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Universe Kogaku (America) Inc.
Understanding the Differences in Focal Lengths Understanding what focal lengths mean and how they work is very important when trying to find the perfect lens for the job. The focal length of an optical lens is basically the measurement of how strongly the lens can converge or focus and diverge or defocus light. The focal length is determined by how quickly the lens can take collimated rays and bring them into focus. Lenses with a shorter focal point have more optical power than those with longer focal lengths because they have the power... (read more)Browse Optical Lenses Datasheets for Universe Kogaku (America) Inc.
Ultrasonic Detector with Phased Array Imaging capabilities. Key Features: Available with Phased Array Imaging Package. EN12668-1 compliant. Over 30 digital receiver filter selections. 6 kHz pulse repetition rate for high speed scanning. Automatic phased array probe recognition. Intuitive wedge delay and sensitivity calibration for all focal laws. Programmable analog/alarm outputs. IP66 environmental rating for harsh environments. Horizontal design with navigation panel and knob parameter adjustment. Digital high dynamic range receiver. Full VGA... (read more)Browse Flaw Detectors Datasheets for Olympus IMS
American Microsemiconductor, Inc.
Diode Arrays reliability, high density packaging, fewer assembly steps (pick and place), fewer discrete parts to assemble. Our diode arrays also feature low junction capacitance and fast switching isolated diodes in a wide variety of packages. AMS welcomes military and custom diode array inquiries in all packages. American Microsemiconductor Inc. supplies diode arrays in. Plastic DIP Packages. Hermetic ceramic DIP Packages. Flat Packages. Surface Mount Packages. Many Transistor (TO) type Packages. In addition... (read more)Browse Diode Arrays Datasheets for American Microsemiconductor, Inc.
TriStar Plastics Corp.
Rulon Plane Bearings Cost-Effective Performance and Reliability. Rulon bearings outperform metal materials and are ideal for non-lubricated, high-load applications in punishing environments. Rulon bearings are heavy-duty, rust-resistant, long-wearing and cost-efficient. Rulon is the preferred material in many applications. When your application calls for Rulon you should call TriStar. With the largest US inventory and multiple distribution centers, we have what you need, when you need it. Our Rulon Bearing Selector... (read more)Browse Plain Bearings and Sleeve Bearings Datasheets for TriStar Plastics Corp.
InP/InGaAs Epitaxial Wafers for PD and PD Arrays One of the many technologies that Marktech has recently introduced are customized 1.7 µm InP/InGaAs Epitaxial Wafers for use in PIN Photodiodes, APD and PD arrays. Based on the application needs, these high speed, high sensitivity wafers can be offered in a number of array and aperature sizes. Custom PD Array Capability Ranges: Cell Active Area: 40 µm x 40 µm. Pitch: 50 µm. 1D array: 2 x 64 (390 µm x 3531 µm); 2 x 128 (390 µm x 6960 µm... (read more)Browse Photodiodes Datasheets for Marktech Optoelectronics
Back Illuminated Photodiode Arrays FCI-InGaAs-300B1XX series are multifunctional backside illuminated photodiode/arrays. They come standard in a single element diode or 4 - or 8- elements array with active area of 300µm. These back illuminated InGaAs photodiode/arrays are designed to be flip chip mounted (active area facing up), or assembled face down minimizing the overall dimensions. These low inductance, low dark current, and low capacitance back illuminated photodiode /arrays come with ot without ceramic substrates. FEATURES... (read more)Browse Photodiodes Datasheets for OSI Optoelectronics
Fiber Coupling Microlens Arrays Leister's Custom Micro-lens Arrays in Silica and Fused Silica are optimized for coupling light efficiently into single mode fiber arrays of many different NxM dimensions.. Features Include: Low insertion loss,. High uniformity of ROC, conic, and pitch. Low surface roughness. Telcordia compliance. Low surface defects & contaminants. Ultra compact size. Applications include: CWDM, WDM. ROADM, WSS. De/MUX, OXC. Contact Leister today to see if we can meet your fiber coupling needs. (read more)Browse Fiber Optic Couplers Datasheets for Leister USA
PHOTONIS Technologies SAS
Electron Generator Arrays Because each of the millions of pores produce electrons, the resultant electron flux is extremely uniform and dense. EGAs can be used as the electron source in electron impact ionization source applications. This technology has the advantage of performing as a cold ionization source, which eliminates pyrolytic effects that occur when the heat generated by the filament chemically changes the unknown substances to be identified. (read more)Browse Electron Multipliers Datasheets for PHOTONIS Technologies SAS
UV LEDs and Custom Arrays at wavelengths of 355nm to 400nm on the other hand are a highly efficient, longer lifetime alternative to standard bulb types. Temperatures are easily controllable with LEDs and the time needed to cure can be drastically reduced without damage to the scanned object. Custom packaging of UV die in LED or array configurations are also available. UV LEDs are widely used in general sensing applications which include airport identification and inspection equipment, coin and bill validation and medical sensing... (read more)Browse Light Emitting Diodes (LED) Datasheets for Marktech Optoelectronics
American Microsemiconductor, Inc.
Need a Military Diode Array ? 1N5772 Diode Array (Military) from AMS. The 1N5772 Diode Array from American Microsemiconductor Inc. (AMS) comes in a 10 pin ceramic flat pack and offers high breakdown voltage, Low forward voltage drop, fast switching and is intended for high reliability and military applications. ( See AMS Data Sheet). AMS supplies the same diode array configuration, 1N5772, in a variety of packages for Military, Industrial, and commercial applications. AMS supplies many diode... (read more)Browse Diode Arrays Datasheets for American Microsemiconductor, Inc.
), and ND2 (1.7D, 371144; Linos, Göttingen, Germany), near-infrared achromatic doublets L1 (focal length 5 cm, NT45–803; Edmund Optics), L2 (focal length 8 cm, 322393; Linos), L3 (focal length 7.5 cm, AC254–075-B; Thorlabs, Newton, NJ), L4 (focal length 15 cm, AC254–150-B; Thorlabs), L5 (focal length...
(see Figure 3).5 Confocal optics create a very narrow depth of focus to reject signal from beyond that narrow focal plane. Repeated scanning at different depths creates multiple high-quality optical sections that can be reconstructed into a 3-D image of the thick sample. In contrast, on microarrays...
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Lens (optics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A compound lens is an array of simple lenses (elements) with a common axis; the use of multiple elements allows more optical aberrations to be
ESA Science & Technology: NIRSpec – the Near-Infrared...
of the curved telescope focal surface allocated to NIRSpec onto its first smaller image plane, where the Micro-Shutter Array lies.
ESA Science & Technology: Cosmic Microwave Polarisation Mapper
The aperture diameter is 65 cm. The basic design is composed of two F/1.22 Gregorian telescopes with one focal plane per telescope.
SNAP Focal Plane M. Lamptonf, C. Akerlofb, G. Alderinga, R....
SNAP Focal Plane M. Lamptonf, C. Akerlofb, G. Alderinga, R. Amanullahc, P. Astierd, E. Barreletd, C. Bebeka, L. Bergstr?mc, J. Bercovitza, G.
MIT Lincoln Laboratory: Orthogonal-Transfer Arrays
at Lincoln Laboratory are making it possible for the world's largest focal plane to image vaster expanses of the night sky than ever before.
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4. Focal plane array. The microscope focal plane uses
IR Detector - New England Photoconductor
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Adaptive Focal Plane Array (AFPA) Advanced Wide FOV Architectures for Image Reconstruction and Exploitation (AWARE)
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