UK optoelectronics device manufacturer and laser diode specialist, Photonic Products, has developed a range of compact and affordable laser modules generating an accurate line or cross at 635nm or 650nm.
Pacer Components has launched a high-power, miniature, surface mount infrared LED and phototransistor range, providing numerous application opportunities including industrial controls, portable and automotive electronics and non-contact position sensing.
Custom fibre assemblies, from Laser Components, have extended the range of standard assemblies for telecommunications, with core sizes from 50Âµm diameter, and special cables for sensor and medical technologies.
JDSU has introduced a laser architecture that offers high precision solutions for industrial and commercial applications. The Industrial Diode Laser System (IDL) provides up to 100W of power.
Edmund Optics has introduced its new illumination delivery technology, EOS, to create new opportunities for the use of LEDs in automotive headlamps, scientific instrument lighting and surgical headlamps.
Horiba Jobin Yvon has introduced the LabRAM Raman/PL microscope configuration designed to provide everything needed for molecular characterisation of nanomaterials on one benchtop system.
Phoenix Photonics has launched an eight-channel polarisation controller, based on its popular range of electronically variable all-fibre waveplates. The instrument offers both conventional manual polarisation control and analogue voltage control.
Photonic Products has introduced Sony's new, high power, 808nm wavelength array laser diodes, the SLD 43 series; designed for high-power solid-state laser excitation or material processing applications.
The new Chameleon Ultra laser from Coherent extends the capabilities of multiphoton excitation (MPE) microscopy by delivering a combination of wavelength tuning range, fast scanning and high peak power.
Photonic Products has launched a 660nm laser diode module with a very high, very stable output power of 70mW and adjustable AR coated glass optics.
With the new monochrome camera ProgRes MFcool, Jenoptik now offers a professional solution for a multitude of tasks â€“ and not just in fluorescence microscopy.
Edmund Opticsâ€™ has released a new series of lenses that exhibit near-diffraction limited performance for applications requiring superior image quality or focusing performance over a broad spectral range.