We have designated space in the MRSEC CFL for an Acton Research TriplePro triple spectrometer and a Princeton Instruments Spec-10:100BR detector. The TriplePro spectrograph will be coupled to the existing CLF Pulsed Spectra-Physics Nd:YAG 250 Series laser. This Nd:YAG laser is combined with an Optical Parametric Oscillator (OPO) tunable from 450 nm up to 1.8 µm. The energy per pulse in this range is in the order of few tens of mJ, and the YAG laser itself can be used as a powerful (hundreds of mJ) laser source for each of its lines. When completed this instrumentation will provide excellent light throughput and laser-light rejection as well as the low noise, high NIR quantum efficiency, and spatial resolution needed for biomaterials and metalloprotein research.