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Optical Thickness Gauge

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Optical Thickness GaugeThe 137LS Optical Thickness Gauge from Bristol Instruments Inc. is a noncontact thickness gauge with the capability to measure the thickness of materials up to 28 mm.

The measurements provided by the 137LS Optical Thickness Gauge have an accuracy of ±1 μm and a repeatability of ±0.05 μm. Because the 137LS system uses light to measure material thickness, it can accommodate both hard and soft materials without damage or deformation. All material layers are measured simultaneously.

Applications include the development and production of thicker products such as medical tubing and multielement optical lens systems.

Photonics Spectra
Mar 2019

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