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Overcoming Challenges Coating Polymer Optics 20 Aug

EMF a Dynasil Company

Discover how EMF is helping manufacturers save time and money coating polymer optics such as PMMA, PET, PEEK, and CR-39 without sacrificing optical performance.

Continuous Versus Discrete Calibration Sources: Consideration for Use 05 Nov

Optronic Laboratories

High efficiency and long performance, rapid power up, and compact size have made LED-based sources an attractive alternative for lamp-based calibration systems.

Long-range imaging – 800 nm OCT goes ultra-deep 25 Aug

Wasatch Photonics

Achieve imaging depths of up to 12 mm in a single scan with our Cobra-S 800 nm OCT optical spectrometer. Offering comparable image resolution at a much more cost-effective operating wavelength, long-range imaging at 800 nm has the potential to open up new opportunities for the practical application of long-range imaging in ophthalmology, medicine, and nondestructive testing.

One laser, multi-color nanoscopy 02 Nov

Hubner Photonics

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.

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Optimize the performance and cost of your automated optical imaging system 09 Sep

Dover Motion

Optimize the performance and cost of your automated optical imaging system with 6 key equations for selecting an imaging sensor, objective lens, Z-focusing nano-positioning stage and XY sample positioning motion. Topics covered include: optimal imaging sensor size and resolution, objective lens magnification and numerical aperture, and XYZ motion resolution and stability requirements to enable crisp images. Also discussed is how diffraction affects image resolution, and how to calculate the depth of field for a given objective lens.

Optimize the performance and cost of your automated optical imaging system 09 Sep

Dover Motion

Optimize the performance and cost of your automated optical imaging system with 6 key equations for selecting an imaging sensor, objective lens, Z-focusing nano-positioning stage and XY sample positioning motion. Topics covered include: optimal imaging sensor size and resolution, objective lens magnification and numerical aperture, and XYZ motion resolution and stability requirements to enable crisp images. Also discussed is how diffraction affects image resolution, and how to calculate the depth of field for a given objective lens.

LISUN GROUP launched Integrating sphere and Flicker system to meet new ErP EU2019/2020 standard 09 Aug

LISUN Group

At present, ErP has issued new regulations (ErP Regulations (EU) 2019/2020 for Lighting Products and Energy Efficiency Labelling Regulations (EU) 2019/2015) on 5th December, 2019. The new regulations have come into effect on 25th December, 2019. That is, from 25th December, 2019, you can apply for the ErP of the new regulations. The new regulations will be enforced on 1st September, 2021. It means from 1st September, 2021, all products must be applied for in accordance with the new regulations. , The old regulations EC 244/2009, EC 245/2009, EU 1194/2012 and the energy efficiency label regulation EU 874/2012 are simultaneously invalidated.

Camera Image Quality & Sensor Size How Many Megapixels is Too Many? 17 Jun

Pro-lite Technology

Pro-Lite provides a solution for almost any application in measuring the colour and brightness of light sources and displays. From a simple, inexpensive lux meter, to the world's most advanced imaging photometers, we have a light meter that you can rely upon to give you accurate, repeatable data.

The “New” Raman: Streamlined, Flexible and Powerful 11 May

Pro-lite

It has been over 90 years since C.V. Raman received the Nobel Prize in Physics for the discovery which bears his name. Since that time, successive improvements in measurement systems have enabled Raman spectroscopy to become a powerful and versatile analytical tool that is applied in a vast array of applications from material science to medical diagnostics.

Infrared sensing using nanocrystal toward on demand light matter coupling 06 May

New Imaging Technology

Nanocrystals are semiconductor nanoparticles whose optical properties can be tuned from UV up to THz. They are used as sources of green and red light for displays, and also show exhibit promises to design low-cost infrared detectors. Coupling subwavelength optical resonators to nanocrystals film enables to design photodiodes that absorb 80% of incident light from thin (<150 nm) nanocrystal film. It thus becomes possible to overcome the constraints linked to the short diffusion lengths which result from transport by hopping within arrays of nanocrystals enabling high photoresponse detector operating in the SWIR range.

Infrared sensing using nanocrystal toward on demand light matter coupling 06 May

New Imaging Technology

Nanocrystals are semiconductor nanoparticles whose optical properties can be tuned from UV up to THz. They are used as sources of green and red light for displays, and also show exhibit promises to design low-cost infrared detectors. Coupling subwavelength optical resonators to nanocrystals film enables to design photodiodes that absorb 80% of incident light from thin (<150 nm) nanocrystal film. It thus becomes possible to overcome the constraints linked to the short diffusion lengths which result from transport by hopping within arrays of nanocrystals enabling high photoresponse detector operating in the SWIR range.

The Solution to Coating DLC on Chalcogenides 29 Apr

EMF

Coating chalcogenides with DLC is notoriously challenging and requires specialized technical expertise to meet the high performance and durability demands of IR applications

5 Applications of Gratings 29 Apr

Wasatch Photonics

Diffraction gratings that operate in transmission can be used for many different applications, providing high efficiency, low stray light, and a range of dispersion options from 150-5000 lines/mm and operating at wavelengths 300-2500 nm. They also enable more compact, lens-based designs. Here, we review the top 5 most popular applications we see at Wasatch Photonics, and how our VPH transmission gratings excel at each.

The Solution to Coating DLC on Chalcogenides 29 Apr

EMF

Coating chalcogenides with DLC is notoriously challenging and requires specialized technical expertise to meet the high performance and durability demands of IR applications

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