1. Motion Control And Precision Positioning In Vacuum Environments

    There are many growing technologies that can only be applied in vacuum or cryogenic environments. As a result vacuum applications have grown in importance within scientific research and industry applications. Optics technologies use vacuum environments to manufacture components such as fiber laser optics and sensitive detectors. Other applications that use vacuum environments include small epitaxy processes, semiconductor manufacturing, and X-ray or UV applications.

  2. Precision Motion And Positioning Solutions For High Vacuum And UHV Catalog

    The design principles for vacuum-compatible positioning systems include selecting suitable materials, handling, assembling, and testing conditions, and quality control. This catalog covers the technologies and product solutions for high vacuum and UHV applications in scientific research and industrial production.

  3. A Study In Droplets

    This video presents different liquid drops captured at high speeds with the Phantom VEO 640 at 1,500 fps, and the Phantom VEO 710 at 8,000 fps.

  4. Comparing Fields Of View

    There can be many factors to deal with when looking to utilize the best field of view (FOV). This white paper covers the different types of FOV, the factors that must be considered for choosing a lens for FOV, and what lens focus does to FOV.

  5. Image Resolution Comparisons

    In thermal imaging, it is difficult to overcome the challenges of fewer pixels and lower resolution. As a solution, Sierra-Olympic offers arrays with 320 x 240 resolution and up.

  6. Frame Rate Comparisons

    Sierra–Olympic provides a comparison between 9 and 60 Hz frame rates in VOX uncooled FPA sensors.

  7. Compact, All-In-One LED Luminaire Measurement System: FluxGage Datasheet

    The FluxGage is a compact measuring system for LED Luminaires that measures the total flux, color (CCT, CRI, Duv, chromaticity), and flicker. It is ideal for a variety of applications including quality control, quality improvement, engineering LED luminaires, LED engine and driver inspection, and long term measurements.

  8. Compact, All-In-One LED Luminaire Measurement System: FluxGage

    The FluxGage is Ophir’s new compact measuring system for LED Luminaires that measures their total flux, color (CCT, CRI, Duv, chromaticity), and flicker. The system measures the total flux using solar panels instead of an integrating sphere, delivering the same functionality in one third of the size. The gauge is capable of measuring any luminaire that fits into its opening.

  9. Understanding Detectors With Thermoelectric Coolers

    In order to optimize a detector for enhanced performance levels within their designated applications, it is important to understand the heatsinking of the package. A detector’s thermal resistance is minimized by the proper heat sink selection and mounting by using a thermal interface material.

  10. Frequently Asked Questions: Infrared Detectors

    This white paper covers most frequently asked questions regarding infrared detectors, and provides the answers for each of them.