Test and Measurement Equipment
WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES
TEST AND MEASUREMENT EQUIPMENT VIDEOS
The Woodward company is one of the oldest U.S. companies that started out providing water wheel governors and has grown to delivering control systems for reciprocating engines, gas steam engines, aircraft turbines, and aircraft actuation flight control. As these systems become more advanced, they must be regulated at higher standards. Woodward uses ZYGO’s optical metrology technologies to advance their materials inspection.
Interferometer Drop Test
This video is not your typical test. ZYGO is going to drop test their newly packed interferometer. You read that right. See what happens!
Zygo At Photonics West 2020
Celebrating their 50-year anniversary as a company that offers precision optics and optical metrology technologies, ZYGO is excited to present once again at Photonics West 2020. Check out the video to see their featured products, including optical profilers, and learn more about their precision optics manufacturing capabilities.
Low Power Measurements: Best Practices
Measuring very low power beams of light can be tricky; even small values of noise, drift or offset can have major impact on your readings. In this video, we’ll look at some best practices that can help you get the best performance from your very low power measurements.
What Wavelength Range Should You Use?
At Photonics West 2017, Greg Staples focused on selecting different wavelengths for specific applications. Watch the video for wavelength selection guidance for precision agriculture, food sorting, mining, pharmaceutical quality control, and more.
Product Video: Surface Metrology In Adverse Environments
This year at Photonics West, Erin McDonnel and Eric Felkel with Zygo gave us a glimpse into how their interferometers can be used to perform accurate surface metrology in adverse environments (like a trade show floor).
Co-alignment Of Visible, NIR, And IR Laser Beams
Eric Craven with Ophir Photonics provided us with a tutorial at DCS 2016 on how to co-align visible, near-infrared, and infrared laser beams through the use of a pyroelectric camera array coupled with beam profiling software.