Customized beamline solutions
low maintenance for full focus on the experiment
long-term stability - for months
fully integrated from one source
HP spectroscopy offers a wide range of beamline solutions, including HHG sources, beam characterization tools, and experimental chambers. Common to all our beamline components is the long-term stability, resulting in low maintenance efforts.
Using our many years of experience allows you to fully concentrate on your experiments.
Cost-effective one-piece chambers or modular frame technology for highest flexibility, we adapt to your needs
Standard HV or UHV, depending on the application. High-precision vacuum skimmers contain the gas load with a 1E-4 pressure drop to down-stream chambers
Modular target setup for solid, gas, and rotating targets gives flexibility for future experiments.
The high-LDT gas target with closed-loop gas control and beam stabilization ensures constant gas flow for months and keeps maintenance efforts small
XUV beam characterization
In-line monitoring ensures reproducibility of results. Power, beam profile, and spectrum are basic parameters, suited for continuous on-line monitoring
pump-probe target setups
Collinear or non-collinear geometry setups including XUV beam separation and segmented filters. Motorized double mirror assembly for XUV/VIS-NIR delay with a resolution down to 5-10 attoseconds
experimental target diagnostics
Turn-key integration of experimental instrumentation: electron/ion TOF spectrometers, VMI, hemispherical analyzers, and others. Seamless control in lab control software suite
Collaborative customization projects
Our approach to specific instrument development is customer-centric. We make sure we understand your experiment and your requirements first to clearly define specifications. Over the course of the project, milestones and thorough design reviews are installed. This gives you full transparency over the project status and full control over instrument design and materials.
We are eager to expand horizons together. Contact us to discuss your beamline application.