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Pyroelectric detectors for infrared spectrometers

Pyroelectric detectors for infrared spectrometers
Manufacturer of Deuterated L-Alanine doped Triglycine Sulphate (DLaTGS) pyroelectric detectors for infrared spectrometers, LASER COMPONENTS, supplies customers all over the world with these industrial grade detectors from its research and production facility in Florida. DLaTGS has several advantages over standard TGS, the material is doped with deuterium to raise the Currie temperature to 61°C, while doping with L-alanine prevents permanent depoling after excursions above the Currie temperature.
3rd November 2017

Heavy duty liquid level switch with glass sensor tip

Heavy duty liquid level switch with glass sensor tip
Developer and manufacturer of fluid and gas sensing solutions, SST Sensing, has released its Optomax Industrial Glass devices which are targeted at installation within harsh industrial environments. Thanks to their stainless steel construction and glass sensor tip, these single point liquid level switches exhibit elevated operational robustness. As a result, these devices are suited to applications where they are exposed to extreme temperatures (up to 125°C) and high pressures (up to 600bar).
3rd November 2017

Low noise infrared camera is looking at the sky

Low noise infrared camera is looking at the sky
The 6-telescope beam combination instrument developed by the University of Exeter (UK) and the University of Michigan (USA), MIRC-X, together with C-RED One, the low noise infrared camera from First Light Imaging, are opening new perspectives in infrared interferometry for astronomy. The MIRC-X imager is now looking at the sky on the CHARA telescope array, which is supposedly the world’s highestresolution imaging facility in infrared light, located at the Mount Wilson Observatory in California.
19th October 2017


Line scan detectors used in ESA earth observation satellite

Line scan detectors used in ESA earth observation satellite
  LASER COMPONENTS has been working with Xenics, a manufacturer of array detectors that span the short wave infrared region of the spectrum (SWIR). Xenics is based in a factory in Leuven, Belgium and supplies detectors for use in optical coherence tomography, spectroscopy and microscopy.
17th October 2017

IR filters and coatings suitable for NDIR spectroscopy

IR filters and coatings suitable for NDIR spectroscopy
Specialist in the supply of infra-red filters and coatings, LASER COMPONENTS, has announced that its optical components can be used in the analysis of vehicle exhaust emissions using Non Dispersive Infrared spectroscopy (NDIR). The coatings used in narrow band pass filters are made up of several layers which create a complicated process of destructive and constructive interference, isolating a narrow region of the IR spectrum.
11th October 2017

Miniature PIR designed for outdoor luminaire integration

Miniature PIR designed for outdoor luminaire integration
  A miniature IP65-rated PIR presence detector has been launched by CP Electronics, allowing for maximum ease of integration and installation into outdoor luminaires.
9th August 2017

Infrared laser to be at the heart of the industry in coming years

Manufacturers are looking for new opportunities to increase their revenues and margins. In this context, the IR LED market is perceived as a potential new ‘blue ocean’ with attractive opportunities for those players.
8th August 2017

Infrared heaters save church 75% in energy costs

Infrared heaters save church 75% in energy costs
The inefficient underfloor heating system at St Michael’s Church in Wolverhampton has been replaced with Tansun's highly efficient infrared heaters saving over 75% in energy costs. The church’s congregation desperately sought a permanent heating solution to keep them warm during their services that didn’t take hours to preheat. Their previous underfloor heating had to be switched on three days before Sunday service.
2nd August 2017

IR WORKshop 2017 connects infrared research to industry

IR WORKshop 2017 connects infrared research to industry
The fourth international WORKshop on infrared technologies is sponsored by LASER COMPONENTS and will take place on 8th to 9th November 2017 at Arizona State University in Tempe. The goal of the event is to connect infrared research to industry by focusing on but not limited to new developments related to: IR detectors and new materials development; IR sources, lasers, filters, optics MEMS; IR instrument sub systems; IR spectroscopy, sensing and other commercial applications.
13th July 2017

Benchtop based IR thermal test system for live testing

Benchtop based IR thermal test system for live testing
A benchtop based PDR IR-TS One IR Thermal Test System has been introduced by PDR, designed to thermally cycle key critical components and assemblies to detect defects. Using PDR’s Non-Destructive Dual Thermal Stress Screening Process, based on a variation on HALT/HASS principles, the system is able to focus the testing on suspected problem areas to safely screen out early field failures caused by design, environmental, production and structural defects.
21st June 2017


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