- Excellent performance at a high repetition rate
- Measurement range from UV to MIR
- Market-leading sensitivity
- Modules for time-resolved, and multi-pulse experiments
- High-level automation in a compact footprint
- Reflection mode
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, Kerr gate 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 is combined with a PHAROS or a CARBIDE laser together with ORPHEUS series OPAs. HARPIA also supports Ti:sapphire lasers with TOPAS series OPAs.
- Transient absorption and reflection in bulk and microscopy
- Multi-pulse transient absorption and reflection
- Femtosecond fluorescence upconversion
- Femtosecond stimulated Raman scattering (FSRS)
- Fluorescence lifetime TCSPC
- Intensity-dependent transient absorption and reflection
- Flash photolysis – nanosecond transient absorption
|Measurement range||350 – 1100 nm||460 – 1100 nm||460 – 1600 nm||350 – 1600 nm||2000 – 13000 nm|
|Pump range||200 – 1100 nm||330 – 1100 nm|
|Delay range (resolution)||8 ns (8.3 fs)||4 ns (4.2 fs)|
|Temporal resolution||≤ laser pulse duration or better|
|Laser repetition rate 1)||1 – 200 kHz|
|Maximum data acquisition rate||4000 spectra/s||laser repetition rate|
- Higher repetition rates available; contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
|Measurement range||450 – 2400 nm||350 – 2200 nm|
|Delay range (resolution)||up to 8 ms (100 ps)||up to 500 μs (100 ps)|
|Temporal resolution||2 ns||1 ns|
|Mode||Kerr gate||Fluorescence upconversion||TCSPC|
|Spectral range||250 – 1000 nm||330 – 1600 nm||320 – 820 nm 1)|
|Temporal resolution||400 – 500 fs||≤ laser pulse duration or better||< 180 ps 2)|
|Max measurement range||8 ns||∞ 3)|
|Delay resolution||8.3 fs||n/a|
|Gate beam requirements||15 – 25 μJ||n/a|
|Compatible with||TCSPC||Kerr gate or fluorescence upconversion|
- Spectral range is extendable to NIR; contact email@example.com for details.
- High-speed detector available (< 50 ps); contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
- Maximum measurement range depends on the phosphorescence signal.
|Delay range (resolution)||4 ns (4.2 fs)|
|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|
- White light generation has axial color at focus and wavelength-dependent mode size and NA. Focused white light will exhibit focus shift and spot size variation depending on the chosen spectral range. Polychromatic spot size is given at full spectral range, monochromatic is at 500 nm with a 10 nm bandwidth.
- Depends on the objective used.
|Model||Physical dimensions (L × W × H) 1)|
|HARPIA-TA||730 × 420 × 160 mm|
Sample chamber area (L × W) 2)
|205 × 215 mm|
|HARPIA-TF||571 × 275 × 183 mm|
|HARPIA-TB||670 × 252 × 183 mm|
- Without external spectrograph.
- External sample placement option is available.
A single software solution for all measurement modes, featuring:
- User-friendly interface
- Measurement presets
- Measurement noise suppression
- 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
The HARPIA spectroscopy system achieves an excellent signal‑to‑noise ratio at high repetition rate and low energy excitation conditions. The graphs below compare the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) of difference absorption spectra obtained with a Ti:Sapphire laser operating at 1 kHz and a PHAROS laser operating at 64 kHz with the same acquisition time.
Pump probe Measurement Data Samples
Kerr Gate Measurement Data Samples
Fluorescence Upconversion Measurement Data Samples
TCSPC Measurement Data Samples
Femtosecond stimulated Raman spectroscopy (FSRS) Measurement Data Samples
Pump-dump-probe Measurement Data Samples
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