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    Strong Lines of Neon ( Ne ) (nist.gov)

    Scroll down to "Air" wavelengths.

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    damn was so so close.
    Something went wrong during the sale. I hadn't somehow placed item in my cart (which is a buyers commitement somehow?) because of the inaccurate shipping estimate. worked out shipment that same day with the seller aall well then moments before commiting to the buy it was taken down because it was sold (and actually bought).

    It wasn't after I posted here but I assumed it was in error and seller said I had a commit to buy (mistaken that it wasn't me having it in cart).

    So sadly lost a great deal on an OSA.. going to have to keep looking it seems

    So far best price for an OSA i can get is about 1500 USD ex shipment so not all too great its on the edge of what I would want to spend (having to include taxes afterward too).

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    Bummer! Hopefully you figure something out

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    I've got one ocean optics Amadeus spectrometer with a calibrated lightsource.
    Let's talk.
    Will there be three phase!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vidal Wolf View Post
    I've got one ocean optics Amadeus spectrometer with a calibrated lightsource.
    Let's talk.
    Gladly! Will send a PM right now.
    Even if it cannot reach down to the 1278nm perhaps it would still be an usefull purchase because it can be used as a future calibration reference for an OSA!

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    Got a working an calibrated OSA underway!
    It's shown to be working and is delicately shipped as i am aware that OSAs have fragile parts that can easily damage in shipment.

    600nm to 1600nm at 0.1nm resolution

    In the end paid about 620 euros delivered.. So that's well within my budget!
    The budget means i even have some left to eventually get an usb spectrometer for the visible wavelengths would I ever want to (not currently).
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