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Project Camera with USB3 Vision or GigE Vision, FDC:

Project Camera with USB3 Vision or GigE Vision, FDC:

This camera “re-shapes” itself for your projects.

 With the new “FDC” camera platform, project expert Kappa optronics presents an answer to every wish for an affordable industrial camera.

Remarkable about this solution is its flexibility, not only at the mechanical level, which is obvious even at first glance: this design can take any form the customer needs.
The FDC project camera is available as a PCB version and as one with a cubic housing (29x29x29 mm), also equipped with IP protection class and different mounts, as well as with other geometric dimensions and additional functionalities as requested. The continually expanding sensor portfolio, currently consisting of first-class CMOS and CCD sensors from Sony, Pregius, ON Semi and e2V, allows optimal customization for customer needs. Sensor cover removal and cooling are also possible. Two outstanding interfaces are immediately selectable, USB3 Vision for single-cable data transfer with bandwidth up to 350 MB/sec, and the GigE Vision industrial interface, as well as further I/Os and triggers. Using standardized data protocols, project cameras can be easily integrated and connected via plug and play to popular software solutions. Additionally, a development kit is available.

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nanoplus lasers in space

After the launch of the Mars Rover in November 2011, nanoplus lasers are again part of a prestigious space project. This time, the nanoplus lasers are on board of the TROPOMI (Tropospheric Monitoring Instrument) which is the single payload of the Copernicus Sentinel-5 Precursor satellite.

Vadeno Optical Solutions congratulates the project team under The Netherlands and ESA aegis to the successful launch of its Copernicus satellite on October 13th, 2017, from Plesetsk, Russia.
We are excited that our lasers are part of this important mission on monitoring air quality around the globe. According to the project motto "Observing our future", we will follow Tropomi's results with great interest.


Observing our future - TROPOMI
TROPOMI will monitor air quality around the earth to cater the scientific and operational community, which is involved in climate and wheather. The data it collects will help to refine e. g. air quality forecasts, environmental hazard and UV warnings as well as operational wheather forecasts. A further major objective of the mission is to better evaluate the impact of trace gas emissions on climate change.
On a daily basis, Tropomi will quantify the principal tropospheric pollutants: O3, NO2, CO, HCHO and SO2. At the same time, it will measure the two main greenhouse gases, tropospheric O3 and CH4. Various parameters of aerosols will equally be examined, as they influence climate change and pollution of the troposphere.
According to ESA TROPOMI is a "space-borne, nadir-viewing, imaging spectrometer sensing ultraviolet (UV), visible (VIS), near (NIR) and short-wavelength infrared (SWIR)". With passive remote sensing techniques TROPOMI determines at the top of atmosphere the solar radiation reflected by and radiated from earth.
The Copernicus satellite pioneers a series of atmospheric composition Sentinels and has started on a mission of seven years. It is a joint project of Airbus Defence and Space, KNMI (The Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute), SRON  (Netherlands Institute for Space Research) and TNO (The Netherlands Organisation for applied scientific research). The space mission was assigned by NSO (Netherlands Space Office) and ESA (European Space Agency).

Source for photo: European Space Agency

Linos Achromats

Reliable components for demanding OEM applications

 The LINOS Achromates are distinguished by their outstanding design and the consistently high manufacturing competence of this sophisticated optical system. Superior is the correction of the spherical aberration. As a result, the LINOS achromats are ideally suited for monochromatic focusing or collimation with minimal deformation of the wavefront, for example with laser light.


With the design of the LINOS Achromate, the coma is optimized in the area near the axis - the optics become less sensitive to small tipping. Your benefit: Time gain in quick adjustment! All LINOS achromats are laser-centered and subject to strict quality control of the surface shape. Especially as an OEM component, this guarantees a consistently high imaging quality very close to the theoretical diffraction limit.
 
Your advantages through the use of LINOS achromats:
 
• High efficiency in light coupling due to minimal spherical aberration
• Consistent quality through the use of branded lenses
• Fast adjustment due to narrow focal length tolerance and coma correction

See Through Raman Technology selected as R&D 100 Finalist

B&W Tek, a mobile spectroscopy solutions company that delivers lab quality Raman, LIBS and NIR solutions, has been proudly selected as a 2017 R&D 100 Finalist for the i-Raman® Pro ST Portable See Through Raman Analyzer.

 This is the second time B&W Tek has been recognized for such a distinguished honor following the win of the 2016 R&D 100 Awards in Analytical Equipment for our NanoLIBS®. This year’s award winners will be announced at the R&D 100 Awards Gala on Nov. 17, 2017, which will close out this year’s R&D 100 Conference held at the Walt Disney World Swan Resort in Orlando, FL.


For years now starting with the NanoRam, our Raman systems have helped to make sampling raw materials easier with their rapid, selective and nondestructive methods. This year, the i-Raman Pro ST made it as a finalist for its ability to collect Raman signals from materials inside opaque containers and packages. The see through feature minimizes the risk of exposure by keeping samples in the containers while also maintaining sample integrity. The large spot size also helps decrease the risk of photo damage to materials while increasing the sampling area to ensure proper identification. The i-Raman Pro ST is used in a variety of industries including package inspections, raw material identification, and bioscience analysis.


For more than half a century, the R&D 100 Awards have honored the most innovative companies in different industries involving science and technology. This award further validates B&W Tek as a leader in innovative spectroscopy solutions as we continue to make raw material analysis and identification easier, safer, and quicker for our customers.

New iFlex Laser Brochure

High-Performance Laser Systems for Scientific, Analytical and Metrology Applications

 The iFLEX® family of laser technology includes the high
performance iFLEX-iRIS™ laser series and the ultra-stable,
multi-wavelength laser engine series of iFLEX-Gemini™
and iFLEX-Viper®.

Combine iFLEX lasers with the kineFLEX® single-mode
fiber optics manufactured by Qioptiq, to create the
world’s most stable fiber coupled lasers.
With over 25 years of experience delivering marketleading
technology, Qioptiq continues to support
customers with demanding applications in semicon,
biotech, analytical and industry, through
new innovations in iFLEX laser technology.

iFLEX® Laser Brochure - Now available

Autofocus lens from Qioptiq

flo.x liquid lens objective from Qioptiq is a perfect lens to realize autofocus without moving mechanical parts.

The flo.x liquid lens objective combines the technical opportunities of the liquid lens with the traditional manufacturing for industrial lens applications. With this lens, it becomes possible to realize autofocus applications without moving mechanical parts. This high performance lens, with minimal dimensions, enables very compact lens-camera assemblies that can be integrated even in the most space constraint environments.
Direct driving of the liquid lens by means of electrical voltage results in electronic focusing that is much faster than mechanical control with motors and gears.
The lens shows very high optical performance of up to 100 lp/mm at the sensor side with an angle of view of 65°. Also a huge working distance range is realized and the lens focuses from 15 mm to infinity.
Highest optical performance
High numerical aperture
Focusing without moving mechanical parts
Extreme small form of structure
Focal length: 3.35 mm
Image circle: 4.0 mm (1/4")
Object field angle: 65°
Working distance: 15 mm - 8
Spectral range: 430 - 680 nm
Focusing: electronic
Fix aperture: 2.8
Interface: M12 x 0.5 (S-Mount)
Lens diameter: 16 mm