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Yet another scanning Monochromator build

Yet another scanning Monochromator build

Kerry D. Wong writes:

A while ago, I saw a video on the signal path in which Shahriar modified his Verity EP200Mmd monochromator/detector and turned it into a scanning monochromator. Inspired by his work, I decided to do something similar. Since I do not have the equipment to make the mechanical pieces, I decided to take another route. In this post, I will show you a simple and non-intrusive way to make the EP200Mmd a scanning monochromator. A video discussing the build and some experiments is included towards the end.

More details at Kerry Wong’s project page.

Check out the video after the break.

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