The Flexible Wavelength Selector Mono (FWS-Mono) is a tunable filter which utilizes TwinFilm™ technology to provide a simple software control (scanning or setting) of the center wavelength and the bandwidth via a USB communication. The bandwidth can be adjusted from around 3 to 15 nm also depending on the specific model(spectral range).
FWS-Mono is compatible with any type of broadband lamps or supercontinuum sources. Accessories are available here. For more information about compatibility please contact us at email@example.com.
FWS-Mono can also be used to convert a commercial fluorescence microscope into a hyperspectral imaging microscope. For more details click here.
*Note : For the optimal performance of Wavelength Selectors, the incident light should be collimated.
/ Key Product Advantages
Fast software-controlled wavelength tuning
Software bandwidth adjustment (FWHM 3 – 15 nm, nominal)
Circular aperture (5 mm)
High (106) out of band extinction
Compact Size (48 x 92 x 64 mm)
/ Optical Specifications
Transmission: > 75% (in proportion to an input light power / FWHM > 10 nm)
Spectral Range : 255 ~ 1650 nm
Center Wavelength accuracy (nominal): ± 0.5 nm
FWHM resolution : 1 nm
Out-of-Band Blocking : OD 6 (0.00001 % Transmission)
Stable operation span : 5 years
/ General Specifications
Dimensions: 48 x 92 x 64 mm
Aperture Size: 5 mm
Input Power: 12 V, 2A
Data Interface: USB
Broadband Wavelength and Adjustable Bandwidth
Wavelength becomes tunable in the broadband range and the transmission bandwidth becomes adjustable.
Applications with Various Light Sources
- NKT, LEUKOS, YSL Supercontinuum lasers
- Energetiq, ISTEQ Laser-Driven Light Source
- LED, Xenon and other lamp types
High Out-of-band Extinction
High (106) out-of-band extinction avoids unwanted spectral leakage and
associated background noise typical of liquid crystal-based filtering systems.
Simple Software Control
Simple and Easy control of the center wavelength and the transmission bandwidth with the automated software.
Custom wavelength scanning, setting and stepping are supported.