Comprehensive Spectroscopy System HARPIA

APPLICATIONS

  • Femtosecond transient absorption and reflection in bulk and microscopy modes
  • Femtosecond multi-pulse transient absorption and reflection
  • Femtosecond fluorescence upconversion
  • Picosecond-to-microsecond fluorescence TCSPC
  • Femtosecond stimulated Raman scattering (FSRS)
  • Intensity-dependent transient absorption and reflection
  • Flash photolysis
  • Z-scan

Features

APPLICATIONS

  • Femtosecond transient absorption and reflection in bulk and microscopy modes
  • Femtosecond multi-pulse transient absorption and reflection
  • Femtosecond fluorescence upconversion
  • Picosecond-to-microsecond fluorescence TCSPC
  • Femtosecond stimulated Raman scattering (FSRS)
  • Intensity-dependent transient absorption and reflection
  • Flash photolysis
  • Z-scan

The HARPIA comprehensive spectroscopy system performs a variety of sophisticated time-resolved spectroscopic measurements in a compact footprint. It offers an intuitive user experience and easy day-to-day maintenance meeting the needs of today’s scientific applications. Extension modules and customization options tailor the HARPIA system to specific measurement needs.

The system is built around the HARPIA-TA transient absorption spectrometer and can be expanded using time-correlated single-photon counting and fluorescence upconversion (HARPIA-TF), third beam delivery (HARPIA-TB), and microscopy (HARPIA-MM) modules. HARPIA is designed for easy switching between measurement modes and comes with dedicated data acquisition and analysis software. Each module is contained in a monolithic aluminum body ensuring excellent optical stability and minimal optical path lengths.

For a single-supplier solution, the HARPIA spectroscopy system can be combined with a PHAROS or a CARBIDE laser together with ORPHEUS series OPAs. HARPIA also supports Ti:Sapphire lasers with TOPAS series OPAs.

Model HARPIA
Configuration UV / VIS / NIR / SWIR MIR
Probe excitation wavelength 1030 nm 515 nm 800 nm n/a 1)
Probe spectral range 460 – 1600 nm 350 – 750 nm 330 – 1400 nm 190 nm – 16000 nm 2)
Detection spectral range 200 – 1100 nm / 900 – 1700 nm / 900 – 2600 nm 2 – 13 μm 3)
Delay range 2 ns / 4 ns / 8 ns
Delay resolution 2.1 fs / 4.2 fs / 8.3 fs
Laser repetition rate 1 – 1000 kHz
Temporal resolution < 1.4× pump or probe pulse duration, whichever is longer
Maximum data acquisition rate 4000 spectra/s
SNR 4) 250 : 1
  1. A wavelength-tunable source such as ORPHEUS-HP is used instead of a laser-excited white-light continuum.
  2. An extended tuning range of ORPHEUS‑HP; see specification for more details. Also applicable to UV / VIS / NIR / SWIR configuration.
  3. Up to 24 μm available upon request; contact sales@lightcon.com for more details.
  4. Estimated as the standard deviation of a set of 2500 spectra measured in SCHOTT OG530 glass with 54 nJ, 370 nm pump and > 4.5 mOD at a maximum of the spectrum. Not applicable to all samples and configurations.
Model HARPIA
Spectral range 1) 300 – 1600 nm
Spectral resolution 2) ≈ 100 cm-1
Delay range 2 ns / 4 ns / 8 ns
Delay resolution 2.1 fs / 4.2 fs / 8.3 fs
Temporal resolution < 1.4× pump or gate pulse duration, whichever is longer
SNR 3) 65 : 1
  1. Depends on the gating source, full range covered with different nonlinear crystals.
  2. Limited by the spectral bandwidth of the gating pulse.
  3. Estimated as the standard deviation of a set of 100 points at 50 ps intervals measured in Rhodamine 6G dye at an upconverted wavelength of 360 nm using a PHAROS laser running at 150 kHz repetition rate; assuming 0.5 s averaging per point. Not applicable to all samples and configurations.
Model HARPIA
Spectral range 1) 320 – 820 nm
TCSPC detector 2) Standard High-speed
Temporal resolution < 180 ps < 50 ps
Maximum measurement range 3) 5 μs
SNR 4) 100 : 1
  1. Spectral range is extendable to NIR; contact sales@lightcon.com for details.
  2. Different models available; contact sales@lightcon.com for details.
  3. Maximum measurement range can be extended with a phosphorescence upgrade.
  4. Estimated by fitting a kinetic trace measured in Rhodamine 6G solution at 580 nm with multiple exponents, subtracting the fit from the data and taking the ratio between the standard deviation of the residuals and the 0.5× maximum signal value, at 250 kHz repetition rate; assuming 5 s averaging per trace. Not applicable to all samples and configurations.
Model HARPIA
Delay resolution 100 ps
Temporal resolution 2 ns
SNR 1) 40 : 1
  1. Estimated as the standard deviation of a set of 2000 spectra measured in SCHOTT OG530 glass with 515 nm pump and > 10 mOD at a maximum of the spectrum. Not applicable to all samples and configurations.
Model HARPIA
Delay range 1) 2 ns / 4 ns
Delay resolution 2.1 fs / 4.2 fs
  1. 8 ns delay range is available on request; contact sales@lightcon.com for details.
Model HARPIA
Spatial resolution 1) monochromatic polychromatic
< 2 µm < 10 µm
Full spectral range 460 – 1100 nm
Temporal resolution 500 fs
Maximum working distance 2) 13 mm
Sample motion range 13 × 13 × 13 mm
  1. Depends on the spectral range and the objective used; provided values represent best-effort case.
  2. Depends on the objective used; contact sales@lightcon.com for details.
Model HARPIA
Physical dimensions (L × W × H) 1401 × 621 × 183 mm 1)
Sample chamber area (L × W) 205 × 215 mm
  1. Without external spectrograph.

The HARPIA-TA ultrafast transient absorption spectrometer features market-leading characteristics such as 0.05 mOD (10⁻⁴ ΔT/T) sensitivity and the ability to work at high repetition rates up to 1 MHz, when used with a PHAROS or CARBIDE laser and an ORPHEUS series OPA. A high repetition rate allows measuring transient absorption dynamics with excitation pulse energies down to several nanojoules.

The HARPIA-TF is a time-resolved fluorescence measurement module that combines fluorescence upconversion and TCSPC techniques. In fluorescence upconversion, the signal from the sample is mixed in a nonlinear crystal with a gating femtosecond pulse to achieve high temporal resolution, which is limited by the duration of the gate and pump pulses.

The HARPIA-TB is a third beam delivery module for the HARPIA-TA unit that adds an additional dimension to time-resolved absorption measurements. It allows multi-pulse time-resolved spectroscopic techniques, in which the ongoing pump-probe photodynamics are perturbed by a delayed third pulse. In conjunction with a narrow-bandwidth picosecond pulse source, HARPIA-TB can be used to perform femtosecond stimulated Raman scattering (FSRS) measurements.

HARPIA-MM is a microscopy module add-on to the HARPIA-TA spectrometer, which enables spatially-resolved pump-probe measurements with a spatial resolution down to 2 μm. The sample can be positioned and scanned in a 13 mm range along XYZ axes using a motorized stage. Microscopic transient transmission and reflection signals can be measured using a broadband or a monochromatic probe.

A single software solution for all measurement modes, featuring:

  • User-friendly interface
  • Measurement presets
  • Diagnostics and data export
  • Continuous support and updates
  • API for remote experiment control using third-party software (LabVIEW, Python, MATLAB)

An ultrafast spectroscopy data analysis software, featuring:

  • Advanced data wrangling: slicing, merging, cropping, smoothing, fitting, etc.
  • Advanced global and target analysis
  • Probe spectral chirp correction, calibration and deconvolution
  • Support for 3D data sets (2D electronic spectroscopy, fluorescence lifetime imaging)
  • Publication-ready figure preparation and data export

Insight into perovskite light-emitting diodes based on PVP buffer layer

N. Jiang, Z. Wang, J. Hu, M. Liu, W. Niu, R. Zhang, F. Huang, and D. Chen, 241, 118515 (2022).

Charge photogeneration and recombination in ternary polymer solar cells based on compatible acceptors

R. Hu, W. Zhang, Z. Xiao, J. Zhang, X. Su, G. Wang, J. Chen, X. He, and R. Wang, Journal of Materials Science 25 (56), 14181-14195 (2021).

Effect of Substituents at Imide Positions on the Laser Performance of 1,7-Bay-Substituted Perylenediimide Dyes

R. Muñoz‑Mármol, P. G. Boj, J. M. Villalvilla, J. A. Quintana, N. Zink‑Lorre, N. Sastre‑Santos, J. Aragó, E. Ortí, P. Baronas, D. Litvinas et al., The Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2021).

Energy transfer in (PEA)2FAn-1PbnBr3n+1 quasi-2D perovskites

D. Litvinas, R. Aleksiejūnas, P. Ščajev, P. Baronas, V. Soriūtė, C. Qin, T. Fujihara, T. Matsushima, C. Adachi, and S. Juršėnas, Journal of Materials Chemistry C (2021).

Excited-state properties of Y-series small molecule semiconductors

G. Wen, R. Hu, X. Su, Z. Chen, C. Zhang, J. Peng, X. Zou, X. He, G. Dong, and W. Zhang, Dyes and Pigments 192, 109431 (2021).

Ground- and excited-state characteristics in photovoltaic polymer N2200

G. Wen, X. Zou, R. Hu, J. Peng, Z. Chen, X. He, G. Dong, and W. Zhang, RSC Advances (2021).

High performance tandem organic solar cells via a strongly infrared-absorbing narrow bandgap acceptor

Z. Jia, S. Qin, L. Meng, Q. Ma, I. Angunawela, J. Zhang, X. Li, Y. He, W. Lai, N. Li et al., Nature Communications 1 (12) (2021).

High-Lying 31Ag Dark-State-Mediated Singlet Fission

L. Wang, T. Zhang, L. Fu, S. Xie, Y. Wu, G. Cui, W. Fang, J. Yao, and H. Fu, Journal of the American Chemical Society 15 (143), 5691-5697 (2021).

In-plane oriented CH3NH3PbI3 nanowire suppress the interface electron transfer to PCBM

T. Wang, Z. Yu, H. Huang, W. Kong, W. Dang, and X. Zhao, Chinese Physics B (2021).

Light-Modulated Cationic and Anionic Transport Across Protein Biopolymers

A. Burnstine‑Townley, S. Mondal, Y. Agam, R. Nandi, and N. Amdursky, (2021).

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