Maya2000 Pro by Ocean Optics Inc.

Manufacturer Ocean Optics Inc.
2.7
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5.0
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The flagship Maya2000 Pro offers high quantum efficiency and high dynamic range and is responsive in the deep UV (~185-300 nm). This back-thinned 2D FFT-CCD spectrometer uses the Hamamatsu S10420 detector and is perfect for applications that require higher quantum efficiency over a broader spectral range. Maya2000 Pro Delivers Serious Performance Low-noise electronics Low jitter triggering functions Optical resolution to ~0.035 nm (FWHM); resolution depends on groove density of grating ... Read more


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Maya2000 Pro

Ocean Optics Inc.

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Average Rating: 2.7
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Rating: 2.7

  • Application Area: Absorbance Chemistry Lab

"Really great with fast load times, it has a lot of options. The equipment's hardware is nice but software is faulty with a lot of bugs. Ease of use is not fantastic. A bit pricey in comparison to other products."

Review date: 16 May 2012 | Maya2000 Pro
The flagship Maya2000 Pro offers high quantum efficiency and high dynamic range and is responsive in the deep UV (~185-300 nm). This back-thinned 2D FFT-CCD spectrometer uses the Hamamatsu S10420 detector and is perfect for applications that require higher quantum efficiency over a broader spectral range.

Maya2000 Pro Delivers Serious Performance

  • Low-noise electronics
  • Low jitter triggering functions
  • Optical resolution to ~0.035 nm (FWHM); resolution depends on groove density of grating and size of entrance aperture
  • Multiple grating options including optional HC-1 composite grating for coverage from 175-1050 nm
  • Slits available in widths of 5, 10, 25, 50, 100 and 200 µm
  • Optional order-sorting filters to eliminate second- and third-order effects
  • Detector collection lens option for enhanced signal collection
  • Fully controllable strobe signals (single or continuous)
  • 10 onboard digital user programmable GPIOs