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NIR Laser Spectrum Analyser

Bristol Intruments announce the addition of the 771 NIR2 to their range of spectrum analysers, which features a detection range of 1-2.6µm with the convenience and consistent performance of a pre-aligned fibre-optic input coupling.

 

The 771 Series Laser Spectrum Analysers combines proven Michelson interferometer technology with fast Fourier Transform analysis resulting in a unique instrument that operates as both a high-resolution spectrum analyser and a high-accuracy wavelength meter. With spectral resolution up to 2GHz, wavelength accuracy as high as +/-0.2parts per million (+/-0.0002nm at 1000nm) and an optical rejection ratio of more than 40dB, the model 771 provides the most detailed spectral charcterisation of lasers that operate from 375nm to 12µm.

 

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Andor Spectroscopy Systems

The Kymera 193i from Andor is a compact, highly modular imaging spectrograph featuring Adaptive Focus, quadrupole on-axis grating turret and TruResTM technology delivering superb spectral resolution performance.

 

The intelligent, motorised Adaptive Focus of the Kymera allows automated access to the best optical performance for any grating, camera or wavelength range configuration.

 

We are offering special pricing on selected packages, spectrograph and detector, for a limited time.

 

Please contact Dr Paul Wardill or Jeshua Graham.

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New High Energy Excimer Laser

The new LEAP K 1.25J excimer laser from Coherent has been designed to extend the available pulse energy range of the LEAP family.

 

LEAP excimer lasers deliver a unique combination of high duty-cycle output, outstanding reliability, and low cost-of-ownership. This makes them an ideal source for a diverse assortment of demanding, high throughput, high precision microprocessing tasks ranging from display fabrication to reel-to-reel manufacturing of superconductive tape.

 

LEAP lasers are avaiable at wavelengths 193nm, 248nm or 308nm, with output powers of up to 300W (and pulse energies of up to 1.25J).

 

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Optical Cryostats for Spectroscopy

The Optistat range of optical cryostats from Andor Technology are optimised for spectroscopy applications in the <3k to 500k temperature range. Our Dry/Cryofree, Liquid Nitrogen and Helium options are available in both top and bottom loading configurations as well as sample-in-exchange gas or sample-in-vacuum designs. Optistat optical cryostats are ideal for use on optical table based experiments or can be used conjunction with a very broad range of 3rd party spectrometers.

 

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Wavefront Sensors

The new HASO LIFT wavefront sensors from Imagine Optic combine a high-resolution mode with all the benefits that make Shack-Hartmann one of the most relied-upon technologies in optical metrology. This new series embeds a fully revamped Waveview4, including the absolute tilt measurement SpotTracker technology and numeours other options.

 

The HASO LIFT 272 is the HR version and features 272x200 phase-points resolution as well as the new SpotTracker technology.

 

The HASO LIFT 680 combines the highest resolution in Shack-Hartmann technlogy and a very large dynamic range.

 

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