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Photonics Buyers' Guide > Visible Spectrum Measuring Instruments
(29 companies)
Visible Spectrum Measuring Instruments
  • Bristol Instruments, Inc. - Victor, NYThe Power of Precision! BRISTOL INSTRUMENTS offers a variety of optical interferometer-based products for scientists and engineers who are involved in scientific research, fiber communications, and optical metrology. Wavelength meters and spectrum analyzers are available to characterize CW and...
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  • Ophir - Spiricon LLC, A Newport Co., Photonics - North Logan, UTMarkets, calibrates and supplies a complete line of laser measurement equipment including laser power/energy meters and sensors, laser beam profilers and M2 measurements. Products include camera-based profiling for real-time 2D/3D measurement and scanning-slit profiling; capable of measuring...
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  • Oriel Instruments, A Newport Co. - Irvine, CAThe Oriel brand represents leading instruments, such as light sources covering a broad range from UV to IR, pulsed or continuous, and low to high power. Oriel also offers monochromators and spectrographs as well as flexible FT-IR spectrometers, which make it easy for users across many industries to...
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  • RESOLUTION Spectra Systems - Meylan, FranceRESOLUTION Spectra Systems offers ultra-high resolution laser spectrum analyzers and wavemeters for monitoring and characterizing narrow-linewidth lasers that operate from the visible to the near-infrared. For CW and pulsed lasers - Ideal tools for the fine characterization of your cw or pulsed...
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  • TERMS
  • visible (VIS) That term pertaining to the spectral region that can be perceived by the eye.
  • visible spectrum That region of the electromagnetic spectrum to which the retina is sensitive and by which the eye sees. It extends from about 400 to 750 nm in wavelength.
  • spectrum measuring instrument A traveling microscope or an automatic microdensitometer used to measure the spectrum plate obtained in a spectrograph.