Princeton Instruments provides state-of-the-art CCD, ICCD, EMCCD, emICCD, X-Ray and InGaAs cameras; spectrometers; spectrographs; imaging systems; optics and coatings that are key to the success of your application.
Award-winning imaging spectrographs with superior performance over Czerny-Turner traditional designs, available with 203 mm and 320 mm focal length designs.
Ground breaking software to control your Princeton Instruments systems. It's like nothing you have ever experienced!
Sophia ultra-low noise cameras for the most demanding low-light applications from astronomy to x-ray.
The result of our numerous years of experience designing gated camera technology.
EMCCD cameras for ultra-low light, read noise-limited applications.
Scientific grade, cooled InGaAs focal plane array cameras for demanding SWIR imaging and spectroscopy
PyLoN high-resolution front-illuminated, back-illuminated, & back-illuminated deep-depletion imaging & spectroscopy CCDs.
This InGaAs detector offers 16-bit digitization and leads the industry with the fastest spectral rate and lowest system read noise.
PIXIS CCD cameras play a key role in revolutionary research performed in leading labs around the world.
High value, dependable industry standard series of spectrographs and monochromators for a variety of applications.
A powerful lens-based instrument ideal for spectroscopists working in the near-IR region.
TriVista spectrometers deliver performance and flexibility unmatched in the industry; a true research grade instrument.
X-ray open nose (XO) cameras designed for direct detection of deep UV and X-rays in the <30 eV to 20 keV range
PI's smallest, in-vacuum cameras for direct detection of soft X-rays in the energy range from <30 eV to ~20 KeV
Direct detection x-ray cameras with integrated Be window for 3keV to 20keV detection range.
Fiber-coupled cameras for 4 keV to >50 keV imaging with up to 2Kx2K pixel resolution
Thermoelectrically cooled Quad-RO cameras for indirect detection of X-ray imaging
Patented CCD and EMCCD sensor technology provides the best fringe suppression and broadest sensitivity in the market
Fully automated, spectral calibration system - for up to 10x more wavelength accuracy and instrument independent results
Princeton Instruments monochromators and spectrographs use diffraction gratings as the optical element which separates (disperses) polychromatic “white” light into individual wavelengths (colors).
There are significant advantages of multi-grating turrets in spectrometers.
Our filter wheel assemblies are designed to hold up to six (6) 1.0” (25.4mm) diameter samples or filters.
A wide variety of single channel detectors for use with IsoPlane, SpectraPro and TriVista systems.
Princeton Instruments offeres a variety of light sources for use with their spectrometers.
Several different fiber optic bundles are designed specifically for use with Princeton Instruments monochromators and spectrographs.
Compact liquid circulator for deep-cooled cameras for efficient cooling.
Allows remote operation of GigE cameras from the host PC located up to 550 meters away
Extends distance between USB2.0 cameras and the host PC, by up to 500 meters
Compact liquid chiller ideal for vibration-free, thermally stable environments