(EN) MS200 Series monochromators–spectrographs are compact general-purpose instruments which can be used as monochromators or spectrographs with a large flat focal field. They are completely automated spectral devices with focal length of 200 mm and F-number of 1/3.6. Despite of compact overall sizes the parameters of short-focus monochromators–spectrographs do not concede to the parameters of long-focal spectral devices of other manufacturers.
(EN) MS350 Series monochromators–spectrographs a general-purpose instruments which can be used as monochromators or spectrographs with a large flat focal field. They are completely automated spectral devices with focal length of 350 mm and F-number of 1/3.8.
High-quality optics and wide choice of diffraction gratings provide devices operation in a wide range from 185 nm up to 60 µm (depending on the selected grating).
M350 Series monochromator-spectrographs are based on Cherny–Turner asymmetric scheme that allows to minimize of aberrations and exclude spectra re-entrance from diffraction gratings and mirrors.
Model MS3501i and model MS3504i have the astigmatism-corrected optics what makes these devices applicable in multi-channel spectroscopy.
Automated four-grating turret (model MS3504 and model MS3504i) provides a fast switching of gratings with high repeatability of the set wavelength and the vertical image.
MS520 series Monochromator-spectrograph, perfect imaging
(EN) Monochromator-spectrograph MS750 series are devices with with a large flat focal field, combined with a high-intensity, accuracy and spectral resolution. They are completely automated spectral devices with focal length of 750 mm and F-number of 1/8.9, which can be used both as monochromators and spectrographs.
(EN) MSDD1000 series Monochromator–spectrograph is a double dispersion monochromator-spectrograph with the effective focal length of 1 m. Double scheme combines a high spectral resolution which is peculiar to long-focus instruments, extremely low stray light being the advantage of double schemes and small sizes of single monochromators–spectrographs.