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Optical Building Blocks Corp. - Birmingham, NJ
Optical Building Blocks Corporation (OBB) announces the introduction of the new QuattroTM Steady State Fluorometer and Time-Resolved Phosphorimeter. The Quattro™ is a new bench-top luminescence spectrometer that is an ideal research tool and QC/QA instrument for a variety of disciplines...
GratingWorks, USA - Acton, MA
Designer and manufacturer of holographic diffraction gratings, spectrograph modules and mini spectrometers for analytical measurements in the UV, visible and NIR spectral regions. Products include planar, concave and convex gratings; single-, multichannel and image spectrograph modules, mini...
Hellma USA, Inc., Sub. of Hellma GmbH & Co. KG - Plainview, NY
Manufactures and supplies Hellma cells, fiber optic probes, photometric calibration standards, flat and cylindrical optics and accessories for lasers, spectrophotometers and fluorometers. Supplies Heraeus light sources including vacuum UV, deuterium, hollow cathode, PID spectral calibration and...
Ocean Optics, Inc., A Halma Group Co. - Dunedin, FL
Supplier of fully integrated optical sensing systems for research, development and OEM markets. Manufacturing expertise in electro-optical assemblies, optical fibers and precision optics. Ocean Optics is part of the multinational Halma Group of safety and detection companies.
SpectrEcology, LLC - Jasper, GA
We sell UV, VIS and NIR spectrometers from Wasatch Photonics, Ocean Optics, Energetiq and TSI. We were the inventors of the miniature fiber optic spectrometer when we founded Ocean Optics in 1989, and we have developed over 2,000 fiber optic spectrometers, light sources, probes and chemical sensors...
Amptek, Inc. - Bedford, MA
AstraNet Systems Ltd. - Harston, England
Bruker, Nano Surfaces Div. - Tucson, AZ
D-Star Instruments, Inc. - Manassas, VA
Edinburgh Instruments Ltd., Edinburgh Sensors - Livingston, Scotland
Edinburgh Instruments Ltd., Photonics - Livingston, Scotland
Griot Group Inc. - Santa Clara, CA
Heinz Optical Engineering, LLC - San Diego, CA
HORIBA Scientific, A HORIBA International Co., HORIBA Scientific - Edison, NJ
IET - International Equipment Trading Ltd. - Vernon Hills, IL
Kimmon Koha USA, Inc., Sub. of Kimmon Koha Co., Ltd. - Centennial, CO
LTB Lasertechnik Berlin GmbH - Berlin, Germany
P&P Optica Inc. - Waterloo, Canada
Photon Technology International, Inc. - Birmingham, NJ
PicoQuant GmbH - Berlin, Germany
Rebellion Photonics - Houston, TX
Vertilon Corp. - Westford, MA
Wasatch Photonics, Inc. - Logan, UT
The spectroscopic study of radiation emitted by the process of fluorescence.
A kind of spectrograph in which some form of detector, other than a photographic film, is used to measure the distribution of radiation in a particular wavelength region.
test and measurement
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