Digital Mini-Chrom Monochromator Specifications | DMC1-07
360 – 800 nm
Resolution with 50μ slits
Resolution with 100μ slits
Resolution with 150μ slits
Resolution with 300μ slits (included)
± 0.2% of λ
Resolution with 600μ slits
Resolution with 1 mm slits
Linear Dispersion (Center of Range)
Operating Temperature Range
-20° C to +80° C
Damage Threshold: Pulsed
350 mJ /cm², 200 nano sec. pulse
Grating Blaze Wavelength
Damage Threshold: CW laser
Digital Mini-Chrom Monochromator with Operating Range 360 - 800 nm
The Digital Mini-Chrom (DMC) is a manually operated monochromator that utilizes a digital counter for wavelength selection. Rotation of the dial causes, via a precision lead screw/ sine bar mechanism, rotation of the diffraction grating which positions the selected wavelength at the exit slit.
Digital Mini-Chroms are used in a variety of applications that require a small yet high performance manually tuned monochromator. They are used in physics, chemistry, engineering and the life sciences applications where a low cost manually tuned device for precision wavelength selection is required.
The wavelength on all Digital Mini-Chroms can be selected and read to 0.2 nm. Wavelength is read directly in nanometers (nm) from a counter on models 01, 02, 03, 04 and 05. Near infrared model (06) requires the counter reading to be doubled.
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