Edmundâ€™s family of beam expanders offers high performance optical designs packaged in a precise opto-mechanical platform, with smooth movement for the optics and a precise focusing mechanism.
Horiba Jobin Yvon has launched its new series of combined Raman and FTIR microscope systems, which provide an expanded range of micro-analysis facilities upon the single benchtop instrument.
Pacer Components has introduced a range of high-brightness, square, visible LEDs manufactured by Optek Technology. The high-power OVF series is ideally suited to a wide variety of roles that include signage, automotive, traffic control, decorative and lan
StockerYale has introduced the UV Cobra Linescan Illuminator, which emits at 375nm and 395nm, and is based on StockerYaleâ€™s unique, patented chip-on-board reflective array (COBRA) technology.
Photon has introduced the USBeamPro, a high dynamic beam profiler and dedicated software package with a USB 2.0 interface. It provides a high level of portability for beam profiling.
Thermo Electron Corporation has introduced the VN Absolute Specular Reflectance accessory for use with its Evolution 300/600 UV-Vis spectrophotometer series, for QC and research applications.
Laser Components has released the PDL-1315M/TM transmitter module, constructed using a 1300nm Edge Emitting LED (ELED), coupling its optical output into single mode optical fibre.
Laservision is now offering plastic windows for CO2 lasers, certified according to DIN EN 207. They can be being built into laser safety housings, and for integrated into laser marking systems.
Jenoptik Laser, Optik, Systeme has launched a diversified range of thermographic camera modules. Designed to meet industry-standard requirements, the OEM infrared camera modules can be installed wherever heat distribution patterns have to be visualised.
Cedip Infrared Systems has launched Pharos â€“ a high resolution multi-sensor platform specifically designed for short to medium range day/night surveillance applications such as early fire detection.
American software firm Lambda Research has recently introduced an optics design add-on for its mechanical design software SolidWorks, that allows designers to incorporate optical components with the SolidWorks environment.