March 2006

March 2006

Dear Photonics Professionals


In the past Month


We added to our portfolio:


–         Transceivers and other Active Components from 

–         CWDM and other Passive Components  from

–         Plastic filters

–         UV Lens assemblies


Our existing suppliers announced:


–         Co-Axial Time-of-Flight Detector for Mass Spectrometry  from

–         More news form to be released in the Pittcon conference as per below displayed interactive newsletter,

–         ICCD‘s from

–         Spectroradiometer from as per below press release (below the Burle news letter)

–         Improved specs of the ID-Q Photon-Counter as per


NEW at IL Photonics:


–         SDC OEM Spectrometer available as Demo

–         LU-075M Camera available as Demo

–         We have an open position for a sales assistant/engineer with good command of Chineseand English.

–         New 2006 pricelists on Optics (With many more items), Opto-Mechanics andMonochromators/Spectrographs. Please reply to this message with “Send the 2006 XXXX pricelist”

–         An updated product list has been attached for your reference. New products are displayed inred.

New detection products featured at PITTCON 2006




Jeti specbos 1201 spectro-radiometer a precise measurement of radiometric, photometric and colorimetric data of various light sources (displays, lamps, illuminaires, LEDs, fluorescent material, etc.). specbos 1201 measures the spectral radiance and the spectral irradiance as well as all derived values as luminance, illuminance, color temperature, color rendering index (CRI) etc. specbos 1301 and specbos 1401 are suited for the same quantities and additionally for spectral radiant flux respectively. the spectral radiant intensity (especially of LED according to CIE 127) and the derived photometric and colorimetric data.



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