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Solid-State Multispectral Imaging Filters

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CRi, now a PerkinElmer company, developed the modern liquid crystal tunable imaging filter. Thousands are in use worldwide and even in space. Available in VIS and NIR ranges with bandwidths as narrow as 0.25 nm. High contrast for real quantitative work. Plug-and-play USB with free SDK. New integrated packaging eliminates bulky controller boxes.


Photonics Showcase
Jan 2012
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