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New optics express article published

Posted on: 24/01/2017

Download our newly published optics express article , describing how the improved throughput offered by a spatial heterodyne spectrometer (such as our HES range ), offers distinct advantages when performing transmission Raman observations.
 Click to Download ISI new peer reviewed paper on Transmission Raman observations.
Categories: Transmission Raman, Spatial Heterodyne, High throughput Raman, Blog

Check out the IS-Instruments new flyer

Posted on: 13/12/2016

Check out our new flyer describing our range of spectrometers and laser-based instrumentation. You’ll also be able to see specifications for a few of our products.
IS-Instruments new flyer
Find it in our downloads section here
Categories: Blog, raman spectrometer, Integrating Spheres, Miniature Spectrometer

IS-Instrument is pleased to announce new members to our team

Posted on: 13/10/2016

IS-Instrument is pleased to announce Dr William Brooks and Dr Joshua Veitch – Michaelis have joined our team.  Will joins IS Instruments from a background in materials science and instrument engineering. Will completed a B.Sc Chemistry degree in 2006 followed by a Electronic Engineering Ph.D in 2012. In addition to 4 years of post-doctoral research at the Centre for Solar Energy Research at Glyndwr University, North Wales, Will has gained excellent experience in optical measurements...Categories: Blog, IS-Instruments Team

IS Instruments Ltd. new partnership with Laser Lines UK

Posted on: 05/09/2016

IS Instruments Ltd. is pleased to announce a new partnership with Laser Lines in the UK.
Laser lines will distribute ISI spectrometer and remote sensing based products within the UK. These will include our new miniature spectrometer, integrating spheres and HES range of Raman spectrometers.
Categories: Blog, raman spectrometer, Miniature Spectrometer, Integrating Spheres