|Evolution of a Frame Grabber company 28 Feb 2017|
BitFlow has learned to adapt and create in the ever changing technology world. Over the past 24 years, while continuing to evolve, BitFlow has developed a reputation of great customer service and technical support. This article explores the paths BitFlow has taken to become the successful company they are today.
|Large format NBPF – a uniformity challenge 06 Feb 2017|
Iridian demonstrates breakthrough capability for large format, high uniformity narrow bandpass filter
|New ultraviolet laser module for sensors 13 Dec 2016|
SHARP Laboratories of Europe present the first compact laser for UVC wavelengths near 220nm
|The pco.dimax cs series: an introduction of peerless flexibility in high-speed imaging 14 Sep 2016|
Please see pco.dimax cs brochure for additional technical details and how the pco.dimax cs camera series can make a positive contribution to your work
|Driving Parallel Axes with Lockstep Movement 07 Sep 2016|
Digitally Synchronized Gantries for a Flexible and Powerful Solution
|Spectroscopy of Sports Drinks 12 Aug 2016|
Ocean Optics explores the composition of several sample sports beverages using modular spectroscopy.
|Clearly Superior: Epoxies for Optical Applications 2 28 Jul 2016|
White paper reviews important considerations when choosing an epoxy for optical applications.
|Why using a BitFlow Frame Grabber in your Machine Vision Application is the best decision. 03 May 2016|
It's not the easiest job to be a frame grabber company, but it can be. Individually, the frame grabber doesn't sell itself. It's a sub-component of a vision system like the cables or the lens. The main component that determines the sale of the machine vision system is the sensor. The customer asks themselves a few questions when developing a machine vision solution.
|The unique broadband spectrum of the venteon power for Differential Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering (D-CARS). 11 Apr 2016|
CARS microscopy is a well-known 3rd order nonlinear process which provides both chemical specificity and 3D spatial resolution without the need to label the living cells2
|Resolution Requirements in Electronic Imaging 01 Mar 2016|
Archer OpTx’s design and manufacturing teams work closely with customers that contact
Archer OpTx when their applications demand better or more specialized performance than currently available optics. The target for Archer OpTx is to get you the optimum solution for your imaging requirement that is drop-in ready for your system.
This technical note is intended to provide guidelines for determining the resolution requirements for electronic imaging systems. The emphasis will be on: a) the correct goals for each application, and b) taking the total system (imaging chain) into account.
|NIR spectroscopy system aids in the diagnosis of neonatal brain injury 07 Jan 2016|
Over the past several years, biomedical researchers and engineers working in labs, hospitals, and universities around the world have developed an extensive set of spectroscopy based methods
|Raman Spectroscopy of pigmented human tissue in the SWIR 24 Nov 2015|
Early diagnosis of melanoma skin cancer is lifesaving. Medical researchers have developed a Raman spectroscopy instrument based on the Cougar-640 to develop a cutting-edge method to accelerate the diagnosis of melanoma.
|Admesy presents LED measurement: radiant power measurement 07 Oct 2015|
Admesy, supplier of advanced measurement systems, clarifies the procedure for accurate measurements of LED and SSL (Solid
State Lighting) products by means of an integrating sphere.
|PCO presents an unprecedented luminescence lifetime imaging camera: the pco.flim 16 Sep 2015|
Detailed information about fluorescence lifetime imaging using the pco.flim camera can be found in our new white paper
|Spark Spectral Sensor Offers Advantages 25 Aug 2015|
Spark is a small spectral sensor from Ocean Optics that bridges the spectral measurement gap between
filter-based devices such as RGB color sensors and CCD-array instruments such as miniature spectrometers.