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OPTICAL BENCH

Photonics Spectra
Jun 2009
Avantes BVRequest Info
 
Avantes BV has announced a new optical bench design integrated into its AvaSpec ULS2048 fiber optic spectrometer. The AvaBench75-ULS2048 has a dual internal mode stripper and multiple compound parabolic concentrators to reduce stray light levels down to 0.04%. The new design features high rigidity, decreasing by a factor of 20 strain sensitivity caused by microbending. Applications include high absorbance unit measurements, long optical path measurements and high optical density measurements. The optical bench and spectrometer are available for OEM integration into other systems, or they can be purchased as separate instruments.


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GLOSSARY
optical bench
A support for optical parts comprising a solid bed that permits precise longitudinal movement of one component relative to the others, and a number of sliders equipped with holders for lenses, lamps, apertures, eyepieces, ground glass, etc. Scales often are provided to measure the movement of the various sliders. Some special-purpose benches carry a nodal slide and flat-field bar with a microscope carriage for lens testing. Two-dimensional benches have appeared recently that consist of a...
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