Microscopy Products

  1. Crystal Optics

    Gooch & Housego demonstrates expertise in its ability to grow, orient, fabricate, finish, coat, and mount crystals from a variety of materials in housings from 3 mm to larger than 300 mm. Crystal materials such as BBO, CdS, CdSe, KDP, and KD*P are used in many devices including acousto-optic modulators, lithium niobate Mach-Zehnder modulators, Pockels cells, waveplates, and harmonic generating crystals. G&H is able to measure insertion loss, uniformity of birefringence, and other important crystal characteristics at their extensive facilities specializing in transmission and reflection interferometry.

  2. Life Sciences

    Gooch & Housego is an expert manufacturer of high-quality optical sub-systems and other optical components for life science markets. With a proven track record of providing assemblies and components for medical imaging systems, ophthalmic optical coherence tomography, and other imaging applications, G&H is the perfect partner for all of your innovative, high-tech optical solutions.

  3. MiniLiteTM Lasers

    The MiniLiteTM series features 5 models of narrowband lasers designed for different wavelength regions to enhance analytical Raman spectroscopy and test & measurement capabilities. Features include a solid state light source for reliable operation in harsh environments, a compact size for OEM integration, and an operating temperature range covering -5 to +55°C.

  4. Scientific CMOS Camera: Orca-Flash 2.8

    Hamamatsu's Scientific CMOS Camera: ORCA-Flash 2.8 is a high-sensitivity digital camera based on their scientific CMOS image sensor, FL-280, that offers 2X the pixels, 4X the speed, and 1/2 the noise — all at a lower price than standard interline CCD chips. The Orca-Flash 2.8 has the ability to deliver high resolution, high readout speed, and low noise all at an affordable price making it the scientific camera of choice for applications including life sciences, microscopy, semiconductor inspection, industrial imaging and x-ray scintillator readout.

  5. sCMOS Cameras for OEM

    These new OEM cameras from Hamamatsu feature an advanced scientific CMOS (sCMOS) image sensor capable of high resolution, fast frame rates, and low noise simultaneously. With their small size, board-level design, and simple, low-cost integration, these OEM cameras are ideal for imaging in life science, failure analysis, and semiconductor inspection.

  6. Three Axis Nanopositioning Systems: Nano-LPS Series

    Mad City Labs’ Nano-LPS Series of three-axis nanopositioning systems is comprised of three separate models with 100, 200, and 300 micron ranges of motion. Their low height makes them ideally suited for integration in inverted optical microscopes. Each model in the series is well-suited for handling biological samples due to an aperture that’s able to accommodate full size (3 inch) slides.

  7. EMCCD Camera for Extremely Low-Light Conditions: ImagEM®X2

    The ImagEM®X2 takes Hamamatsu’s 512 x 512 EM-CCD sensor-based camera and offers a version with four times the imaging area (without sacrificing resolution) for imaging applications with fewer than 10 photons per pixel. Its high-speed readout of 70 FPS at full resolution and 1076 FPS at sub-array 16 pixel resolution with 4x4 binning make it well-suited for capturing single images of larger molecules like proteins.

  8. Digital Encoder Galvano Scanner: GM-1000 Series

    The GM-1000 series of digital encoder galvano scanners is comprised of four different models with variations in beam diameter, scan angles, small step response, and resolution. Each model has a compact physical profile, super low thermal drift, and extreme high resolution, precision, and accuracy.

  9. SPM-M Kit for Scanning Probe Microscopy

    Scanning probe microscopy is an imaging technique typically used for industrial wear testing, semiconductor manufacturing, or academic research applications. While it can yield high-resolution imagery, SPM systems can be rather expensive and take skill to build. Mad City Labs' SPM-M kit has been designed to allow operators to build a tuning fork, Akiyama probe, AFM (atomic force microscope), or a scanning resonant probe microscope to capture high resolution imagery in both commercial and R&D applications.

  10. 145 klps InGaAs Linescan Camera: 2048R

    The GL2048R SWIR InGaAs linescan camera’s high resolution, stability, and reliability make it ideal for OCT applications studying blood flow or large tissue volumes at 1.04, 1.32, and 1.55 µm. It features a 2048 x 1 pixel array with a 10 µm pitch and high QE from 0.99 µm to 1.65 µm.