Diffraction gratings that operate in transmission can be used for many different applications. Here, we review the top 5 most popular applications we see, and how our VPH transmission gratings excel at each. Read on.
Diffraction gratings are optical components with periodic structures that operate on the principle of interference to split light into its component colors, but not all work the same way. Learn more about the different types.
Learn more about our design process for custom volume phase holographic (VPH) gratings, as well as our capabilities and typical applications served. Read the tech note.
VPH gratings offer a tremendous amount of flexibility to optimize performance for a specific application. In this tech note, we’ll discuss the our design technologies and the parameters we can adjust to meet your specific needs. Learn more
This mythically named optic offers the savvy optical engineer several handy tricks for bending light to their will, to save space or photons. When can a grating/ prism combination be beneficial in an optical design? See our tips
Our VPH grating technology is at the heart of everything we do. Here, we share the many advantages of transmissive volume phase holographic gratings over reflective ruled gratings, and how we make the most of each one! Discover the top 10 advantages.
OEM applications need consistent performance to deliver dependable answers. Learn how to achieve better than 99.5% unit-to-unit spectral agreement with a series of simple corrections in this tech note.
At Wasatch Photonics, we have deployed our extensive expertise in precision optics to the field of Raman spectroscopy. But what actually is it? Find out
Does your toolbox for 785 Raman have the versatility and sensitivity to take your application into new spaces? See how we bridge the worlds of compact and high-performance Raman with our flexible solutions in this tech note.
We’ve designed our spectrometers to collect more light, keep more light, and detect more light. This results in much higher sensitivity, faster acquisition rates, and lower limit of detection. See the schematic and learn more.
Reducing the size of your spectroscopy system doesn’t have to mean reducing its performance. In this tech note, we let our sensitivity, thermal stability, and reproducibility speak through the data. Ready to take the lid off? Read on.
Sensitivity is of paramount importance in a fluorescence measurement, yet how can you compare the relative sensitivity of fluorescence systems from different manufacturers? In this tech tip, we’ll define limit of detection (LOD), explain how to measure it yourself, and show you how the WP VIS spectrometer and cuvette accessory excels with picomolar level detection. Read on…
When was the last time you plotted an absorbance curve that was linear below 0.1 AU in the NIR? Learn the secrets behind our surprising performance in the NIR, and see how we can improve your measurements, from more sensitive Raman spectroscopy and absorbance to better thermal stability. See the data.
Too often, a Raman spectrometer’s data sheet doesn’t tell you what you really want to know. Is it sensitive enough? Does it produce clean spectra? Is it robust enough for OEM use? While every application is unique, we can share some benchmark data to show you how we outperform the competition, and why. See the data.
The right excitation wavelength makes all the difference in Raman spectroscopy. Learn how to choose your Raman excitation wavelength based on Raman excitation efficiency, sample sensitivity, spectral range & resolution, and minimizing fluorescence background. Let’s get started.
Spectrometer or system? Probe or integrated laser? How you interface with your Raman sample depends not only on whether you value convenience or configurability, but also on the data quality you require. In this tech tip, we’ll show you how to get more out of our many sample coupling & configuration options. See the data, and how our probes outperform the rest.