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Ocean Optics, Inc.
380 Main St.
Dunedin, FL, 34698

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Company Information:
Ocean Optics, Inc.
380 Main St.
Dunedin , FL  34698   USA
Phone: 727-733-2447
FAX: 727-733-3962
http://www.oceanoptics.com
Sales:
Hemchandra Sane Sales Manager
India
Phone: +91 22 67650444
FAX: +91 22 67650405
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Spectroscopy Software provides customizable interface.

Ocean Optics, Inc.    Dunedin, FL 34698
Jun 17, 2013 Used with Ocean Optics miniature spectrometers, OceanView combines data processing capabilities with GUI. Schematic view provides visual roadmap of data flow, from spectral inputs to processed results. With flexibility of integrating temperature, voltage, and other input data, solution displays and utilizes spectral data from spectrometers. This lets users capture and visualize data from multiple sources. Persistence of settings feature recalls acquisition parameters and file locations.

Handheld Raman Spectrometer uses ROS mode for optimal quality.

Ocean Optics, Inc.    Dunedin, FL 34698
Jun 04, 2013 Used for sample authentication as well as counterfeit detection, identification, and verification, 9.1 x 7.1 x 3.8 cm IDRaman runs on 2 replaceable AA batteries and performs Raman analyses ranging from chemical and explosive agent detection in field to QA and QC sampling routines in laboratory. Average power needed eliminates sample damage as well as possible ignition of explosive samples. In Raster Orbital Scanning (ROS) mode, most compounds can be identified in <9 sec.

Miniature Spectrometer supports process and OEM applications.

Ocean Optics, Inc.    Dunedin, FL 34698
May 07, 2013 In standard configuration, EMBED includes 2048-element CCD array detector and selectable optical bench components, including entrance apertures, gratings, and order sorting filters. On-board electronics provide fundamental spectral pre-processing as well as native SPI communication for direct interface with MCUs and industrial control systems. With multichannel functionality, EMBED lets users make simultaneous or timed-gated measurements from multiple EMBED spectrometers within single system.

Spectrometers are optimized for sensitivity, throughput.

Ocean Optics, Inc.    Dunedin, FL 34698
Apr 03, 2013 With optical bench configuration and volume phase holographic grating, Ventana spectrometers include 532 nm and 785 nm excitation wavelength Raman models and VIS-NIR model. Respectively, 785 nm and 532 versions have spectral ranges of 250–2,000 cm-1 and 35–4,300 cm-1 with 10 and 20 cm-1 resolution; former can be configured with integrated laser with free space collection optics. VIS-NIR version is configured for fluorescence measurements from 430–1,100 nm with resolution of 4.0 nm (FWHM).

Modular Raman Spectrometer measures 3.2 x 6.6 x 10 in.

Ocean Optics, Inc.    Dunedin, FL 34698
Feb 22, 2013 Using optical design and high-throughput virtual slit to eliminate trade-off between sensitivity and resolution, Elite Series Apex 785 is optimized for 200 µ, NA = 0.22 fiber input and features usable wavelength range of 780–1,120 nm. Resolution (FWHM) is less than 10 cm-1 @ 800 nm, SNR is greater than 440:1, and straylight is less than 1% @ 800 nm. Along with SMA 905 optical input, features include dynamic range of 15,000:1 typ and USB communications.

Device Driver Software facilitates spectral processing.

Ocean Optics, Inc.    Dunedin, FL 34698
Feb 05, 2013 Providing interface for programming USB spectrometers and devices in optical sensing systems, OmniDriver v2.20 is available with optional set of spectral processing math algorithms. Java-based software also includes features for high-speed data acquisition, analysis, visualization, and transfer. With SpeedTest, users can determine max performance possible for spectrometer model on Windows OS. Algorithms for photometry and colorimetry are useful when measuring samples with sharp peaks.
Near-Infrared Spectrometer covers 1,100-1,900 nm range.

Near-Infrared Spectrometer covers 1,100-1,900 nm range.

Ocean Optics, Inc.    Dunedin, FL 34698
Oct 03, 2012 Featuring 512-element Hamamatsu InGaAs-array detector, standard NIRQuest512-1.9 comes with 150 lines/mm grating, 25 micron entrance slit, and non-fluorescing longpass filter that transmits greater than 1,000 nm and helps mitigate second-order effects. Signal to noise ratio at full signal is 15,000:1 at 100 ms integration time. With external hardware triggering functions, users can capture data when external event occurs, or trigger event after data acquisition.
Thin Films Analysis Systems cover deep UV to NIR measurement.

Thin Films Analysis Systems cover deep UV to NIR measurement.

Ocean Optics, Inc.    Dunedin, FL 34698
Aug 31, 2012 Utilizing spectroscopic reflectometry, NanoCalc systems determine optical thin film thicknesses for semiconductor/medical/industrial applications. Systems are available for range of wavelength, sampling method, and optical layer thickness requirements, from 1.0 nm to 250 µm. There are 4 standard models from 200-1,700 nm which may be combined with software, reflection probes, optical fibers, and various accessories. Preconfigured systems are also available for 400-850 or 250-1,050 nm ranges.
Colorimeter measures to human eye standard.

Colorimeter measures to human eye standard.

Ocean Optics, Inc.    Dunedin, FL 34698
Sep 03, 2008 Offering 5,500 color measurements/sec and 18,000 luminance measurements/sec in burst mode, Brontes Colorimeter measures color using photodiode sensors and XYZ interference filter. It features 8 selectable luminance ranges with lowest luminance level of 0.05 cd/m² and USBTMC class. Supported color spaces include XYZ, Yxy, L*a*b*, Y'u'v', and LCH along with color temperature and dominant wavelength measurements. Device interfaces with PC using USB 2.0 or RS232.
Handheld Device provides full spectral analysis of light.

Handheld Device provides full spectral analysis of light.

Ocean Optics, Inc.    Dunedin, FL 34698
Jul 16, 2008 Featuring CCD-array spectrometer and microprocessor with onboard display, Jaz enables handheld radiometric analysis of LEDs, flat panel displays, lamps, and other radiant sources. Modular optical-sensing instrument allows users to capture, process, and store full spectra without need for any PC. Spectral data can be transferred to laptop or desktop PC for additional post-acquisition processing, such as calculating color temperature, spectral intensity, and color space values.


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Nov 02, 2007

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Oct 05, 2007

Ocean Optics Appoints New President


Nov 02, 2006

Ocean Optics Welcomes Pollard to VP Operations Role


Oct 20, 2006

Ocean Optics Establishes China Office


Jul 28, 2006

New Wave Research (NWR) and Ocean Optics Announce Partnership to Develop Next-generation Laser-induced Breakdown Spectroscopy Systems


Jun 20, 2006

Ocean Optics Grows Sales Team


May 25, 2006

Ocean Optics Strengthens Product Team with New Appointments


May 15, 2006

Ghanbari Joins Ocean Optics in VP Operations Role






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