• Abberior Instruments and Super Resolution Microscopy at Lastek
    Abberior Instruments and Super Resolution Microscopy at Lastek

    Abberior Instruments has partnered with Lastek in Australia and New Zealand to offer the most complete experience for super resolution microscopy. Read more here.

  • Raptor Photonics OWL 640 SWIR camera
    Raptor Photonics OWL 640 SWIR camera

    Raptor Photonics OWL 640 is the best performing SWIR camera in the world. Demonstration system now available. Please enquire for details. Read more.

  • Toptica: DL pro with Digital Laser Controller DLC pro
    Toptica: DL pro with Digital Laser Controller DLC pro

    The new digital laser controller for TOPTICA’s tunable diode laser DL pro sets new benchmarks with regards to low noise and low drift levels.

    Demonstration system now available. Please enquire for details. Read more...

  • High Finesse Laser Spectrum Analyzer Spectrometer for Broadband Sources
    High Finesse Laser Spectrum Analyzer Spectrometer for Broadband Sources

    Analyses multi-line or broadband spectra of cw and pulsed lasers, gas discharge lamps, and more.  Lastek currently have a demonstration system available for evaluation. Read more...

  • Alio Industries: True Nano™ Precision Motion Systems
    Alio Industries: True Nano™ Precision Motion Systems

    ALIO Designs and Manufacturers Proprietary Robotic Devices and Tools that Enable Precise Nano-Scale Movements for Manufacturing and Research & Development

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Toptica Difference Frequency Comb (DFC) Inherently CEP-stable modular frequency combs

frequency combs

TOPTICA’s frequency comb product line is a modular system that supports a broad variety of applications. Three basic versions of the DFC are available: DFC CORE, DFC CORE+ and DFC SEED. All models use TOPTICA proprietary CERO-technology to achieve an unprecedented low-noise performance.

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Toptica: Frequency Comb basics

standard frequency comb

Frequency combs are very precise tools which are used for applications that require highest accuracy and resolution to measure the frequency of light. A frequency comb has an optical spectrum that consists of equidistant lines in the frequency domain. These lines serve as reference to measure unknown frequencies or to stabilize a laser to a certain frequency.

The discrete spectrum in the frequency domain corresponds to a regular train of ultrashort laser pulses in the time domain. This can be generated using a mode-locked laser oscillator whereas the repetition rate frep of the laser pulses corresponds to the distance between the discrete lines of the spectrum.

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CoolLED announce Fast, Controllable LED Illumination for Fura-2

pe340

Xenon be gone, peak through the slit and be LED into the light…the pE-340fura.

As they bask in the success of their new brighter world, the magicians in the CoolLED cave have been working furiously into the night driven by their favourite calcium enriched drinks. Achieved through partnership with The University of Strathclyde, CoolLED are excited to announce the latest leap forward in LED illumination for microscopy. Utilizing the highly successful pE-300 Series platform, the pE-340fura is a bespoke LED Illumination System for Fura-2 ratiometric calcium imaging, which also supports everyday fluorescence microscopy in a compact and affordable package.

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New from Thorlabs: Stabilized Silicon Nitride Globar Light Source: 550 nm - 15 µm

SL303

  • Globar Source for 550 nm - 15 µm
  • 4.5 W Output Power Collimated in a Ø35 mm Beam
  • Low Power Fluctuations of <0.05% within 1 Hour
  • Optical Drift: 0.01% per Hour / 0.2% per °C
  • 60 mm Cage System Compatible
  • Manual Shutter

Thorlabs' new Silicon Nitride Globar Lamp is designed to provide 4.5 W of free-space illumination over the 550 nm - 15 µm range. An internal feedback system is employed to achieve a highly stable power output (0.05% fluctuation). The high-power output is collimated into a Ø35 mm beam for free-space applications. An aluminum reflector collects light from the silicon nitride Globar element and reflects it towards the front of the housing in order to maximize the output power. The mirror alignment is factory set to maximize the output, but it can also be adjusted by the user using the three adjustment knobs on the back of the housing.

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Light Conversion Geco: Scanning Auto-correlator

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  • Measures pulse duration in 10 fs – 20 ps range
  • Single set of optics for 500 – 2000 nm range
  • High resolution voice coil driven delay line
  • Non‑collinear intensity and collinear interferometric autocorrelation traces
  • Onboard pulse‑analysis software for pulse duration measurements
  • Integrated controller and computer
  • Non‑dispersive polarization control
  • FROG and FTIR ready

Operation of the Light ConversionGECO autocorrelator is based on noncollinear second harmonic generation in a nonlinear crystal, producing intensity autocorrelation trace directly related to the input beam pulse duration. One arm of the fundamental pulse is delayed by means of a magnetic linear positioning stage, providing fast, reliable motion with < 0.15 fs resolution. GECO can acquire a full intensity autocorrelation trace of 10 fs to 20 ps pulses and covers the full 500 nm to 2000 nm wavelength range.

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