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Delta Optical Thin Film has introduced a range of high performance Multi-Bandpass Filters well suited for advanced applications in fluorescence spectroscopy. A Multi-Bandpass Filter is an optical filter capable of transmitting two or more distinct wavelength bands while blocking others.

Delta Optical Thin Film has been able to obtain high passband transmission, deep out-of-band blocking as well as steep edges through the introduction of a new Bühler Leybold Optics’ Helios 800 magnetron sputtering machine combined with their decades of experience in filter design and manufacturing. The unique combination of large batch sizes and short production time allows these advanced optical filters to be manufactured in volume at very competitive prices.

Manufacturers of point-of-care instruments using fluorescence analysis are seeking to build multi-purpose instruments capable of working with multiple excitation wavelengths and/or multiple emission wavelengths. Multi-Bandpass Filters is an enabling technology that enables such versatile and compact instruments to be made enabling analyses of multiple biological materials with the same instrument.



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