1. Extreme Ultraviolet (EUV) Detection: SXUV20HS1 High Speed Photodiode Datasheet

    The SXUV20HS1 is a high-speed photodiode ideal for applications that call for tight laser output control, fast responsivity, and measurement stability. It covers the 1 to 200nm (EUV) range and has a Ø 5 mm circular active area.

  2. Extreme Ultraviolet (EUV) Detection: SXUV20HS1 High Speed Photodiode

    This high-speed photodiode has a Ø 5 mm circular active area and is ideal for laser power monitoring applications due to its repeatable measurements and stable responsivity. It covers the 1 to 200nm (EUV) range and can dissipate a high-powered UV laser’s optical energy without the usual measurement degradation that typically occurs after prolonged UV exposure.

  3. IR Cameras and Detectors for Security and Surveillance

    Xenics offers an entire line of infrared cameras and detectors for a variety of imaging applications in the security and surveillance market segment.

  4. Engineering and Manufacturing of Precision Optical Systems

    II-VI Optical Systems offers optical design and engineering, complex imaging and laser assemblies, windows, dome, laser cavity optics, telescopes (including SiC), thin film coatings (including HEL), raw materials (including sapphire), laser materials (including YAG), and more for the medical, defense, space, and commercial market sectors.

  5. Identification Of Forensic Fabrics Using A Portable Raman Spectrometer

    In recent years, Raman spectroscopy has been studied extensively for forensic fiber analysis because of the high selectivity of Raman signatures, non-destructive nature of the test, and the ability to conduct analysis without any sample preparation. The Raman test can be performed directly on fabrics or fibers mounted on glass slides with very little interference from the mounting resin or the glass. This study describes how six types of undyed fabric samples were tested using a 1064 nm laser and a fiber optic probe holder, demonstrating Raman spectroscopy’s practicality and unique discrimination power.

  6. Infrared Cameras for Safety

    Infrared cameras are incredibly useful when used in safety related applications. They can improve a driver’s sight in low light or foggy conditions, detect smoke or fire at its onset from a long distance, or image through dense smoke in order to detect trapped victims in danger, and can even be used to detect fevers in people carrying an infectious disease.

  7. Micro Optics Expanding to Support Shrinking Medical Devices

    To learn more about how optics are being used to incorporate light and capture images in smaller spaces in the body, download the application note.

  8. Supply Chain Process Improvement in Medical Devices & Other Technologies

    Because of their complex (and often custom) nature, optical lenses and assemblies present complications in supply chain management that more consolidated and developed industries don’t have to contend with.

  9. Maritime & Port Security Infrared Imaging Cameras

    Xenics offers several different infrared camera models for border security, coastal protection, search and rescue, anti-piracy, immigration and trafficking in human beings, and other maritime and port security applications.

  10. Hyperspectral Imaging for Geological Parameter Acquisition

    Xenics’ core infrared camera technologies are ideal for geological identification applications like material sorting, drill core analysis, and airborne mineral mapping. By combining them with a spectrometer, they’re able to identify specific chemical bonds and differentiate between objects of the same color.

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