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Never be left in the dark with this LED light meter

Never be left in the dark with this LED light meter
With the ever growing demand for LED lighting systems, Martindale Electric have now made it quick and easy to verify the performance of new LED installations with the LM195, a high quality light meter with built in correction factors for LED light sources. The LM195 delivers fast, reliable readings for a wide range of LED, fluorescent and incandescent lighting, suitable for ensuring regulatory compliance and adequate performance of new and existing lighting systems in industrial and commercial environments.
30th July 2018

Detectors with IR filters for NO2 measuring

Detectors with IR filters for NO2 measuring
It has been announced that LASER COMPONENTS is offering its pyroelectric detectors with narrow-band IR filters for NO2 measuring (filter option V). This innovative change makes the challenging NO2 measurement possible with non-dispersive infrared sensors (NDIR), especially in combination with the company’s differential pyros. 
25th July 2018

Digital microscope provides real time depth

Digital microscope provides real time depth
It has been announced that Roxel UK, a designer and manufacturer of solid rocket propulsion systems for land, sea and air defence systems, has acquired a VHX Series Digital Microscope from KEYENCE, to assist with rigorous testing.
24th July 2018


First OTA beam hopping test successfully concluded

Current satellite communication systems use static beams, with little or no options of adjusting beam capacity to a varying demand. Beam hopping, based on the DVB-S2X broadcasting standard, allows redirecting capacity between beams, making satellite systems more flexible and efficient. Working with WORK Microwave and Eutelsat, the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS has successfully demonstrated beam hopping in an over-the-air test for the first time.
19th July 2018

Compact device WaveEye offers precise wavelength measurement

Compact device WaveEye offers precise wavelength measurement
The portfolio of LASER COMPONENTS now includes WaveEye, a compact and versatile wavelength measuring device for cw or quasi-cw lasers between 450nm and 950nm. The measurement data is available at a rate of 1kHz without any warm-up delay. It can be used for an optical input power range between 0.1uW and 1mW. The digital measured value output is carried out via a USB connection, which also serves as a power supply.
21st June 2018

COUNT: single photon detection from 350 to 1000nm

COUNT: single photon detection from 350 to 1000nm
LASER COMPONENTS’ COUNT series of photon counting modules has been developed to offer a combination of high quantum efficiency, wide dynamic range and ease of use for photon counting applications. Combining our ultra-low-noise avalanche photodiodes with specially developed quenching and signal processing electronics, the COUNT series offers everything needed for single photon detection from 350 - 1000nm.
21st June 2018

Thermal imaging testing prevents failures

Thermal imaging testing prevents failures
In the Northern hemisphere, November through to March is a particularly testing time for any energy supplier. Electrical load is at its highest and the likelihood of a breakdown is far greater so the quick and efficient detection of faulty power lines and connections is vital. For many utility companies thermal imaging has significantly boosted their ability for preventing failures.
4th June 2018

Thermal imaging measurement tracks crop canopy temperature

Thermal imaging measurement tracks crop canopy temperature
A new application note has been published by FLIR Systems which describes how scientists at the Australian Plant Phenomics Facility, CSIRO Agriculture & Food, Canberra (Australia) used a FLIR A645sc thermal imaging camera to capture and record thermal distributions and variations in crop canopies.
4th May 2018

Smart leak detection for oil and gas pipelines

Smart leak detection for oil and gas pipelines
  An application note has been published by FLIR Systems that describes how IntelliView, a Canadian specialist video analytics company, developed a smart camera solution based on a FLIR thermal camera to remotely automatically monitor oil pump stations for leaks.
3rd May 2018

High speed quality checks down to high-performance camera testing

High speed quality checks down to high-performance camera testing
Whether sauces, snacks or ready meals have to be filled and packaged, high throughput and quick format changes matter in the packaging systems and food industry, and to the highest standards of quality and hygiene, too. For this purpose, the sensors used have to be able to do one thing above all: meet high demands for power, flexibility and hygiene all at the same time.
30th April 2018


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