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Astronomy filters for colour imaging

Astronomy filters for colour imaging
Precision photometric filter sets are used widely within the astronomy community. LASER COMPONENTS’ partner, Omega Optical, manufacture a range of filters for colour imaging from Bessel, SDSS and Johnson/Cousins, tailored to accommodate specific detector sensitivities.
18th February 2019

Laser module is dustproof and waterproof

Laser module is dustproof and waterproof
It has been announced that the FLEXPOINT laser module ILM12IP from LASER COMPONENTS is specially designed for outdoor use. Its housing complies with protection class IP67. This means that even the finest dust particles cannot penetrate the housing. Even 30 minutes of submersion in water does not affect the module. 
14th February 2019

Photodigm shifts to extended mode-hop-free performance

Photodigm shifts to extended mode-hop-free performance
DBR lasers from LASER COMPONENTS operate on the single longitudinal mode with the highest gain selected by the Bragg grating. A conventional DBR laser will normally exhibit a continuous, deterministic tuning range of up to 0.2nm before hopping to another mode. While this is sufficient for many applications, others require a wider continuous tuning range.
12th February 2019


Laser white light module unveiled

Laser white light module unveiled
Specialised provider of laser and optoelectronic components, LASER COMPONENTS USA, has demonstrated the ALBALUX FM, a laser white light module with bright and directional fibre optic output for precise and contrast-rich illumination in next-generation medical and machine vision applications.
5th February 2019

Laser rangefinders offer an accuracy of ±1mm

Laser rangefinders offer an accuracy of ±1mm
The Leica DISTO X4, X4 laser rangefinders from Leica Geosystems have been added to the Conrad Business Supplies portfolio adding to its assortment of measurement tools. The robust devices of the DISTO series enables not only simple distance, area and volume measurements but also the measurement of complex objects.
1st February 2019

Optimised visibility in 3D laser scanning

Optimised visibility in 3D laser scanning
The proprietary ambient light suppression technology from Vision Components enables measurements with laser profilers under up to 100,000 lux. This is an all-new feature for the intelligent VCnano3D-Z laser profilers, enabling them to achieve best-in-class performance. The high ambient light immunity results from a high-intensity laser, combined with extremely short exposure times.
22nd January 2019

Laser driver with high power designed for LiDAR architectures

Laser driver with high power designed for LiDAR architectures
Osram Opto Semiconductors announced an ultrafast laser driver with a high power, multi-channel Surface Mount (SMT) laser for LiDAR (Light detection and ranging) systems. Osram and GaN Systems partnered to develop the breakthrough in laser driver technology that enables longer range and higher resolution LiDAR architectures.
3rd January 2019

Digitisers and AWG used for atmospheric research with LIDAR

Digitisers and AWG used for atmospheric research with LIDAR
Atmospheric research uses pulsed laser beams to measure temperature and wind speed along the beams by measuring the Doppler shifted and backscattered light at 100km height in the atmosphere. The returning light signals are very weak and can be blocked by sunlight, but The Leibniz Institute for Atmospheric Physics (IAP) has solved this problem.
12th December 2018

Greater precision while scanning without limits

Greater precision while scanning without limits
OEM laser deflection and positioning systems manufacturer SCANLAB has added even more materials-processing power control capabilities to XL SCAN, the combined solution for simultaneously controlling scan heads and XY stages. For specialised industrial ultra-short pulse (USP) lasers, these new features and algorithms offer control capabilities.
11th December 2018

Entry-level scan head gains even more flexibility

Entry-level scan head gains even more flexibility
Provider of high-precision laser scan systems, SCANLAB, has introduced an additional variant of its entry-level basiCube scan head. This new basiCube model’s SL2-100 interface now allows direct control by RTC5 boards. Execution of highly elaborate laser jobs and more complex graphics is thus possible for laser marking, subsurface glass engraving or similar applications.
31st October 2018


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