Newsflash – New Year – Photonics West Preview 2020
|Newsflash – New Year – Photonics West Preview 2020 –|
First of all we want to wish you a healthy and prosperous 2020!
We at Te Lintleo Systems look back to a successful 2019, where we have contributed to interesting design in’s, established new partnerships and welcomed our new colleague Lars to our team.
In 2020 we invite you to challenge us again. We like to continue to help you succeed with your tasks, in measuring, detecting and tackling other photonics challenges.
To start of with our first news letter we want to already introduce you to innovations which will be presented at the Photonics West tradeshow for the first time. Are you going too, then let’s meet there!
Enjoy readingEsther, Ben, Lars, Monique & Roland
New Compact Motorized Laser Power Attenuator
We introduce a new series of motorized laser power attenuators with high LIDT optics and precision opto-mechanics put together into a compact housing.
Attenuators demonstrate stable and reliable performance even when used with high power lasers in industrial applications.
Power That Moves – High Power Actuators
Motion is everywhere. In nearly every industrial application there are parts that need to be moved in conditions. As technological progress advances, many of these applications demand for faster, more powerful and more precise movements – dynamic motions are needed.
Be it the reduction of test time in material testing, increasing precision of tooling machines, increasing the frequency range in vibration testing or any other application that requires highly dynamical and precise, but yet powerful motion
– High Power Actuators by piezosystem jena are the ideal choice to improve the performance of your application.
Want to learn more, check out the special website.
Introducing the LLTF EXT-IV from Photon etc
Photon etc. launched a new LLTF model, the EXT-IV. This new model combines the broader spectral range available on the market, 400-2300 nm with the highest out-of-band rejection, < -60 dB @ ± 80 nm. Applications include calibration of optical instruments, fluorescence measurements, pump-probe experiments, hyperspectral imaging, LBIC, etc.
More info can be found here.
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Benchtop Uniform Light Source – RS-7-1
For the ultimate in resolution and accuracy, the SpectralLED® Tunable uniform light source incorporates 35 discrete wavelengths for synthesis of commercially available light sources or based on spectra that you import. The platform is easily adaptable for automated test systems and production line integration, with integrated optical feedback and temperature control to ensure rock-solid stability and consistent results.
Read the full story on our website.
Characterization of laser diodes, VCSELs, and displays for time-of-flight and AR/VR applications
As a participant at the German Pavilion at Photonics West / USA, Instrument Systems will be presenting its premium-class spectroradiometers and combined measurement solutions, complemented by absolutely calibrated cameras.
Instrument Systems offers absolutely calibrated measuring instruments with traceability to the PTB. Systems consisting of integrating spheres, connected photodiodes and spectroradiometers can perform spectral and performance-related measurements of laser diodes and VCSELs at 940 nm. Particularly fast photodiodes and suitably developed control electronics enable the time-resolved characterization of laser pulses in the nanosecond range. In addition, the single emitters of VCSEL arrays can be analyzed and conclusions drawn on the spatial radiation properties in the near and far field. All systems are available for laboratories, as well as for production applications with a focus on faster cycle times and an attractive price structure.
Will lasers continue to play a role in extending Moore’s Law?
In 1965, Gordon Moore, then researcher at Fairchild Semiconductor, postulated that the number of transistors in dense integrated circuits would double every year. His prediction became known as Moore’s Law.
It was modified in 1975 to predict transistor numbers doubling every two years and has been a near-reality ever since. This was made possible by continued advances in photolithography, a key technology required to reduce the size and density of the features in computer chips.
Did laser technology play a role in this? Absolutely! Will lasers continue to help extend Moore’s Law in the next decade?
We look forward to supplying you with all the material and information you need and answering any question.
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