BRISTOL INSTRUMENTS, INC., located near Rochester, NY, was founded in 2005 by three technical and marketing leaders of the now-defunct Burleigh Instruments. Together, this group has over 75 years of combined experience in the design, manufacture, and marketing of lasers and precision test instruments used in basic and applied research, engineering, and production test applications.
The company currently focuses on the scientific, fiber communications, and optical metrology markets. The scientific market consists of researchers at universities, government laboratories, and industry who are involved in fields such as chemistry, physics, and optics. The fiber communications market consists of R&D and manufacturing engineers who need to accurately test WDM components and transmission systems with respect to absolute wavelength. And, the optical metrology market consists of manufacturers that need to precisely measure critical physical dimensions of materials such as plastic films, medical membranes, glass tubing, and ophthalmic products.
The primary technology utilized by Bristol Instruments is optical interferometry. Detailed analysis of interference phenomena, a consequence of the wave properties of light, can result in a variety of precise measurements. In particular, Michelson and Fizeau interferometer-based technologies are employed to develop instruments that provide the reliable accuracy for which Bristol Instruments has become known.
Bristol Instruments, Inc.
50 Victor Heights Parkway
Victor, NY 14564-8909
Phone: (585) 924-2620
Fax: (585) 924-2623
May 3-4, 2017
Booth # 307
Boston Convention & Exhibition Center
May 16-18, 2017
Booth # 2119
San Jose McEnery Convention Center
San Jose, CA
APS Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics (DAMOP) Meeting
June 6-8, 2017
Sacramento Convention Center
International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy
June 19-23, 2017
University of Illinois
Medical Tubing 2017
October 10-11, 2017
Crowne Plaza Boston-Woburn
BIOMEDevice San Jose
December 6-7, 2017
San Jose McEnery Convention Center
San Jose, CA
SPIE Photonics West
January 30 - February 1, 2018
The Moscone Center
San Francisco, CA
March 13-15, 2018
Booth # 2530
San Diego Convention Center
San Diego, CA
Bristol Instruments, Inc., the leader in wavelength meter technology, has announced a new version of its popular 871 Series Pulsed Laser Wavelength Meter. Wavelength can now be measured to an accuracy as high as ± 0.2 parts per million (± 60 MHz at 1000 nm). The model 871 also has the fastest sustained measurement rate of 1 kHz.
Bristol Instruments, Inc., a leader in optical interferometer-based instrumentation, announces an agreement with MG Optical Solutions, which will represent its flagship products—wavelength meters and spectrum analyzers—in Germany and Austria.
Bristol Instruments, Inc., a leader in optical interferometer-based instrumentation, announces an agreement with Optoprim S.A.S., which will represent its flagship wavelength meter and spectrum analyzer products in France and Belgium.
Bristol Instruments, Inc. recently announced the introduction of its new 438 Series Multi-Wavelength Meter. This product measures the wavelength, power, and OSNR of as many as 1000 discrete optical signals. With key features such as high accuracy, fast measurement rate, straightforward operation, and rugged design, the model 438 provides the most precise, reliable, and efficient WDM wavelength testing available to meet the needs of the most demanding applications.
Bristol Instruments, Inc. has recently announced several improvements to its 871 Series Pulsed Laser Wavelength Meter. The model 871, which excels with an unsurpassed measurement rate of 1 kHz, now has a wavelength accuracy as high as ± 0.75 parts per million (± 225 MHz at 1000 nm). In addition, an integrated proportional-integral-derivative (PID) controller benefits researchers who need active regulation of their laser’s frequency.
This optical thickness gauge answers the need for precise thickness information in the design and manufacturing of specialty plastic films, medical membranes, and ophthalmic products. This datasheet includes a detailed description of the series, as well as specifications. This optical thickness gauge features a straightforward operation, a rugged design, high accuracy, and exceptional reliability.
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.
The new 871 Series Laser Wavelength Meter is designed to measure the absolute wavelength of pulsed and CW lasers. Available for operation from 375 to 1700 nm, the meter utilizes a unique Fizeau etalon design that guarantees a measurement accuracy of ± 1 ppm (± 300 MHz at 1000 nm).
This high-resolution laser spectrum analyzer identifies the spectral properties of both CW and pulsed lasers operating in the 375 nm to 12 µm wavelength range. Download the datasheet to learn more about the models available in the series and their unique features and specifications.
This datasheet contains information on features, specifications, areas of application, and more for Bristol Instruments' 671 Series High Accuracy Laser Wavelength Meter.