From correcting vision to treating cancer, lasers have a variety of uses inside hospitals and clinics. As with any application involving a laser, rigorous attention needs to be paid to safety. However, this becomes more difficult when the user isn’t an engineer and may be performing delicate life-saving procedures.
Pro-Lite Technology has opened for business in Spain and Portugal with the creation of Pro-Lite Technology Iberia
Pro-Lite Technology (Cranfield, UK) has announced that Dr Nick Barnett has recently joined their UK team as business development manager for their Remote Sensing and Spectroscopy Group
Pro-Lite Technology has introduced a portable, touch-screen illuminance photometer designed along similar lines to a smart phone; the CL-70F from Konica Minolta
Distributor Pro-Lite Technologies has introduced two new spectroradiometer products - the TOCS series of integrating sphere spectroradiometers from Labsphere and the USB2000+IRRAD based on an Ocean Optics spectrometer
UK distributor Pro-Lite Technology has announced that it now distributes the line of carbon fibre breadboads manufactured by CarbonVision, offering enhanced dampening and thermal properties compared to steel
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The measurement of luminaires has traditionally been performed with a photometer placed in the far-field, which measures the illuminance from the light source one angle at a time. A near-field goniophotometer exploits the latest advances in imaging photometry and represents a more affordable and flexible option compared with a far-field instrument.
Coherent has expanded its range of LaserCam HR laser beam profilers with high resolution models designed for testing lasers in the ultraviolet and near infrared bands.
Coherent has released its laser power meters with enhanced value packages. Several of the most popular meters and sensors have been packaged into system kits so that savings can be passed on to make budgets go even further.
Pro-Lite Technology has released the ProSource 8.0 software from Radiant Imaging.