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Newport has introduced its new family of 818-ST2 and 818-ST2-UV wand detectors
Laser 2000 has announced the availability of the WaveGauge digital wavefront sensors, produced by PhaseView, for the characterisation of aspheric optics
PhaseView has introduced its WaveGauge digital wavefront sensor, able to provide an unprecedented amount of wavefront data on a super-resolution 500 x 500 grid with at-pixel (6.45µm) resolution.
Dilas has added wavelength stabilisation technology to its range of high-power diode lasers, suitable for applications such as pumping solid-state lasers, fibre lasers and optical pumping of alkaline vapours
PhotonTec Berlin has introduced a wavelength-stabilized 976nm diode laser with 60W output power through an optical fibre with a 105 micron core and NA 0.22
Photonic Products has recently acquired the rights to sell Ondax's low-cost wavelength-stabilised diodes. They come in a standard TO package and achieve stabilisation using the Ondax Volume Holographic Grating (VHG) PowerLocker.
Trioptics has released its WaveMaster system, which provides real time wave front measurement and analysis of spherical and aspheric single lenses as well as complete objectives using the Shack-Hartmann Sensor technology.
Laser Components has introduced Wavepower, an easy-to-use tool that can measure the wavelength and output power measurement of laser diodes and laser diode modules simultaneously.
Laser Components has introduced Wavepower, an instrument that provides an easy way of determining both wavelength and output power of low power lasers
Armstrong Optical has introduced a new WaveSensor device for wave front analysis, manufactured by Trioptics
WaveSensor, the Shack-Hartmann wavefront sensors from Trioptics measure the wavefront and lens shape of spherical and aspherical lenses in real time
Ophir has released its WaveStar spectrometer, which improves the level of accuracy and ease in spectral measurements.
Superabrasives specialist Engis has introduced its advanced wax mounting system to the UK wafer polishing and optics market
Mitsubishi Electric has released a switchable power amplifier for WCDMA handsets that increases the talk time while reducing the number of components on the BOM.
Syngene has released a web-based filter and lighting selector. This service is designed to save researchers using Syngene image analysers valuable time, by helping them choose the right filter and lighting combination for a vast range of dye applications.
Bright Solutions has introduced a more compact version of its existing Wedge HF Q-switched DPSS laser, offering 180µJ pulse energy at 1,064nm with 700ps pulse widths and 10-100kHz repetition rates
Raylase has unveiled the new version of its flexible and sophisticated laser marking and material processing software, Weldmark 3.0, and has set what it claims is a new benchmark in laser-based 3D processing
Newport Corporation has introduced the WEU-02, a wavelength extension unit designed to expand the capability of femtosecond lasers
Deposition Sciences has introduced a new range of wide angle, broadband anti-reflective (BBAR) coatings, particularly well suited for gimbal windows and sensor detector assemblies on unmanned aircraft systems
Frankfurt Laser Company has introduced its next generation 532nm green DPSS laser. The device features a wide operating temperature range of -40 to 50C
The new Jenoptik 1.0 / 7.5mm wide-angle lens has been designed for thermographic cameras of the current VarioCAM HD and IR-TCM HD series.
Phoenix Photonics has introduced a wideband fibre polariser to its polarisation control range of products
NIT has introduced the WiDy SWIR camera, integrating an ultra-wide dynamic range IngaAs sensor operating from 900nm up to 1700nm
Laser Components has released V4.1 of its WinSPF software for the SPF-290S sunscreen protection factor analyser
WITec, a manufacturer of high-resolution optical and scanning probe microscopy solutions, has introduced the WITec Project Plus software package for advanced data evaluation and chemometric image processing.
Wavelength Electronics has updated its WLD3343 General Purpose Laser Diode Driver to feature higher output current, lower noise and no leakage current
Arges has introduced a highly-integrated, powerful scan head called Wombat, a compact, all-in-one laser processing system combining precise 2D and 3D optical scanning solutions, using the Spectra-Physics Explorer OEM laser
Selex Sensors and Airborne Systems has launched Wren, a high performance uncooled single element pyroelectric detector for use in infrared (IR) microscopy.
Fibre optic test and measurement equipment manufacturer Yenista Optics has added a new option to its manual optical tuneable bandpass filter, the WSM-160 BP
Microoled and the CEA-Leti have launched a tiny silicon-based OLED microdisplay.
KMLabs has introduced the Wyvern laser. KMLabs has introduced the Wyvern laser. The laser produces light with the following properties: 20ÁJ at 100kHz, sub-50fs, with a 50kHz-200kHz repetition rate range.
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