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Boston Electronics Corp. - Brookline, MA
Supplies quantum cascade tunable IR lasers (3.3 to 17+ microns); UV/IR detectors; choppers, shutters, lock-in amplifiers; single-photon counting electronics and systems for single molecule detection, fluorescence lifetime imaging/spectroscopy, diffuse optical tomography and laser radar. Also photon...
Gigahertz-Optik, Inc., Sub. of Gigahertz-Optik GmbH - Newburyport, MA
Manufacturer of instrumentation for the measurement of light and measurement with light including UV-VIS-NIR radiometers, photometers, colorimeters, LED light analyzers, integrating spheres, power, reflectance and transmittance meters, and calibration standards. Standard lab-based systems, mobile...
Hamamatsu Corporation, Sub. of Hamamatsu Photonics K.K. - Bridgewater, NJ
Importer and distributor of photonic components and subsystems for use in instrumentation. Products include photomultiplier tubes, solid-state photodetectors, IR detectors, image sensors, scientific-grade CCD cameras, light sources and x-ray solutions. In Europe, please call freephone 00 800 800...
Opto Diode Corp., Member of the ITW Photonics Group - Newbury Park, CA
Manufactures high quality IR LEDs and custom LEDs in the visible range, and standard and custom high performance photodetectors. New radiation devices detect photons in the UV range, x-rays, and other high energy particles. In-house US wafer fab, competitive pricing, and short lead times.
OSI Optoelectronics, Inc., An OSI Systems Co. - Hawthorne, CA
OSI Optoelectronics is the global leader in the design and manufacture of high performance standard, custom and OEM silicon and InGaAs photodiodes as well as a host of optoelectronic components and subassemblies for aerospace and defense, security and inspection systems, medical, communications and...
PHOTONIS USA, Inc., Sub. of PHOTONIS Technologies - Sturbridge, MA
Developer and manufacturer of products based on fiber optic and electro-optic technologies including mass spectrometry, RGA and SEM detectors, electron multipliers, microchannel plates and detectors, ion guides, reflectrons, glass coated wires and glass capillary arrays. Applications include...
Advanced Photonix, Inc., Corp. Headquarters - Ann Arbor, MI
American Ultraviolet Co. - Lebanon, IN
APC Hero, Division of Advanced Power Components plc - Eaton Socon, England
Apogee Instruments, Inc. - Logan, UT
D-Star Instruments, Inc. - Manassas, VA
ECOM s.r.o. - Prague, Czech Republic
EIT Instrument Markets - Sterling, VA
Electro Optical Components, Inc. - Santa Rosa, CA
First Sensor AG - Berlin, Germany
Opsytec Dr. Groebel GmbH - Ettlingen, Germany
B. Hagner AB - Solna, Sweden
Hitachi High Technologies America, A Hitachi Co., Life Sciences Div. - Dallas, TX
Huygen Corp. - Crystal Lake, IL
IN USA Inc. - Norwood, MA
Kyosemi Corp. - Kyoto, Japan
Laser Components (UK) Ltd. - Chelmsford, England
Laser Probe, Inc. - Utica, NY
MILTEC UV - Stevensville, MD
OEC GmbH - Zusmarshausen, Germany
Ofil Ltd. - Nes Ziona, Israel
Promis Electro-Optics BV - Wijchen, Netherlands
Resonance Ltd. - Barrie, Canada
RHB Laboratories - Dove Creek, CO
Scitec Instruments Ltd. - Bradford on Avon, England
Sens-Tech Ltd. - Langley, England
Solar Light Co., Inc. - Glenside, PA
Solartech, Inc. - Harrison Township, MI
Spectronics Corp. - Westbury, NY
Spire Corp. - Bedford, MA
Thermo Scientific, Sub. of Thermo Fisher Scientific, CIDTEC Cameras & Imagers - Liverpool, NY
World Precision Instruments, Inc. - Sarasota, FL
1. A device designed to convert the energy of incident radiation into another form for the determination of the presence of the radiation. The device may function by electrical, photographic or visual means. 2. A device that provides an electric...
That invisible region of the spectrum just beyond the violet end of the visible region. Wavelengths range from 1 to 400 nm.
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