Monthly Archives: May 2023

Photonis Unveils Unparalleled Time-of-Flight Solution for MS

Photonis, the leaders in Time-of-Flight (TOF) detection technologies for Mass Spectrometry (MS), will showcase their latest advancements in TOF detection with additions to their existing detector platforms – the Advanced Performance (APTOF) and Bipolar TOF (BPTOF) Series. The company will present the APTOF A300, a capacitively-coupled, compact-assembly detector designed for small footprint and/or benchtop TOF systems. The … Continue reading

May 31, 2023 Blog, Detectors, Photonis

Machine Vision Optical Filters for the Automation Industry

Chroma Technology produces Machine Vision, thin-film interference filters, with extremely durable sputtered coatings in various form factors and sizes that work in a variety of applications. These optical filters for automated vision applications, such as machine vision and robotic guidance, can provide greater contrast over a wide range of viewing angles by detecting the signal … Continue reading

May 28, 2023 Blog, Chroma Technology, Optics

Applications of TFPs

A Thin Film Polarizer (TFP) is a versatile optical component that finds application in various fields such as telecommunications, biomedical imaging, and analytical instrumentation. In the field of telecommunications, TFPs are used to control the polarization of light in optical communication systems. By separating polarizations, TFPs help to reduce signal loss in long fibers and … Continue reading

May 25, 2023 Blog, CRYSTECH, Optics

DOEs Improve Results in Picosecond Laser Skin Treatment

Diffractive optical elements (DOEs) are the way to get better results in picosecond laser skin treatment according to a recent article, entitled “Diffractive micro-lens array (DLA) for uniform and selective picosecond laser treatment.” The researchers found that compared to a regular micro-lens array, diffractive beam splitters and diffractive lens arrays provide better uniformity and penetration of … Continue reading

May 24, 2023 Blog, Holo/Or, Optics
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