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Cobolt, a part of Hübner Photonics, has added a new wavelength of 640nm to the Cobolt 05-01 series of single frequency lasers

Laser Components now stocks WaveEye, a compact and versatile wavelength measuring device for cw or quasi-cw lasers between 450nm and 950nm

Techsil has launched a new UV meter from UV curing equipment specialists, Hönle. The UV-Meter measures intensity and dose of UV and UV-LED curing units and systems

Schneider-Kreuznach is converting its filter holders from black chrome to Gliss-Coat

A new series of single axis platform flexures from Siskiyou Corporation offer highly stable, economical mounting of optical components, along with single axis tilt adjustment

A look at the use of optical mirrors in space telescopes, and a round-up of the commercial offerings available for every application

Edmund Optics has introduced Techspec divergent adjustable (DA) fixed broadband beam expanders, optimised at a wide range of wavelengths for maximum flexibility, making them ideal for use with demanding tunable laser sources.

Iolight has launched an Android app for its Magnificent Mobile Microscope, which complements the existing app for iPads and iPhones and means that the Magnificent Mobile Microscope can now be used with most field portable screens.

Attocube, a developer of nanoprecise motion solutions, has released the Amc100, which is available for all industrial line temperature positioners

Witec has launched the Alpha300 Ri inverted Raman microscope. It combines the advantages of data acquisition from below with the established merits of 3D confocal Raman imaging, a powerful and versatile technique that can chemically characterise samples non-destructively and without labelling or other specialised preparation

Luxendo, a Bruker company, has extended its InVi SPIM microscope to include full incubation capabilities, as well as flexible illumination and detection optics. Luxendo’s single-plane illumination microscopy (SPIM) technique reduces sampling times over conventional laser scanning confocal microscopes, while reducing phototoxicity and damaging side effects on living specimens. The new technology also enables the fastest scan speeds for volumetric imaging of small organisms, cell monolayers, and cleared tissue.

At the Light and Building trade fair in March, GL Optic launched of the GL Opticam 1.0 – an optical digital image camera system

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