|Choosing the Right Camera Comes Down to the Application 24 Aug|
There are many types of cables and connectors used with today’s industrial cameras. Determining what camera interface makes the most sense for a vision system comes down to several factors. This guide will explore and provide an understanding of the available interfaces within the industrial and scientific area scan camera market, along with each of their key features.
|Polymeric Systems Bring Clarity to Optical Applications 24 May|
Understand optical transmission, refractive indices, temperature and humidity testing, as well as the role of these measurements in choosing an effective adhesive for optical applications.
|Leveraging the High Speed Averaging Mode in Ocean SR2 Spectrometers 27 Sep|
High Speed Averaging Mode is a new function in Ocean Insight’s Ocean SR2 spectrometers that dramatically improves signal to noise ratio performance
|Transmissive Optical Components for >100 kW CW Laser Systems 20 Sep|
Since the invention of the first laser in 1960, the constant development and expansion of laser technology has led to the production of the modern-day versions of high-power continuous-wave (CW) laser systems that are now being used in various industries.
|Modified SiC mirrors: low-loss solution from UV to Mid-IR. Galvo-scanning systems, laser material processing, sensing and other applications 16 Aug|
Every day, new applications for laser light emerge and current ones – from laser manufacturing and processing to LiDARs – are growing in both importance and market size. A considerable number of these applications use galvo scanning systems to control the laser beam and guide it to perform a specific task. Altechna now has a lowloss solution to do these tasks as efficiently as possible.
|Interfacing the Vision Research S990 to the BitFlow Cyton-CXP frame grabber 04 Aug|
This document explains how to interface the Vision Research S990, a high speed camera running 4K x 2k at 1000 FPS, to the Cyton-CXP4.
|A Better Way to Focus: Linear Motor Focusing Stage Provides Superior Alternative to Piezo Actuators 22 Mar|
This white paper addresses high performance Z axis focusing for automated microscopy, along with some recent innovations in this space. Historically, piezo driven actuators have been used for these applications, but a Piezo actuator has very distinct limitations. Direct drive linear motor stages provide many advantages when compared to piezo nanopositioners. This whitepaper discusses both approaches to Z focusing motion.
|Sb to Mn Energy Transfer Revealed using Time-Resolved Emission Spectroscopy (TRES) 09 Mar|
Zero-dimensional (0D) metal halide hybrids are an emerging class of semiconducting materials for optoelectronic applications including light-emitting diodes, lasers and photovoltaics.
|VPH Gratings: Flexibility in Design 28 Feb|
Wasatch Photonics VPH gratings offer optical and instrument designers a tremendous amount of flexibility to optimize performance for a specific application. In this tech note, we’ll discuss the benefits of the various standard and patented grating design technologies at our disposal, and the general grating parameters we can control to meet your specific needs – for wavelengths spanning 300-2500 nm.
|A new spectroradiometer drastically improves filter quality 06 Jan|
Admesy develops spectroradiometers, colorimeters and light meters. They are used in large volume 24/7 production testing as well in smaller volume niche system manufacturers. One example is the successful cooperation now started with Cutting Edge Coatings GmbH (CEC).
|Continuous Versus Discrete Calibration Sources: Consideration for Use 05 Nov 2021|
High efficiency and long performance, rapid power up, and compact size have made LED-based sources an attractive alternative for lamp-based calibration systems.
|One laser, multi-color nanoscopy 02 Nov 2021|
In this white paper we present a new technique that makes use of a single laser to excite multiple fluorophores in the same spectral range (red/far-red) coupled to a spectral demixing strategy that allows diffraction limits to be overcome thereby permitting 3D multi-color nanoscopy with increased simplicity, speed, and reliability of output data.