Modular spectrometers and accessories enable the construction of flexible and easy-to-transport spectroscopy systems for the measurement of emission, reflection and transmission. The mobile complete systems for NIR spectroscopy, Laser Induced Plasma Spectroscopy (LIPS), as well as Raman and fluorescence spectroscopy offer turnkey solutions for process and field use independent of power supply and infrastructure.

The DIY Raman Building Blocks are made to build your own OEM modular setup that is designed to keep up with all your application and performance demands.

The GlacierX is a TE cooled CCD spectrometer. This spectrometer is ideal for most UV-NIR applications with spectral configurations from 200 - 1050 nm.
The Quest™ X is a linear CCD array spectrometer optimized for UV and NIR performance. The temperature compensation of the detector greatly reduces the thermal drift. This gives improved stability by decreasing baseline drift and sustaining the dynamic range.
The Quest ™ U spectrometer is available in two standard configurations for 200 nm - 400 nm and 200 nm - 850 nm. A great advantage of the optical design is the low stray light, especially in the UV range.
The Exemplar® Plus is a smart spectrometer with highest requirements for every application. The cooled back-thinned detector impresses with maximum sensitivity and a very high dynamic range.
The Exemplar® Plus LS is a smart spectrometer in the range from 180 - 1100 nm. You benefit from a holographic concave grating for minimal scattered light and a cooled back-thinned detector with highest sensitivity.
The Sol 1.7 spectrometer offers highest throughput and highest dynamic range thanks to the use of a cooled 512 pixel InGaAs detector.
The Sol 2.2A InGaAs spectrometer has a spectral range of 900 - 2200nm. With the 256 pixel detector high dynamic range is provided and the optical bench ensures highest throughput.

StellarNet's concave grating spectrometer delivers high performance for spectroscopy applications in the UV-VIS wavelength ranges covering 190 - 850 nm, or optionally 280 - 900 nm.