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Bristol Instruments, Inc. - Victor, NY
Bristol Instruments offers wavelength meters and spectrum analyzers for characterization of CW and pulsed lasers from 350 nm to 12 microns. Wavelength and spectrum is measured to an accuracy of +/- 0.0001 nm and a resolution of 2 GHz, respectively. Interferometer-based products are also available...
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...
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...
ABB, Analytical Measurement - Quebec, Canada
Anasys Instruments Corp. - Santa Barbara, CA
Aragon Photonics Labs S.L.U. - Zaragoza, Spain
Avantes BV - Apeldoorn, Netherlands
Block Engineering - Marlborough, MA
CI Systems Ltd. - Migdal Haemek, Israel
D&P Instruments - Simsbury, CT
EssentOptics Ltd. - Minsk, Belarus
Fibre Photonics Ltd. - Livingston, Scotland
Headwall Photonics, Inc. - Fitchburg, MA
HORIBA Jobin Yvon, A HORIBA International Co., HORIBA Scientific - Longjumeau, France
Idealab, Inc. - Franklin, MA
IET - International Equipment Trading Ltd. - Vernon Hills, IL
Infrared Focal Systems, Inc. - Silver Spring, MD
Inno-Spec GmbH - Nuremberg, Germany
JETI Technische Instrumente GmbH - Jena, Germany
McPherson - Chelmsford, MA
Mightex Systems - Toronto, Canada
New Infrared Technologies (NIT) - Madrid, Spain
Ocean Optics Germany GmbH, A Halma Group Co. - Ostfildern, Germany
OPTRA, Inc. - Topsfield, MA
Pembroke Instruments, LLC - San Francisco, CA
Pie Photonics Ltd. - Tullamore, Ireland
PIKE Technologies, Inc. - Madison, WI
SENTECH Instruments GmbH - Berlin, Germany
Sentinel Photonics - Monmouth Junction, NJ
Spectra Vista Corp. - Poughkeepsie, NY
Spectral Imaging Ltd. (SPECIM) - Oulu, Finland
Spectraline, Inc. - West Lafayette, IN
Wasatch Photonics, Inc. - Logan, UT
Wilks Enterprise, Inc. - East Norwalk, CT
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.
The invisible portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that lies between about 0.75 and 1000 µm. Radiation in the near-infrared produces a sensation of heat.
The measurement of the ability of matter to absorb, transmit or reflect infrared radiation and the relating of the resultant data to chemical structure.
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