PicoQuant fluorescence lifetime spectrometer

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The FluoTime 300 fluorescence lifetime spectrometer from PicoQuant (Berlin, Germany) is based on time-correlated single photon counting (TCSPC) and resolves decay times down to a few picoseconds. Multiple detector options enable a large range of system configurations and different spectral sensitivities from the ultraviolet to the near-infrared. Its EasyTau software includes application-targeted wizards that guide users through all necessary steps for performing time-resolved and steady-state measurements.

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The fluorescence lifetime spectrometer with steady-state option makes picosecond timing easy

The fluorescence lifetime spectrometer FluoTime 300 is based on the method of Time-Correlated Single Photon Counting (TCSPC) and allows to resolve decay times down to a few picoseconds. Multiple detector options enable a large range of system configurations and different spectral sensitivities from the ultraviolett to the near-infrared. A unique characteristic of this system is the very intuitive software „EasyTau“. It includes special application targeted wizards that guide also inexperienced users through all necessary steps for performing time-resolved as well as steady-state measurements.

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Posted by Lee Mather

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