Laser Wavelength Meter for Pulsed Lasers
Jun 2006Bristol Instruments Inc.Request Info
VICTOR, N.Y., June 7, 2006 -- Bristol Instruments Inc., a maker of precision scientific instruments
which was founded by former employees of Burleigh, has introduced a new
laser wavelength meter developed for operation with pulsed lasers and
optical parametric oscillators. The 821 pulsed-laser wavelength meter
uses optical interferometry to measure wavelength with the reliable
accuracy required for applications such as high-resolution laser
spectroscopy, photochemistry and optical remote sensing.
821 measures the absolute wavelength of pulsed and continuous wave
lasers to an accuracy of ± 0.02 cm-1. Model 821 is unique in that
continuous calibration with a built-in wavelength standard guarantees
the wavelength measurement accuracy. The 821 system operates over the
wavelength range of 350 to 1100 nm, and several product features allow
for convenient integration into an experiment in order to provide
real-time wavelength data.
"When an experiment requires
accurate laser wavelength information, it is extremely important to
have confidence in the method used for wavelength measurement," said
Brian Samoriski, president of Bristol Instruments. "Bristol Instruments
has used its many years of experience in laser wavelength measurement
technology to ensure that the 821 pulsed-laser wavelength meter
provides the reliable accuracy researchers expect from such an
instrument. The ultimate benefit is more meaningful experimental
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Bristol Instruments Inc.
10 East Main St.
Victor, NY 14564
Phone: (585) 924-2620
Fax: (585) 924-2623