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  1. Custom CMOS Endoscope Specifications Form
    3/30/2015

    Download and fill out this document to begin the custom CMOS endoscope development process through Precision Optics Corporation.

  2. CMOS Sensor Endoscopes Datasheet
    3/30/2015

    This datasheet includes an overview of their capabilities and offerings as it relates to this line.

  3. Beamline Instrumentation Group
    3/28/2015

    PI’s Beamline Instrumentation Group provides precision solutions for nanotomography, laminography, vacuum chambers, full-field X-ray microscopes, and systems with nanoscopic spatial resolution. Because beamline instrumentation applications require an advanced motion control strategy, this group of physicists and engineers have closely collaborated with scientific staff at universities and research centers to develop complex and application-specific motion control solutions for their specific needs.

  4. Beamline Instrumentation Group Brochure
    3/28/2015

    PI’s Beamline Instrumentation Group of physicists and engineers has developed a wide range of high-performance single- and multi-axis positioning products, classical or non-magnetic, and UHV or EUV compatible, for scientific research in synchrotron and accelerator research facilities.

  5. Optics Holders
    3/28/2015

    OptoSigma offers a wide variety of optics holders for beam steering, expansion, and laser forcasing. While such a large selection can make it difficult to choose which one is right for your application, OptoSigma can help you easily select the ones that would suit your needs once you understand the six functions – mounting center, rotational mechanism, fine adjustment center, optics fixation, control direction, and control.

  6. Optics Holders Brochure
    3/28/2015

    This brochure provides an overview of OptoSigma’s line of optics holders for laser beam steering, expansion, and laser forcasing applications. It also provides information on the parameters one should take into consideration when selecting the right type of holder for their application.

  7. Designing A New Optical Projection Device For Military Pilots
    3/25/2015

    When the Department of Defense decided that their previous landscape flight simulators used to train pilots required too large of a display, too large of an enclosure space, and were starting to feel a bit antiquated in general, they went on the lookout for a helmet –mounted simulation solution to replace the traditional rear-projection screens they were using.

  8. Imaging In The Worst Possible Environment
    3/25/2015

    Trips to the dentist are rarely pleasant, and that unpleasantness can be compounded when the doctor needs a 3D model of your teeth.

  9. High Resolution IP67 LWIR Camera: Serval-640-GigE Datasheet
    3/24/2015

    Serval fulfils a growing demand for rugged and reliable end-user ready cameras for industrial imaging applications without the need for third-party enclosures.

  10. 4 Big Mistakes In Developing Photonics-Enabled Medical Devices
    3/24/2015

    Photonics components have become key enablers in the design and development of next-generation medical devices and diagnostics. This trend has its roots in mature imaging technologies like optical microscopy and endoscopy/colonoscopy, and is poised to accelerate through emerging applications such as optogenetics, laser ablation therapy, and optical coherence tomography (OCT), among many others. This white paper identifies four of the most common mistakes we see medical device manufacturers make when attempting to incorporate optics and photonics into their designs — and how to avoid them.

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