Bristol Instruments Downloads

  1. DWDM Multi-Wavelength Meter (428 Series) Datasheet
    3/17/2017

    The 428 Series Multi-Wavelength Meter measures the wavelength of as many as 250 optical channels to the highest accuracy available. In addition, the model 428 simultaneously measures power and OSNR to fully characterize DWDM components and transmission systems.

  2. DWDM Optical Wavelength Meter 228 Series Datasheet
    3/17/2017

    This datasheet contains information on features, specifications, areas of application, and more for the 228 Series of DWDM optical wavelength meters.

  3. Fastest Multi-Wavelength Meter: 438 Series Datasheet
    2/2/2017

    The 438 Series Multi-Wavelength Meter is designed to take the fastest wavelength, power, and OSNR measurements (at 10 Hz) for the analysis of as many as 1000 discrete optical signals. With combined Michelson interferometer-based technology and fast Fourier transform analysis, the meter measures wavelength to an accuracy as high as ± 0.3 pm, power to an accuracy of ± 0.5 dB, and OSNR is automatically calculated to greater than 40 dB.

  4. Fiber-Optic Switch: FOS Series Datasheet
    3/22/2016

    The FOS Series Fiber-Optic Switch is a convenient way to connect up to eight lasers to a single fiber-coupled instrument. This switch is a self-contained micro-electromechanical (MEMS) switch that operates from 400 to 1700 nm.

  5. Fast Wavelength Meter Precisely Maps Laser's Tuning Behavior
    11/20/2015

    The 828B High-Speed Optical Wavelength Meter from Bristol Instruments is designed to provide accurate wavelength information at an unprecedented rate of 1 kHz. It revolutionizes WDM wavelength testing applications by reducing test times from hours to minutes. 

  6. 828 High-Speed Optical Wavelength Meter Datasheet
    8/31/2015

    The 828 Optical Wavelength meter has a speed measurement rate as high as 1 kHz. WDM components are more efficiently tested, and time resolution is much higher for a more detailed wavelength characterization. The 828B includes a SCPI interface via USB, Ethernet, or GPIB cable. With a rugged design, this device is perfect for manufacturing environments.

  7. Measuring Lens Assembly Thickness with the 157 Series Optical Thickness Gauge
    4/15/2014

    This technical note provides details on how the 157 Series Optical Thickness Gauge by Bristol Instruments can be used to determine the precise thickness of cemented or air-spaced achromatic doublets and triplets (as well as more complex lens stacks), and other lens assemblies.

  8. Contact Lens Metrology with the 157 Series Optical Thickness Gauge
    4/15/2014

    Bristol Instruments’ 157 Series optical thickness gauge is ideal for contact lens metrology. Its guaranteed performance over long periods of time and its ability to measure absolute thickness to an accuracy of + 0.1 µm and repeatability as high as + 0.05 µm make it an ideal solution for this application.

  9. High-Resolution Spectrum Analyzer: 721 Series Datasheet
    3/3/2014

    Bristol Instruments’ model 721 is a high-resolution spectrum analyzer for scientists and engineers who need to know the absolute wavelength and the spectral properties of their CW or high-repetition rate pulsed lasers that operate in the visible to the mid-IR (375 nm – 12 µm).

  10. Thermal Stability of the 157 Series Optical Thickness Gauge
    7/18/2013

    This technical note explains how continuous references measurements, an optical design used to maintain optical alignment, and an interferometer’s optical path all contribute to the thermal stability of the 157 Series Optical Thickness Gauge by Bristol Instruments.