Shamrock Spectrograph Series

The Shamrock 193i, 303i, 500i and 750 imaging spectrographs are research-grade, high performance and rugged platforms designed for working with demanding low-light applications, but equally suited to routine measurements. These instruments can be seamlessly integrated with Andor’s world-class range of CCDs, Electron-Multiplying CCDs, Intensified CCDs, InGaAs cameras and single point detectors to offer a versatile, yet most sensitive modular solutions on the market.

Model Focal Length Aperture Resolution Communication Buy it Now...
Shamrock 163
163 mm
F/3.6
0.25 nm
Manual
Shamrock 193i
193mm
F/3.6
0.21 nm
USB 2.0
Shamrock 303i
303 mm
F/4
0.10 nm
USB 2.0
Shamrock 500i
500 mm
F/6.5
0.06 nm
USB 2.0
Shamrock 750
750 mm
F/9.8
0.04 nm
USB 2.0


 

Shamrock 163 Spectrograph

163 mm focal length spectrograph. Czerny-Turner spectrographs offering best price performance spectroscopy solutions

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Shamrock 193i Spectrograph

193 mm spectrograph focal length compact Czerny-Turner spectrograph series with intelligent Adaptive Focus technology, ideally suited for micro-spectroscopy.

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Shamrock 303i Spectrograph

303 mm focal length spectrograph. Czerny-Turner spectrograph designed for rugged, high-performance operation and versatility.

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Shamrock 500i Spectrograph

500 mm focal length spectrometer. Czerny-Turner spectrometer offering ultimate sensitivity combined with high resolution

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Shamrock 750 Spectrograph

750 mm focal length spectrograph. Czerny-Turner spectrograph offering ultimate sensitivity combined with ultimate resolution

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Detection of the level of fluoride in the commercially available toothpaste using laser induced breakdown spectroscopy with the marker atomic transition line of neutral …
Effect of the laser and light-emitting diode (LED) phototherapy on midpalatal suture bone formation after rapid maxilla expansion: a Raman spectroscopy analysis
Optofluidic Raman sensor for simultaneous detection of the toxicity and quality of alcoholic beverages
Monitoring angiogenesis using a human compatible calibration for broadband near-infrared spectroscopy
In vivo Raman spectroscopy for detection of oral neoplasia: A pilot clinical study
Target-specific nanoparticles containing a broad band emissive NIR dye for the sensitive detection and characterization of tumor development
Rational Assembly of Optoplasmonic Hetero‐nanoparticle Arrays with Tunable Photonic–Plasmonic Resonances
The influence of surface properties on the plasma dynamics in radio-frequency driven oxygen plasmas: Measurements and simulations
Comparison of atmospheric air plasmas excited by high-voltage nanosecond pulsed discharge and sinusoidal alternating current discharge
A combined dielectrophoresis-Raman setup for the classification of pathogens recovered from the urinary tract
Photo-induced oxidation of [FeII(N4Py)CH3CN] and related complexes
Propagation Lengths and Group Velocities of Plasmons in Chemically Synthesized Gold and Silver Nanowires
Detection of Microcalcification in Tissue by Raman Spectroscopy
Preparation of CuGaSe2 absorber layers for thin film solar cells by annealing of efficiently electrodeposited Cu-Ga precursor layers from ionic liquids
Optimizing Gold Nanoparticle Cluster Configurations (n 7) for Array Applications
Highly Polarized Emission from Oriented Films Incorporating Water Soluble Conjugated Polymers in a Polyvinyl Alcohol Matrix
Gas-Phase Fluorescence Excitation and Emission Spectroscopy of Three Xanthene Dyes (Rhodamine 575, Rhodamine 590 and Rhodamine 6G) in a Quadrupole Ion Trap Mass Spectrometer
Flow-Based Autocorrelation Studies for the Detection and Investigation of Single-Particle Surface-Enhanced Resonance Raman Spectroscopic Events
Experimental indication of chemical effects in surface enhanced hyper Rayleigh scattering using dye-adsorbed Ag nanoparticles
Unprecedented Alkylzinc–Magnesium Alkoxide Clusters as Suitable Organometallic Precursors for Magnesium Containing ZnO Nanoparticles