|On-line Quality Control Measurements in Varying Conditions 07 Apr 2015|
Modern miniature spectroscopy is well suited for process environments, where real-time monitoring of raw stock, routine processes and finished goods is critical. Modularity of spectrometers, light sources and sampling optics allows for deeper implementation of instrumentation into the process flow, and makes it much simpler to optimize setups
|Deeply Cooled, Scientific InGaAs Cameras Facilitate NIR-II / SWIR Imaging for Drug Discovery / Small-Animal Research 25 Jan 2015|
For decades, x-ray and UV-vis-NIR detection methods have been used in various scientific, military, and medical applications. Although generally employed to good success, these systems nonetheless have some limitations when utilized for such types of work.
|Real-Time Imaging of Singlet Oxygen via Innovative Microspectroscopy Instrument 15 Jan 2015|
New Two-Dimensional InGaAs Detector Thermoelectrically Cooled to –85°C Facilitates Scientific Research
|Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging – application simplified… 15 Jan 2015|
PCO consider the potential of fluorescence intensity imaging
|The truth about range data 25 Nov 2014|
DRS Technologies on how to assess thermal camera range capability for site design purposes.
|Understanding line scan cameras 19 Nov 2014|
Teledyne Dalsa on discover the benefits of line scan cameras, including perfect, high resolution images, and the ability to image large objects.
|Sponsored feature: Vision systems – what you need to know 28 Aug 2014|
Teledyne Dalsa on the key criteria to consider when selecting a camera-based system for manufacturing quality control.
|Sponsored Q&A: MCT’s advantages as an infrared material 18 Jun 2014|
DRS Technologies on the comparative strength of MCT for infrared detector applications.
|The leadless chip carrier and milestones of low-cost thermal detector packaging 14 Apr 2014|
DRS Technologies on the technology that has helped cut the cost of thermal sensors by 40 per cent.