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  • 3-gratings for an optical spectrum from 8 to 2000 eV

    Chelmsford, MA. For Immediate Release  Shallow 1.5 degree grazing incidence angle improves efficiency for high energy photons, wavelengths below 5 nanometers. Instrument now optimal for energies low as 8 eV (150 nanometers wavelength) and high as 2000 eV (0.6 nanometers).  High energy optical spectroscopy has a new “power tool.” For water window imaging, HHG laser ...


    By McPherson

  • AMETEK Land jointly presents seminar on Non-Contact Optical Pyrometers for Foundries

    AMETEK Land and the Institute of Indian Foundrymen (IFF) will be jointly presenting a seminar on Non-Contact Optical Pyrometers for Foundries on Saturday 13th October. This seminar will be held exclusively for members of the IFF in Coimbatore, India. Mr Shri S. Kuppusamy, President of COINDIA and the Vice President of the PSG Foundry Division, will be the guest speaker and present on ...


    By AMETEK Land

  • Mobile Runway Pavement Sensor For Most Efficient Runway Weather Control

    Visit this webinar and you will learn more about MARWIS, the compact, fast and digital sensor that can be mounted on all kinds of airport portal vehicles. It directly delivers the runway condition to mobile devices and stationary outputs such as in a control center (TWR). Therefore, it supports the airport operators in the patrol car during the runaway assessment without detours. Our expert ...

  • Renishaw’s pioneering RESOLUTE encoder family is now compatible with Yaskawa serial communications protocol

    Renishaw's RESOLUTE absolute optical encoder is now compatible with the Yaskawa serial communications protocol in linear and rotary (angle) encoder formats. This allows RESOLUTE to be used with Yaskawa's drives and controllers such as the Sigma 7 range of servo-products. Yaskawa equipment is regularly used in electronics assembly, Flat ...


    By Renishaw plc

  • NOC hosts an international meeting to get the most from marine optical technologies

    This group aims to take advantage of the fast development of optical technologies to help progress understanding of the ocean carbon cycle, which determines CO2 levels in the ocean and atmosphere, using large data sets describing particles in the ocean. TOMCAT (Translation of Optical Measurements into particle Content, Aggregation & Transfer) is a Scientific Committee of Ocean Research (SCOR) ...

  • Renishaw unveils the new XM-60 multi-axis calibrator

    Renishaw, the world-leading metrology specialist, will exhibit its new XM-60 multi-axis calibrator at IMTS 2016, Chicago, USA and AMB 2016, Stuttgart, Germany. The XM-60 is capable of measuring all six degrees of freedom from a single set-up, in any orientation for linear axes. It offers significant improvement in simplicity and time ...


    By Renishaw plc

  • Valeport Reveal Latest Optical Sensors at OI 2016

    Valeport are highlighting their latest products in Optical Sensors and CTD Profilers at the Oceanology International 2016. Valeport is using OI 2016 as the platform for the first showing of their latest sensor in the Hyperion optical range, the Hyperion-T and their newest profiling technology innovation the rapidCTD. The UK’s leading manufacturer of oceanographic, hydrographic ...


    By Valeport Ltd

  • Visit Valeport at Subsea Expo Exhibition 2016

    Valeport's Exhibition Schedule continues in February at Europe's largest annual subsea exhibition and conference. SubSea Expo 2016 in Aberdeen, Scotland, 3rd - 5th February. Three full days of events, conferences, exhibition stands and breakout sessions mean there is something for everyone involved with European Subsea Underwater Technology: Conference & Technology Showcase – ...


    By Valeport Ltd

  • Fluorometer Optical Sensor Launch Expands Valeport`s Product Range

    Valeport expands it's product range into optical sensors and debuts with the new Hyperion Fluorometer. Valeport’s new Hyperion Fluorometer delivers a high performance measurement of Chlorophyll A, Rhodamine and ...


    By Valeport Ltd

  • New DSC Method to Check Quality of Soldering

    In electronics, soldering is the most frequently used bonding technology to connect two metal surfaces. The method presented here shows how differential scanning calorimetry can be used to analyze the formation of intermetallic layers. The soldering process itself has been known for more than 5000 years. In electronics, soldering is the most frequently used bonding technology employed to connect ...


    By Mettler - Toledo Int. Inc

  • HORIBA Jobin Yvon Grating Helps NASA Discover Icy Mountains on Pluto

    On July 14, 2015, the NEW HORIZONS probe flew over and sent pictures of the planet Pluto, and its satellite Charon, revealing information about their geology, their surface and atmosphere. Pictures of mountains show this geological activity occurred less than 100 million years ago. Areas of carbon monoxide ice, methane, nitrogen were detected. The Pluto's atmosphere consists mainly of nitrogen. ...


    By HORIBA Europe GmbH

  • HORIBA Scientific Launches Swift V.2 For Ultra Fast, High Definition Confocal Raman Imaging

    HORIBA Scientific, global leader in Raman and optical spectroscopy systems for over 50 years, announces the release of their newest SWIFT v2 ultra fast confocal Raman imaging module. Available for the XploRATM PLUS and LabRAM Evolution, the new SWIFT v2 module greatly enhances the ability to obtain fast and detailed confocal Raman images with the click of a button. The module offers a 4x to 5x ...


    By HORIBA Europe GmbH

  • HORIBA Scientific launches SWIFT v2 module for ultra fast, high definition Raman imaging

    HORIBA Scientific, global leader in Raman and optical spectroscopy systems, announces its new SWIFT v2 ultra fast confocal Raman imaging module. Available for the ...


    By HORIBA Europe GmbH

  • HORIBA Scientific launches SWIFTXS module for ultra fast, high definition Raman imaging

    HORIBA Scientific, global leader in Raman and optical spectroscopy systems, announces its new SWIFTXS ultra fast confocal Raman imaging module. Available for the ...


    By HORIBA Europe GmbH

  • Deep-cooled Scientific Spectroscopy Camera Perfect for Low Light and Ultrafast spectroscopy

    HORIBA Scientific, global leader in Optical Spectroscopy systems, launched its new Synapse EM, a deep cooled EMCCD Scientific camera for low light and ultra-fast spectroscopy experiments. The Synapse EM is available in front and back illuminated for optimal quantum efficiency. With a sensor format of 1600 x 200 or 1600 x 400 and a pixel size of 16 microns, the Synapse EM is the ideal candidate ...


    By HORIBA Europe GmbH

  • Are the constants constant?

    Scientists at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) and at Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB) in Germany have been able to improve the constraints on time-variation of fundamental constants by making measurements of two optical clock transitions in the same atom, ytterbium. Fundamental constants of nature are the pillars of modern physics, and measurement scientists are in the ...

  • Pure Technologies selected to lead multi-year program worth up to $20 million U.S.

    Pure Technologies Ltd. (TSX: PUR) is pleased to announce that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Pure Technologies U.S. Inc.("Pure U.S."), has been selected by The City of Baltimore to lead a multi-year program to provide services related to the management of large-diameter water transmission pipelines. The program contract is expected to be for a period of five years ...

  • Andor iXon Ultra 897 camera probes moments after Big Bang

    The Andor iXon Ultra 897 EMCCD camera has been used by an international team of scientists to probe the nature of the symmetry-breaking phase transitions that began the process of creating our universe – the Kibble-Zurek mechanism. Most cosmological scientists agree that within less than a billionth of a second of the Big Bang, the young universe had to ‘decide’ which new state ...


    By Oxford Instruments plc

  • New Canadian research gives further insight into graphene-based devices

    Imagine a tablet device as thin as a piece of paper, folded conveniently in your pocket. Or a 3D TV that wraps around the walls of an entire room in your home. With applications that are nothing short of science fiction, it is no wonder that graphene-based research continues to fascinate scientists. Graphene is a single-layer sheet of carbon atoms ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • New Research Drives Sensor Development

    Recent investment in research and development by Lanarkshire based SST Sensing is paying off as the company announces a new innovation in liquid level detection. SST Sensing have developed an optical fluid sensor that retains the reliability of optical sensors but at a price point normally associated with float switches. Siobhan ...


    By SST Sensing Ltd

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