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  1. Precision Optics Capabilities
    8/31/2015

    Gooch & Housego has a precision optics group covering operations focused on expanding and developing their unique capabilities. All G&H facilities are qualified with the experience needed for defense, metrology, and medical sectors. Precision optics products are export regulation compliant, ITAR compliant, and ISO 9001 certified.

  2. Fiber-Optic Capabilities
    8/31/2015

    Gooch & Housego offers a range of active and passive fiber optic components and optical modules for use in all-fiber systems. Since 1985, the passive fiber optic group has been an expert in providing fused fiber coupler manufacturing techniques, integration of fiber optic assemblies, and custom packaging of semiconductor devices. The active fiber group has developed pump lasers, DFB & DBR lasers, DFB laser modules, laser controllers, high speed detectors, and high reliability booster erbium-doped fiber amplifiers since the year 2000.

  3. Electro-Optic Capabilities
    8/31/2015

    Gooch & Housego designs and manufactures electro-optic Pockels cells. These cells are produced from dideuterium phosphate, β-barium borate, or cadmium telluride, and have clear aperture diameters ranging from 1.8 mm to 100 mm.

  4. Crystal Optic Capabilities
    8/28/2015

    Gooch & Housego is capable of producing, orienting, fabricating, and finishing a wide range of optical crystals from a variety of materials. These crystals can be used in many applications including lasers, Pockels cells, Q-switches, acousto-optic modulators and beam deflectors, harmonic generators, and waveplates.

  5. Acousto-Optic Capabilities
    8/28/2015

    Gooch & Housego (G&H) offers a comprehensive product line of acousto-optic devices and drivers, all of which are internally designed and manufactured. This broad range of acousto-optic products and services includes crystal growth of lithium niobate (LiNbO3) transducer and tellurium dioxide (TeO2), crystal orientation, cutting and shaping, polishing, anti-reflective (AR) coating, transducer bonding, and packaging. With a tight control on the design and production processes, G&H is able to meet standard and custom OEM designs for a wide variety of applications.

  6. Gooch & Housego Introduces The New Fiber-QTM Fiber Coupled Modulators
    8/27/2015

    The new Fiber-QTM Fiber is a fiber coupled acousto-optic modulator (FCAOM) solution for fiber laser modulation and frequency shifting. These devices can directly control the timing, intensity, and temporal characteristics of the active output from a fiber laser, offering a wider variety of pulse shapes.

  7. Brochure: Micro Optics For Defense & Aerospace
    8/27/2015

    Precision Optics Corporation (POC) offers a broad range of optical components, and optical system design and production of various lenses and prisms for defense and aerospace industries. POC is ready to assist in optics development efforts from system design through volume optics fabrication and manufacturing.

  8. 137 Series Optical Thickness Gauge Datasheet
    8/26/2015

    The 137 Series Optical Thickness Gauge includes a super-luminescent LED (SLED), an interferometer assembly, and a digital processor, all housed within a single chassis. It is able to provide accurate results within ± 1 µm (± 0.04 mils), and exceptional repeatability (standard deviation) as good as ± 0.05 µm (± 0.002 mils), to ensure that the measurements are well within the specified accuracy limits. With a rugged design and free upgrades for the software, these gauges are ideal for applications in manufacturing environments.

  9. 137 Series Optical Thickness Gauge
    8/26/2015

    The 137 Series Optical Thickness Gauge from Bristol Instruments is a non-contact instrument designed to accurately and reliably measure the absolute thickness of a variety of transparent, translucent, and some visually opaque materials. The thickness gauge utilizes interferometer-based wavelength meter technology, and includes a super-luminescent LED (SLED), an interferometer assembly, and a digital processor, all housed within a single chassis. The system also comes with an optical probe, a fiber-optic patch cord, and Bristol’s Opti-Cal­ software.

  10. With Thermal Cameras, Image Matters
    8/26/2015

    Not all thermal security cameras are created equal. If and when professionals look to purchase a thermal imaging camera, there are a whole set of specifications and performance parameters that may be unfamiliar. Instead of basing a decision on the analysis of specifications, take time to see the image quality for yourself, because image quality matters. This case study discusses how a thermal imaging camera’s resolution is typically measured, and why it is important to know for making the right thermal camera choice.

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