Optics & Photonics

Fiber Laser Cavities support applications up to 1 kW.

May 01, 2013

Rated at 500 W, TrueMode-15™ supports up to 36 pump laser diode inputs, within typical 0.15 NA. TrueMode-22™, targeted for 1 kW applications and beyond, supports up to 18 pump laser diode inputs, within typical 0.22 NA. Both single-laser cavities are compatible with OFS' TrueM2™ Beam Combiners, which can combine multiple laser cavities. Read More

Optics & Photonics

Navitar Grants Trademark License for Hoffman Modulation Contrast (HMC) to Carl Zeiss

Nov 08, 2011

Rochester, New York - Navitar, Inc., a global leader in optical technology, today announced a new licensing agreement with German optics manufacturer Carl Zeiss MicroImaging GmbH. Under the terms of the contract, Carl Zeiss will license Navitar's Hoffman Modulation Contrast® (HMC®) trademark for use in their iHMC product line. Zeiss will manufacture objectives, modulators, slit apertures, and... Read More

Optics & Photonics

Coated Optical Apertures have outside dimensions of 0.2 mm.

Sep 03, 2010

Suitable for use in precision analytical and medical devices, submillimeter optical apertures can be circular in shape, made to custom shapes, and held to micron tolerances. Microscopic elements are created from optical and filter glasses, and can be produced with apertures positioned within microns of physical feature. Custom designed anti-reflection coatings can be applied to all transmitting... Read More

Optics & Photonics, Test & Measuring Instruments

Taming Beam Shapes and Trajectories with Thermally Controlled Apertures and Slits

Apr 26, 2007

McPherson Inc. (Chelmsford, MA, USA), manufacturer of spectroscopy instruments, has developed thermally controlled aperture and slit systems to measure and tune specific wavelengths over a wide photon range of the electromagnetic spectrum down into highly energetic regions of 1x10-9 meters. To assure high performance, McPherson's monochromators, spectrometers and synchrotron monochromator beam... Read More

Optics & Photonics

Slits and Apertures provide cooled occulted zones.

Apr 06, 2007

Intended for use on synchrotron storage rings, and in conjunction with high power lasers and x-ray beam shapers, Slits and Apertures manage applications where extreme localized heating is encountered. Thermally controlled systems measure and turn specific wavelengths over wide photon range of electromagnetic spectrum down into energetic regions of 1 x 10-9 m. Adjustability from 5... Read More