PHySpec is designed to control all of Photon etc’s devices simultaneously. Our proprietary software is easy to install and presents a user friendly interface. ActiveX controls are available and special functions can be developed for custom applications. The software offers various features to analyze the data taken by the imaging system : Automatic wavelength calibration. Broadband imaging mode. Correction of small movements registration. Data acquisition, processing, and analysis tools.
Spectrally resolved images provide considerable advantages such as, absolute calibration of intensity, micrometer scale resolution, and excitation and detection on a surface. The images rendered by IMA are spectrally resolved luminescence images from multicrystalline CIS solar cell, offering means of studying its spatial inhomogeneities. Furthermore, the system was compared to a classical confocal microscope, showing significant gains in acquisition time.
Magneto-optical (MO) effects are used either as tools for probing the magnetization reversal characteristics of a wide range of sample types, or as an effective way to modify the polarization of light via induced magnetization state in samples. In transparent samples, the Faraday effect, along with other MO effects such as Kerr measurements, provide a non-destructive probe for in-situ measurements of samples, such as thin films.
Data Acquisition Tools
Automatic filter sweeping and image capture synchronization.
Multiple image per wavelength acquisition pattern.
Variable exposure time pattern from an external definition file. (CSV)
Automatic exposure time pattern computation.
Automation of acquisition, processing and exportation of data.
Basic and custom meta information associated with data cube.
Automatic dark acquisition.
Data cubes: FITS
Images: FITS, PNG, TIFF, JPEG
Spectrum: JPG, PNG, TIFF, CSV, PDF, SGV
Optical aberration correction (stretching, translation)
Basic statistics (mean, median, min/max)
Multiple region selection (ROI)
Cube normalization from different sources
Automatic calibration using spectral lamp
Manual calibration using 1 or 2 spectral band
Extendable Plugin Architecture
C++ SDK plugin interface