Optoelectronics

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Large prisms for demanding spectroscopic applications

Large prisms for demanding spectroscopic applications
Optical Surfaces is manufacturer of large, high quality prisms for spectroscopic, surveying and telescope applications. Prisms are solid optics that are ground and polished into geometrical and optically significant shapes where the angle, position, and number of surfaces help define the type and function. Spectroscopic applications typically demand that prisms must be manufactured with very strict tolerances and accuracies.
5th December 2019

Eradicating diseases with fluorescence microscopy

Eradicating diseases with fluorescence microscopy
With the increasing use of antimicrobial drugs, the evolution of pathogens and diseases has increased exponentially. The need to better characterise and elucidate novel pathways to neutralise or eradicate these threats is of paramount importance.
4th December 2019

LED lighting for sustainable marine-based fish farming

LED lighting for sustainable marine-based fish farming
Signify has been chosen as the main provider of underwater LED lighting for the marine-based fish farms of Australis Seafoods in Chile. Australis chose Signify because of its commitment to a sustainable world, strongly supporting Australis’ objectives for responsible and efficient fish farming. 
27th November 2019


Designing robust optical systems for space applications

Designing robust optical systems for space applications
Resolve Optics has announced its active participation in designing and supplying robust optical systems for a range of different space projects over the last few years. Designing optical systems for satellites and spacecraft is challenging due to the harsh conditions that space places upon components and systems working in this remote environment.
26th November 2019

Next generation intelligent 360° camera system

Next generation intelligent 360° camera system
Katai announced today the availability of its next generation, high resolution 360° video camera named BlueJay. BlueJay features a number of industry firsts such as: a 48 Mega Pixel advanced sensor, a very wide and automatically adjustable field of view (up to 360°) with a single point of focus, built-in edge analytics and processing.
21st November 2019

High gain and low noise large area avalanche photodiodes

High gain and low noise large area avalanche photodiodes
Avalanche photodiodes (APDs) are very sensitive semiconductors that exploit the photoelectric effect to convert light to electricity and are the semiconductor analogue of photomultipliers. Their spectral response depends upon the substrate used, for example, silicon detects in the ~150-1100nm region, whilst InGaAs extends to 1.7um.
19th November 2019

Four models introduced for light microscopy applications

Four models introduced for light microscopy applications
ZEISS has introduced four new high-quality CMOS cameras for digital imaging in light microscopy. These cameras complete the portfolio of proven ZEISS Axiocam models which stand for excellent performance in demanding microscopy applications. 
18th November 2019

Deep learning-enabled machine vision camera

Deep learning-enabled machine vision camera
FLIR Systems has announced the launch of the FLIR Firefly DL, a deep learning, inference-enabled machine vision camera with FLIR Neuro technology. With its small size, low weight, minimal power consumption, and deep learning capabilities, the FLIR Firefly DL camera is well suited for embedding into mobile, desktop, and handheld systems.
16th October 2019

Custom designs for isosceles Brewster prisms

Custom designs for isosceles Brewster prisms
LASER COMPONENTS has a wealth of experience in the manufacture and specialist coating of laser optics, including optical prisms. Its Isosceles Brewster prisms are used primarily in beam deflection and compensation of GVDs (group velocity dispersion) in femtosecond laser applications.
10th October 2019

Optical filters for Raman spectroscopy for pharmacology

Optical filters for Raman spectroscopy for pharmacology
Raman spectroscopy is a molecular identification technique. Usually a monochromatic light source such as a laser is used to interact with the molecular vibrations in the system. The energy state of the laser is subsequently shifted up or down. 
27th August 2019


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