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Holo/Or produces diffractive optical elements, such as the diffractive top hat beam shaper, also known as flat top or analytical beam shaper. This is an optical window-like component that transforms a near-Gaussian beam (typical M2 values < 1.5) with a known beam diameter into a highly uniform, focused spot with a well-defined size and shape, and without any speckles. The spot shape can be of any geometrical form, such as circle, square, rectangle, line, etc.
Terry Hancock shared a photograph of the “Clouds of Camelopardalis,” which was taken at Grand Mesa Observatory in Purdy Mesa, Colorado in the United States, using Chroma Technology‘s LRGB filters. This photo was taken over 2 days, with a total acquisition time of 5 hours.
To see more of Terry’s work, visit the Grand Mesa Observatory website.
ID Quantique is proud to offer factory refurbished quantum sensing detectors and electronics at 5% – 40% below original retail price. This stock is comprised of devices used for customer demos, tradeshow displays, internal R&D support, as well as items that have been traded in for credit towards ID Quantique SNSPD systems.
For details, view ID Quantique’s refurbished product page.
LEDMOTIVE Technologies S.L has installed its patented system of intelligent spectral playback in one of the Repsol industrial complexes, a 24/7 control room in the control room of an olefin plant located in Tarragona Spain.
The aim of this new lighting system is to provide the dynamism of daylight. The system reproduces the changing illumination patterns that occur throughout the day in a secure, windowless room.