The Breeze is a handheld spectrometers with full VIS, NIR, and SWIR coverage from 400 - 2500nm. This handheld spectrometer features proprietary miniaturized optics and high efficiency for maximum sensitivity with high-speed acquisition. This compact device allows operation with the touch of a button.
This presentation, from the APS March 2021 Meeting by Shannon Ghorbani, will give an overview of what a nanopositioning system is, and more importantly, how this versatile tool can be used across a range of physics applications.
Laser Components is pleased to partner with Micro-Hybrid Electronics, a German company that produces infrared components for test/measurement applications. Matthias Gunther explains his desire to increase Micro-Hybrid’s footprint in the United States.
On the last day of Photonics West 2022, Jim Sullivan with Schneider Optics introduced the Jade series – a family of lenses designed for an image diagonal of 19.3 mm and optimized for machine vision applications.
If you’re struggling with miniaturization challenges – this one is for you. Aaron Johnson with Accumold explains how micro-plastics offer a light and inexpensive solution to miniaturization challenges.
On the third and final day of Photonics West 2022, we met with Martin Ettenberg at Princeton Infrared to learn more about the new 1280BPCam – an extended SWIR camera that enables imaging from visible wavelengths out to 2100nm and is ideal for beam profiling applications.
We caught up with Andrew Bridges at Photron on day two of Photonics West 2022 to learn more about the Crysta – a high speed polarization camera used for the two-dimensional analysis of birefringence measurements, film thickness analysis, and surface roughness inspection.
Mark Donaghy of Raptor Photonics introduces a range of digital cameras and lenses including SWIR cameras that can capture images anywhere from large animals to tiny cancer cells. Raptor’s line of cameras also includes defense and surveillance imaging capabilities at the product and component levels.