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International Day of Light May 16thToday we celebrate the International Day of Light, the anniversary of the first successful operation of the laser in 1960 by physicist and engineer, Theodore Maiman. This day is a call to strengthen scientific cooperation and harness its potential to foster peace and sustainable development.

Countless products and applications, from: semicon to healthcare, follow from this one invention, making May 16th 1960 not only a major day in photonics, but also in our day to day lives.

Making us proud to say that for us, Te Lintelo Systems, it’s our passion!

International Day of Light May 16th Te Lintelo SystemsTo share our passion, with all of you, we are happy to announce that TLS will be present at: Another day of Photonics held at NTS Optel, today. At Fysica 2023 on the 26th of May, in Delft, and also at the LASER World of Photonics on June 27-30 held in Munich, which will be celebrating their 50th anniversary.

Please make know your interest to meet us at any of these occasions, by reaching out to your Te Lintelo Systems contact, or simply by replying to this mail. We hope to see you there!

Your Te Lintelo Systems Team

Enjoy reading René, Brigitte, Matthijs, Ruud, Monique, Ben & Roland.

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Gentec-EO Laser Lab Awards contestGentec-eo

The Gentec-EO Laser Lab Awards contest is back this year and is open for all academic organizations in the Benelux.

Get your chance to win a Gentec Laser Power or – Energy detector.

The GENTEC-EO Laser Lab Awards Event aims to support optics laboratories in universities and colleges. Its goal is to ensure students have access to the same quality measurement instruments that are used today in the industry.
To enter the event, applicants should describe how they intend to use the Gentec-EO material in their laboratory and elaborate on the physics principles their students will learn with this material. Applicants must be in a role where they provide instruction through laboratory demonstrations or experiments at a university or college.

Click here for the Rules, terms and conditions.

For participating follow these instructions or contact Monique or Ruud.

You can submit your application between May 1 and June 30, 2023. Winners will be contacted directly during summer 2023. .

meet us @ Fysica 2023, May 26 – Delft

Princeton Instruments

New 8k x 8k scientific CMOS camera from Princeton Instruments

66Mp CMOS COSMOS cameraThe COSMOS™ is the only large format, high performance CMOS camera designed and manufactured entirely within a single source. With LACera™ technology, the COSMOS offers superior sensitivity, large imaging area, low noise and fast frame rate.

  •     0.7 e- read noise
  •     Up to 50 fps full frame
  •     Up to 8k x 8k sensor sizes
  •     > 90% quantum efficiency
  •     Deep cooled for low dark current

Large format without compromise

The challenge of CMOS cameras has been maintaining performance when scaling to larger formats; in particular offering the combination of speed and low noise architecture. COSMOS delivers deep-cooled, low-noise performance on a multi-megapixel scale with global shutter, 18-bit readout, and glow reduction technology.

Unbeatable Sensitivity

Due to back-illumination, the COSMOS achieves near-perfect light collection, achieving over 90% peak quantum efficiency. With minimal 0.7  e- read noise and 0.05 e-/p/s dark current, the COSMOS is able to detect the weakest of signals.

Fast Frame Rates

The COSMOS is well suited to dynamic imaging applications due to its fast frame rates and high sensitivity. In addition, the short readout times can enable quick decision making and analysis. With the ability to select multiple regions of interest (or imaging apertures) the COSMOS can improve readout speed while reducing unnecessary data.

Unmatched Dynamic Range

COSMOS offers an incredibly wide high dynamic range of 54,000 (94 dB) for measuring both bright and faint signal within the same image. Alongside the high dynamic range, the proprietary analog-to-digital converter design present within COSMOS provides unsurpassed linearity across the entire dynamic range, improving quantitative precision across all measurements.

True Global Shutter

Electronic global shutter devices are often necessary for the capture of fast-moving objects. This is achieved on CMOS through the addition of a “storage area” within each pixel. However, global shutters on back-illuminated CMOS devices were not previously possible due to parasitic light artifacts. The COSMOS has a redesigned pixel structure allowing for back-illumination alongside a global shutter. This redesign also minimizes parasitic light sensitivity, providing both the best sensitivity and artefact-free imaging.

Deep Cooling & Lifetime Vacuum

Deep cooling is essential to reduce the thermal dark current noise generated from long exposure times. The COSMOS builds on Teledyne Imaging’s industry-leading cooling performance, achieving -30°C cooling with low dark current. COSMOS sensors are also cooled from the moment of manufacture, providing far superior image quality, free of glows found in other back-illuminated sensors. The integrated all-metal, hermetically sealed vacuum enclosure, with lifetime warranty, prevents any outgassing or degradation problems, common within other cameras.

Contact Roland for more info!

M3-RS-U2 Rotary Microstage:

M3-RS-U2 - piezoelectric micro motor and all drive electronics

New Scale’s newest microstage delivers smallest system size and fastest integration for precision embedded rotary motion in smaller, more powerful instruments.

As with all M3 Smart Modules, this rotary micro stage has a piezoelectric micro motor and all drive electronics completely integrated in the miniature stage housing. There is no external control board, making it fast and easy to integrate into OEM instruments.

It provides point-to-point angular positioning with closed-loop resolution better than 0.022 degrees, bandwidth of 100Hz and 360 degree continuous rotation.

Contact Matthijs for more info!

Laser world of photonics

meet us @ Laser World of Photonics 2023, June 27-30 – Munich

Your source for optical components

we are your source for optical components

OZ Optics LOGOHigh Resolution Spectrometers


OZ Optics presents a cost-effective and high-end optical spectrometer. A special transmission grating is designed to realize exceptional sensitivity while reaching high signal-to-noise ratio (SNR), with an excellent spectral resolution over the entire operating wavelength range. A sensitive and high pixel density CCD chip is customized to suppress grating high-order noise. The spectrometer is integrable in well-established systems and can be remotely controlled via a USB port through an intuitive GUI.

Spectrometers are also offered as stand alone units that include a built-in touchscreen. Customized optical inputs including a set of fiber focusers or collimators along with wave division multiplexors are optionally  offered to enable both fiber delivery applications and free-space scanning.

Handheld and rugged design
Wide spectral range with high spectral resolution
Transmission grating provides exceptional signal throughput and high signal to noise ratio (SNR)
Built-in filter to suppress grating second-order noise
Low cost with flexible operating options

Full spectrum analysis
Quality control for food industry
Chemical identification
Recent applications ranging from smart farming to pharmaceutical tests

Ask Roland for more info!


A guide to solar simulation and solar simulators

from our partner G2V; Our Sun, Since the sun powers all of the life processes on Earth, being able to harness its energy and light source to invent, test and apply technology for mankind’s improvement is crucial.

The sun is the brightest object in the sky and something we are all familiar with. Life on our planet would not be possible without the sun. It provides the energy for the plants we eat and those that decayed into the fuel we burn today to harvest energy.

This article outlines a concept called ‘solar simulation’ – a technology that mimics the sun for use in research labs, industry applications and commercial use.

What is Solar Simulation?

The separation of white light or sunlight into the different colors.

Click here to get to the full Blog post!

Apre Instruments

Technical Paper:

Evaluating the Spatial Resolution of Fizeau Interferometers Using Binary Pseudo-Random Array Targets

Modern requirements for detailed, precise and reliable measurements of optical components are driving the need for improved modern interferometric performance. Characterizing mid-spatial frequencies, fully automated polishing, and aspheric surface measurements all require a higher caliber of interferometric measurement quality. As performance requirements change, the ability to assess an interferometer’s performance must also improve. One crucial aspect of performance concerns spatial resolution. Currently, assessing spatial resolution is a challenge which cannot be solved with standard methods such as directly applying MTF. Here, we present the case for using a Binary Pseudo-Random Array (BPRA) with commercially-available BPRAs to address this key issue.

Click here to get to the full Blog post!


Don’t miss the opportunity to try the NIREOS SPIDER for free!

Spider USB PhotodetectorAre you looking for a new broadband #photodetector for your laboratory? Don’t miss the opportunity to try the NIREOS SPIDER for free!

The SPIDER is an amplified #Silicon – #InGaAs photodetector with programmable gain and an embedded 24-bit data acquisition system. The employed two-color detector provides a straightforward beam alignment and a broad spectral response, ranging from 320nm to 1700nm.

Key features ?:
– 24-bit USB photodetector
– Crazily broadband: 320-1700 nm
– Insanely sensitive: 10^9 dynamic range
– Lovely to use: plug & play software and SDK

If you are interested in testing SPIDER in your laboratory for up to 2 weeks, contact us! ? Contact Ruud for more info!

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We look forward to supply you with all the information and material you need and answer any question.
For more information please contact:

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