Optical filters are essential components in fluorescence instruments, regulating light emission and excitation. They are widely used in biology and medicine for accuracy and minimal background interference.
- To The Future And Beyond
- Unlock The Potential Of Quantum Computing With Advanced Optical Filters
- Ultra-Narrowband Optical Filters Pushing Boundaries From The UV To The LWIR
- Demonstrating Single Picometer Steps For Applications In Microscopy And Astronomy
- Women In Engineering: Embracing Diversity & Encouraging Passion To Optimize Outcomes
- Speed Up Industrial Camera Manufacturing With Active Alignment
- Chemical Strengthening vs. Heat Strengthening Of Glass Substrates
- Developing A Partnership With IDEX Health & Science
- The Benefits Of Prioritizing Product Development Vendors
Edge Blackened Optical Filters
Edge Blackening is the application of a matte black paint to the edges of an optical filter to prevent stray light inside the filter from re-entering the light path outside the filter.
Semrock Optical Filters: See More In Your System
Transform your optical systems with Semrock filters - the brightest, most durable, and spectrally sophisticated filters in the market.
Spectral Plotting & Analysis Tool: SearchLight™
SearchLight™ is a free, intuitive, online plotting tool helps you overcome the obstacles many fluorescence instrument designers and users face with spectral management.
Qualifire™ Laser Interferometer
The Qualifire laser interferometer packs significant enhancements and features into a small lighter-weight package without sacrificing performance.
XPLAN CCG Lens Series
The Melles Griot XPLAN Lens Series fluorescence microscope imaging systems enable the rapid development of breadboard instruments for next-gen sequencing, proteomics, and spatial biology applications.
IDEXology Makes Your Vision A Reality Through Strategic Partnership
Collaboration holds the key to a successful future. With our IDEXology approach, we ensure that your ideas remain safe and protected while we collaborate to solve complex problems together.
Building Lenses For High-Shock Environments
Jim Sullivan from Schneider Optics presents their ruggedized lenses and demonstrates their ability to withstand shock and vibration.
Accelerating Time-to-Market Through Quality And Availability
Craig Hodgson from IDEX Health & Science explains how they have tailored their offerings to meet customer needs, from standardized products to customized solutions, with a focus on time-to-market.
Webinar: How To Improve Performance With Aspheric Metrology
In this webinar, we’ll look at some of the common pitfalls and opportunities in measuring aspheres, and how to interpret aspheric measurements to improve the manufacturing process.
Webinar: Measuring Laser From Pulse (High Power From Short Exposure)
In this webinar, we’ll look at some practical ways to get around this limitation and enable the use of smaller, low-power sensors to measure multi-kilowatt beams.
Webinar: Why And How To Measure Your Laser Energy Accurately?
Many elements such as the optical components and surrounding environment have an impact on the energy your laser beam delivers. The intrinsic noise of the pulsed laser is also an important factor since it has a large impact on pulse-to-pulse energy stability. In this webinar, you will learn how to measure laser energy accurately.
Ophir offers the new Ophir® Ariel, a self-contained, ultra-compact laser power meter for measuring high-power industrial lasers up to 8KW. Read more.
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