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Filtered Raman Probes

Jun 2014
FiberTech Optica Inc.Request Info
KITCHENER, Ontario, Canada, Feb. 27, 2014 — FiberTech Optica Inc. has released a series of internally filtered fiber optic Raman probes for biomedical, laboratory and industrial process control applications.

The probes consist of a bifurcated fiber optic cable with an integrated probe head that features separated excitation and collection optical paths. The collection end can be configured either as a slit or as a round bundle.

Two probe head models for 785-nm excitation are available with 3.8- or 12.7-mm outer diameters (3- or 10-mm clear apertures, respectively). They are configured with f/2 collection optics to match standard 0.22-numerical-aperture optical fibers and are rated for up to 300 mW of input laser power.


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fiber optic cable
A package for an optical fiber or fibers that may include cladding, buffering, strength members and an outer jacket.
process control
The collection and analysis of data relevant to monitoring the rate and quality of industrial production, either continuously or in batches. Corrections can be made manually or automatically, via a feedback control loop.
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