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Large NA High Sensitivity Spectrometer 200-1450nm

The HiNA series  Large NA High Sensitivity Spectrometer is a High-performance Spectrometer designed specifically for Raman applications requiring high luminous flux and sensitivity, it is currently available in three different wavelength ranges 532nm, 785 nm and 1064nm.


• High luminous flux 

• Support GPIO 

• High sensitivity, high UV response 

• Batch Consistency Control 

• Various communication interfaces, support USB, serial port 

• Low-temperature drift, wide operating temperature range: -20~60℃


Technical Advantages

1. Ultra-high luminous flux

F/2 is not only fully coupled to the input from 0.22NA fibers but also designed for redundancy and compatibility with special fibers with larger numerical apertures or customised input optical paths.

2. Powerful PC software

PC software provided with the spectrometer: FLAVOR is powerful software. In addition to the basic spectrum acquisition control functions, it also has functions such as saturation and automatic adjustment of the integration time, recording of the real integration time, and automatic peak finding. At the same time, the software also includes characteristic functions such as wavelet smoothing with patented technology.

SDK supports Windows, Android, and Linux operating systems, and can provide secondary development packages in C#, C++, Java, Python, and other languages.

3. High stability

Within 0~40°C temperature drift, the spectral resolution remains unchanged, preferable for industrial applications.

4. Customisable

A wide choice of reflective flashing gratings allows you to customise the waveband to suit your needs.

Multi Channel Upgrade Option

Do you need more precise measurements over a broad wavelength range?  Our multi-channel spectrometers upgrade option offers a solution. Choose the desired spectrometer wavelength range, and we can integrate them into a single system (up to 4 channels) with single fiber or multi fiber output option. Please contact us for more info.

Product Size

Software Interface

Main software user interface

1.Detection Panel  (Function menu and operation buttons)

2.Device Panel (Device list and paremeter settings)

3.Spectral Window (Spectral curve display and spectral window management)

4.Spectral Recording Panel (Spectral curve selection and naming)

Key Spectral processing feature 

● Wavelength Smoothing 

● Defluoresence 

● Substract the background signal

● Rransmission and reflection measurement 

● Absobance measurement 

● Multi measurement with different timing

For detail software user manual please Click here

HiNA vs QEP -  HiNA is 6.76x of QEPro on the Sensitivity Comparison

Sensitivity Comparison

10ms Un-normalized

Sensitivity Comparison

HiNA - 10ms, normalized with 65535 as maximum range

QE- 70ms, normalized with 200000 as the maximum range

Resolution Comparison

Test Conditions

1, A halogen lamp, blocks the light with a baffle so that the intensity is close to HiNA60000counts@10ms

2, Optical fiber: 600um

3, HiNA un-cooling, GODZ un-cooling, QEPro cooling

Calculation Process

1, QEpro reaches 18w counts at 70ms, reaching 90% of the saturation range (20W);

2, HiNA reaches 5.7W in 10ms, reaching 87% of the saturation range (63335);

3, Magnification calculations: 0.87/0.9 x 7=6.76

Product specifications and Brochures

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Raman Range0~3600cm -10~2480cm -10~1700cm -1
Band Range530~658nm780-975nm1064~1300nm
Resolution ( @50um slit)


16cm -1


10cm -1


7cm -1

Slit Width*25~200um50~200um50~200um
Dynamic range10000 : 114000 : 1
Signal to Noise Ratio1000 :11000 : 1
Integration Time7 ms -30 mins5 us - 30 mins
CCD Detector**Hamamatsu, S7031-1006SHamamatsu, G14237-512WA
Built-in Filter

Minimum wave number

200cm -1

Minimum wave number

200cm -1

Minimum wave number

200cm -1

Size170 x 179 x 64.5mm
Step Drawings

* Customicable

** The Spectral Response of the Hamamatsu CCD detector is as follows


Because of the limited number of pixels in the spectrometer detector, there is a situation where only a few pixels make up a single spectral peak at the high spectral resolution, resulting in an unsmoothed peak, as shown in the figure below.

Because of the limited number of pixels in the spectrometer detector, there is a situation where only a few pixels make up a single spectral peak at the high spectral resolution, resulting in an unsmoothed peak, as shown in the figure below.

The figure shows an example of a drift in the peak position due to the temperature drift of the spectrometer at different temperatures for the same spectral peak. The spectral peaks are not symmetrical because the number of pixels that make up the spectral peaks is small, and the highest pixel of the spectral peak is shifted by one pixel from do to right under the effect of temperature drift.

At this point, we have two ways to evaluate the drift of this peak position.

1. Look at the position of the highest pixel point. Obviously, the peak position is shifted by one pixel, which translates to about 0.15 nm.

2. Fit the peaks before and after the drift and find the peak point of the fit, which is between two pixels. The drift of the fitted peak point is about 0.07nm


So which of these two methods is the right one? We believe that the second one is correct and reflects the true drift of the peak position. The reasons are as follows.

1. The high resolution leads to a low sampling rate of the pixels of the spectral peaks, and directly looking at the shape of the pixels together does not reflect the actual shape of the peaks.

2. The spectral peaks are physically closer to the symmetric distribution, and the drift of the peak position does not cause the peak shape to change.

3. By fitting all the pixels that make up the spectral peaks, the peak shape obtained is closer to the physical reality of the peaks.

Therefore, using the fitted peak shape to determine the peak position and evaluate the drift of the spectrometer is the correct method.

In practice, is it all necessary to do so? It depends on the situation.

If 1. The spectral resolution is low, and the sampling rate of the spectral peaks is high, i.e., it takes more pixel points to compose a peak, and these pixel points themselves are connected into a smoother and more symmetrical peak shape, then you can directly find the position of the highest pixel, or between two pixels, and confirm the peak position by visual evaluation.

2. With High spectral resolution and the need to know precisely the peak value, the above fitting method is needed. The fitting can be done by Spline algorithm, or by Gaussian or Lorentzian fitting, and the reader can choose according to the spectral nature of the sample under test. If you don't know how to choose, use Spline.

NameModelWavelength RangeDetectorResolutionNoise RatioDynamic Range

High Resolution Spectrometer

L Sereis200-1100nmHamamatsu,S11639,2048 pixels<1nm customizable500:12000:1

High Resolution Spectrometer

H Series200-1100nmHamamatsu,S11639,2048 pixels<1nm customizable500:12000:1

Back Illuminated Spectrometer

M Series200-1100nmHamamatsu,S10420,64×2048 pixels<1nm customizable800:15000:1

Hi Sensitivity Cooled Spectrometer 

MC Serie200-1100nmHamamatsu,S7031,64×1044 pixels<1nm customizable1000:110000:1

Handheld Raman System 


Band Range 

200-3200cm-1/ 200-2500cm-1

6 - 8 cm-1

Portable Tabletop Raman System

RMT EZ785nmBand Range  200-3200cm-1
7 cm-1  typical

Portable Tabletop Raman System


Band Range 


8 - 9 cm-1 typical

Cooled NIR Spectrometer 

N Series900-2500nmHamamatsu, G11477up to 8nm
@10um slit width

MWIR Spectrometer 

MWIR Series1-5umPbS or PbSe  256 pixels10-30nm20 RMS

Imaging Spectrometer 

240 -1100nm2046 x 1542, 2448 x 2048, 5472 x 34780.44 to 0.66nm

Laser Scanning Confocal Microscope, Confocal Raman Microscope, 
Wde Field Raman Microscope,  
Fluorescence / Photoluminescence Microscope


For more information on customized accessories, please contact us

Model   No.TypeWavelengthCore DiameterLength# of FiberConnector
I1000-S/S-L2Optic Fiber360~2500 nm1000 μm2 m1SMA905-SMA905
V1000-S/S-L2200 ~ 1100 nm1000μm2 m1SMA905-SMA905
DV600-S/S-L2190~1100 nm600μm2 m1SMA905-SMA905
I600-S/S-L2360~2500 nm600μm2 m1SMA905-SMA905
V600-S/S-L2200 ~ 1100 nm600μm2 m1SMA905-SMA905
DV400-S/S-L2190~1100 nm400μm2 m1SMA905-SMA905
I400-S/S-L2360~2500 nm400μm2 m1SMA905-SMA905
V400-S/S-L2200 ~ 1100 nm400μm2 m1SMA905-SMA905
DV200-S/S-L2190~1100 nm200μm2 m1SMA905-SMA905
I200-S/S-L2360~2500 nm200μm2 m1SMA905-SMA905
V200-S/S-L2200 ~ 1100 nm200μm2 m1SMA905-SMA905
DV100-S/S-L2190~1100 nm100μm2 m1SMA905-SMA905
I100-S/S-L2360~2500 nm100μm2 m1SMA905-SMA905
V100-S/S-L2200 ~ 1100 nm100μm2 m1SMA905-SMA905

Bifurcated Fiber,

 Y-bundle : 2 fibers

360~2500nm1000μm2 mA-2nos, B1-1nos, B2-1nosA-SMA905 / B1-SMA905 / B2-SMA905
V1000-Y*2-S/S-L2200 ~ 1100 nm1000μm2 mA-2nos, B1-1nos, B2-1nosA-SMA905 / B1-SMA905 / B2-SMA905
DV600-Y*7-S/S-L2190~1100 nm600μm2 mA-7nos, B1-1nos, B2-6nosA-SMA905 / B1-SMA905 / B2-SMA905
I600-Y*7-S/S-L2360~2500nm600μm2 mA-7nos, B1-1nos, B2-6nosA-SMA905 / B1-SMA905 / B2-SMA905
DV600-1*7-S/S-L2Multi-core Fiber190~1100 nm600μm2 m7SMA905-SMA905

Integrating Sphere

Wavelength 250 - 2500 nm

Output port customizable

Black anodized aluminum alloy housing

Gold Coated Integrating Spheres

Wavelength 1000 - 5000 nm

Electrochemically plated diffuse reflective film coating

Halogen Light Source

Wavelength 360 - 2500 nm

Long lifetime, typically 10,000 hours

SMA905 output connector

Deuterium UV Light Source

Wavelength 190 - 400 nm

Long lifetime, typically 1500 hours

SMA905 output connector

Sample Holder with Mounting for Transmittance MeasurementSample Holder with Mounting for Reflectance Measurement
Cuvette HoldersOptical Mount for Transmittance and Reflectance Sample Measurement

Fiber Optic Attenuator

Wavelength 200 - 2500 nm

Adjustable slit for attenuation

Fiber Collimator

Wavelength 185 - 2500 nm

Numerical aperture 0.22 - 0.37 NA,

fiber core diameter ≥ 100 µm

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