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Interferometers - (116 companies)
Infrared Spectrometers - (173 companies)...transform infrared (FTIR) spectrometers are single-beam instruments that use an interferometer to spread a sample with infrared light and measure the intensity of the infrared light not absorbed by the sample. The application of a Fourier transform converts... Search by Specification | Learn More
No Image AvailableAutocorrelators - (7 companies)...contain a Michelson interferometer and a lens or curved laser mirror. Superimposed copies of the pulse with the same polarization are propagated collinearly into a non-linear crystal. To determine the interferometric autocorrelation, the average power... Learn More
High Intensity Discharge Lamps - (272 companies)
Field Intensity Meters - (46 companies)
UV Sensors - (62 companies)
Radiometers - (85 companies)
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Sound Intensity Concerning Sound Power determination, the procedure recommended by international standard ISO 9614 can be followed step by step through a task dedicated interface that makes it rapidly operational. Thus, the Sound Intensity Solution is complementary to the Sound Power Solution that is based on the measurement of the sound pressure level as recommended by ISO 374x series. Measuring sound intensity let the user be flexible on the measurement environment and on its acoustic constraints brought... (read more)Browse Sound Level Meters and Noise Dosimeters Datasheets for OROS
Aitken Products, Inc.
High Intensity Gas Infrared Heaters Gas Infrared Heaters- All aluminum and stainless steel construction, with cast aluminum burner manifold. AK & AKS Series- High Intensity Infrared Heaters. For efficient zone control in "hard to heat" areas. No moving parts, no ducts, no vents, no blowers. 20,000 to 200,000 BTU capacities. Natural and LP gas configurations. The entire AK series is AGA-certified as unvented infrared heaters. Click here for a Specifications chart. (read more)Browse Infrared Heaters Datasheets for Aitken Products, Inc.
Meggitt Sensing Systems - Measurement Group
High-Intensity Endevco® Piezoelectric Microphone Meggitt Sensing Systems, a Meggitt group division, has introduced the Endevco ® model 2510 piezoelectric sound pressure level microphone, designed to measure very high-intensity acoustic noise and very low pressure fluctuations over a wide temperature range, supporting extreme acoustic measurement applications such as rocket launch separation studies and high-temperature aircraft engine noise monitoring, among others. Featuring a rugged design, a wide sound pressure measurement range of 100... (read more)Browse Measurement Microphones Datasheets for Meggitt Sensing Systems - Measurement Group
Michelson Interferometers The wide variety of these devices would surprise even Dr. Michelson. Polarizing, non-polarizing, cemented, optically contacted (epoxy free bonded), hexagonal, square, small (1mm), large (45mm), UV, visible, IR. A great breadth of expertise is required to manufacture a space qualified, wide-field Michelson interferometer. Material selection, coating design, modeling of phase & polarization, mechanical design, process development, quality planning, glass shaping... (read more)Browse Interferometers Datasheets for LightMachinery Inc.
Sensor systems for LED color and intensity tests The colorCONTROL MFA is used for measurement of color and intensity on LEDs, displays, and colored objects. An additional benefit is the flexible positioning of the small fibers to the targets. By utilizing the colorCONTROL MFA up to 100 measurement points can be monitored simultaniously. Model selection. . Accuracy. Measuring points. colorCONTROL MFA-1. ±5 %. colorCONTROL MFA-5. ±4 nm. colorCONTROL MFA-5-M. ±4 nm. 5 bis 20. colorCONTROL MFA-5-P. ±4 nm... (read more)Browse Color Sensors Datasheets for Micro-Epsilon
Piezosystem Jena, Inc.
Miniature Plane-Mirror Interferometer Piezosystem Jena's SP-Series miniature plane-mirror interferometers are precision length-measurement instruments designed for incorporation into customer-supplied systems, and are readily adapted to suit a wide variety of experimental setups and tasks. Their miniaturized sensor head allows their employment as permanently installed metrological systems. Planar mirrors or other optical quality reflective surfaces may be employed as reflectors on their translating arms, and may be angularly... (read more)Browse Interferometers Datasheets for Piezosystem Jena, Inc.
Piezosystem Jena, Inc.
Triple Beam Interferometer Our triple-beam interferometers are intended for incorporation into customer supplied systems. They combine three interferometers into a single unit, and thus allow making simultaneous, nanometer precision, triaxial length measurements. Angles may be determined with high precision from the differences between pairs of length measurements and the respective beam separations involved. The dynamic ranges for pitch and yaw measurements are approximately two minutes of arc. A He-Ne laser emitting... (read more)Browse Interferometers Datasheets for Piezosystem Jena, Inc.
Interferometer Flatness Measuring The Lapmaster/LAMTech TOPOS and SPI series of Interferometers both feature Grazing Incidence flatness inspection and the measurement capability for grinding, lapping and polishing applications. Reflective surfaces, matte surfaces and ground surfaces can all be optically measured. The compact and cost-effective SPI series (Models #75 & #130) are contact flatness measuring gauging systems and utilize grazing incidence interferometry, providing the capability to measure surface flatness... (read more)
New - Multi-wavelength Interferometer Keyence's revolutionary, Micro-Head Spectral-Interference, method together with thirty five years of measurement know-how results in a revolutionary new metrology tool. The Keyence SI-F1000 Series Micro-Head Spectral-Interference Laser Displacement Sensor is designed to provide high precision performance packed into a space saving 2mm diameter sensor head. This revolutionary design is designed to provide laboratory accuracy measurements inside the production process and even inside assembled... (read more)Browse Linear Position Sensors Datasheets for KEYENCE
FTIR OEM spectrometer micro;m). The modular concept of the FTIR OEM with independent modules like detector, light source and interferometer permits to integrate the system within evry measurment system. We provide also Software development kit and customization support. High stability in wavelength position and intensity (no baseline drift). High wavelength precision (ideal for peak detection). High resolution (4cm-1). Fibered system (up to 12 µm). Large wavelength range (only limited by the detector... (read more)Browse Infrared Spectrometers Datasheets for Arcoptix S.A
...spectroscopy. As the Michelson is scanned, intensity output is Fourier transform of the input spectrum. Typically, a helium neon laser is used to track the changing path difference while a camera or single element detector records the intensity at the output of the Michelson. Compared to a grating based...
interferometers typically have an element in the path of the reference wavefront that introduces three or more known phase steps or shifts. By detecting the intensity pattern with a detector at each of the phase shifts, the phase distribution of the object wavefront can be quantitatively calculated...
...fringes caused by the back surface, allowing the front surface to be accurately measured. Figure 2 shows the configuration for measuring both surfaces and the pixel-by-pixel thickness of a trans-. parent disk in a single measurement. The measurement process begins with adjusting light intensity...
...and. spatial phase measurement which is also called the spatial carrier method. Temporal phase measurement is a well-established method for measuring optical. wavefront phase 2. In this technique, three or more interferogram intensity profiles are. recorded. For each recording, there is a different...
...interferom-. intensity pattern. eter was suggested by Smythe and. on the detector. c. b. Moore in 1984. Dubbed a simultane-. (2x,2y+1) (2x+1,2y+1). (patents pending). ous phase shifting interferometer. x = 0,1,2,...N/2. (SPSI), it used three or four separate. y = 0,1,2,...M/2. cameras aligned...
...the very large gain in S/N ratio as a function of spatial frequencies obtained with this new light source. The introduction of the Laser as the standard light source for interferometers solved immediately the problems associated with the trade-off of low intensity and low temporal and spatial...
...for determining. intensity can be expressed as,. pulse width. I ( ) ~. ( ) ( ). (5). AC. I t I t + dt. E (t). Dichroic Filter. Detector Iris. Nonlinear Crystal. Lens. This represents the intensity autocorrelation of the laser. Variable Arm. pulse. It is proportional to the intensity of the two. E (t+). I(t...
...which tel s us both. what needs to be done to correct the optics and how well the optics will perform if they are not corrected. To determine the phase difference between the two interfering beams, one must measure the intensity of the. interference fringes while the phase difference between...
...reflected off the metal. This shadow is measured as the SPR effect. Figure 1. (click to enlarge) Commonly used Kretschmann configuration of glass prism with gold as the metal coating (a). The dip in intensity of the light due to the surface plasmon resonance phenomenon as a function of angle...
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Direct UV Written Michelson Interferometer for RZ Signal Generation Using Phase-to-Intensity Modulation Conversion