForm_Logo
LightForm Inc: Pioneering Analytical Hyperspectral Microscopy Since 1996
Copyright © LightForm Inc, 2016
 A prism cures the problems associated with diffraction gratings: Extended details here Extended wavelength range from 365 to 920 nm (No 2nd or higher order contamination to worry about) Enhanced light throughput (~90%) at ALL wavelengths using an optically-enhanced curved prism Enhanced signal to noise (S/N) ratio compared to a diffraction grating Enhanced sensitivity and limits of detection compared to a diffraction grating Non-linear wavelength dispersion compensates for falling camera QE as a function of wavelength Linear data presentation: All data is presented in classical linear-wavelength versus intensity Enhanced nanoparticle detection and characterization with Xenon based darkfield illumination Reflection/transmission: Operates in diascopic (transmission) and episcopic (reflection) modes to handle either opaque or transmissive samples
PARISS Hyperspectral Microscope
The PARISS hyperspectral microscope is available as a complete system or as an accessory to an existing microscope
PARISS®: An Enhanced Prism Based Analytical Hyperspectral Microscope Designed To Correlate Spectra With Target Objects And/Or Conditions
Video hyperspectral microscope hardware and applications
This video describes the hardware, software and applications supported by the PARISS hyperspectral microscopy system.
Video hyperspectral microscopy acquisition methods
PARISS offers two modes of operation SnapShot and Unlimited Field Scanning This video illustrates them both
This video describes the pros and cons of a prism versus a diffraction grating.  Shows how a prism offers superior sensitivity compared to a grating
PARISS curved prism for hyperspectral imaging spectroscopy
The PARISS curved prism, integrates the properties of a lens enabling state-of-the-art spectral and spatial imaging. Designed and produced in the USA
PARISS is an analytical hyperspectral system based on analytical spectroscopic methods, including: %transmission, %reflection, absorption, fluorescence, luminescence… darkfield scatter…
PARISS: Prism And Reflector Imaging  Spectroscopy System
PARISS® Hyperspectral Microscope Applications
Hyperspectral Microscope: Prism or Diffraction Grating?
PARISS® Hyperspectral Microscope Modes of Operation