To celebrate its 15th anniversary, Pro-Lite Technology has booked its largest stand to date (24m2) to better display new and innovative products.
Pro-Lite will focus on four technology areas with its 2017 Photonex exhibit:
- Laser Safety: in addition to the Pro-Lite/Laservision Laser Safety Workshop on Wednesday 11th October, Pro-Lite will be exhibiting a selection of new laser safety filters and various eyewear frame styles from Laservision. Of particular interest will be the polycarbonate P1M03 filter which is a clear filter with excellent colour recognition, visible light transmission and high levels of protection throughout the infrared. The filters will be displayed alongside samples of laser safety curtains for large area protection and cabin windows.
- Opto-Mechanics: Pro-Lite will be joined by German partners OWIS who are launching a range of new, ultra-high vacuum (UHV) compatible opto-mechanical and motion control equipment. OWIS’s UHV equipment is suitable for use in pressure ranges down to 10-9 mbar. In addition, a range of standard OWIS optical components and stages will also be on display.
- Spectroscopy: Pro-Lite will be highlighting the latest spectrometers from Wasatch Photonics and Ocean Optics. Wasatch use transmission volume phase holographic gratings and low f-number optical bench designs resulting in spectrometers that excel in low light level applications such as Raman and fluorescence spectroscopy. The Wasatch team has recently introduced a family of Raman spectrometers for multiple excitation wavelengths. Pro-Lite will be running a Raman demo using a 785nm device measuring from a variety of test samples. Also on display will be the very latest spectrometers from Ocean Optics. A demonstration will be provided of emission and colour spectroscopy using the new high speed Ocean FX to monitor a tuneable LED source.
- The company will also display a range of spectral imaging products.
Please note that Pro-Lite is supporting the Photonex exhibition by presenting parallel workshops on Laser Safety and on Light Measurement Theory and Pro-Lite’s Dr Nick Barnett has assisted The Enlighten Conference organisers with the coordination of the Hyperspectral Imaging Conference.