​Emerging Measurements


Description:  The Emerging Measurements Company LabKit enables principles of fluorescence decay to be measured and demonstrated.  The emission of a key thermographic phosphor (TP) - La2O2S: Eu - can be observed from 0 to 100 °C.   The standard LabKit is intended for university physics, chemistry, and engineering laboratories.  In the standard LabKit, a copper target is coated with a thin layer of phosphor and a thermocouple embedded in the copper target for temperature monitoring.  The copper target is in contact with a Peltier Heater/Cooler which may heat or cool the sample as desired. 

The LabKit can also act as an instrument for evaluating other TPs either onboard the LabKit  or by using an external light source such as a laser, laser diode or a light emitting diode (LED) if another excitation wavelength is required.   Another alternative is to use fiber optics to transport the excitation light to an external target and then transmitting the emission light back to the LabKit’s photomultiplier tube for analyzing the signal. By operating in this mode, the LabKit may be used to either calibrate an external phosphor sample or measure the temperature of an external target. 


 Internal Light Source:  LED at 365 nm

Trigger Input:  TTL

Trigger Output:  TTL

Trigger Source:  internal/external

Photomultiplier (PMT):  Analog Output

PMT Gain:  Adjustable

Pulse Repetition Rate:  12.7 to 2000 pulses per second

Pulse Width:  0.8 to 74 microseconds

Temperature:  0 to 100 °C nominal

Heater/Cooler Current Monitor:  X to Y with Coarse and Fine Control Knobs

Front Panel Temperature Readout (°C and °F)

La2O2S:Eu Coating on Cu plate

Removeable Optical Filter at 510 nm and 10 nm full width half maximum - 25 mm dia

All connections BNC

Unit Power:  120 VAC