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

    With TOPTICA’s DLC pro, high-end laser control now enters the digital world! 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.

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  • Abet Technologies LS 150 Xenon Arc Lamp Source
    Abet Technologies LS 150 Xenon Arc Lamp Source

    The patent pending LS-150 is a compact, integrated, functional and stable 150 watt arc lamp based light source. The entire source, power supply, lamp, and optical compartment are housed in an extremely compact enclosure, 9 x 6 x 11 inches.  

    Demonstration system now available.
  • Spectrocam Multispectral Imaging

    Features a high speed, continuously rotating filter wheel and scientific grade CCD array, in a portable, fully configurable, high speed MSI camera.

    Enquire about our demonstration system now available for trial. 

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  • Energetiq: Laser Driven Light Source (LDLS)

    Revolutionary LDLS technology generates high brightness, high power light from 1nm to 1000nm with high reliability, high stability, and long life, all in a compact package. 

    Enquire about our demonstration system now available for trial. 

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  • Horiba Scientific Xplora Smart Microscopy

    The XploRA is a new concept in Raman microscopy bringing Raman chemical identification directly to your microscope. 

    Ask now our about our upcoming demonstration system.

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Edmund Optics: Raman Edge Filters

Edmund Optics Raman Edge Filters

  • High Transmission for Detecting Weak Signals
  • Deep Blocking for Maximum Laser Rejection
  • Ideal for Raman Spectroscopy, Confocal Microscopy, and Biotech Instrumentation

Edmund Optics TECHSPEC® Raman Edge Filters  feature steep edges for detecting even the smallest Raman shifts. They are superior alternatives to more expensive holographic notch filters for Stokes Raman scattering measurements. Unlike holographic notch filters, TECHSPEC Raman Edge Filters reflect rejected laser light, reducing issues commonly associated with stray-light measurements, and eliminating the need for complicated light baffling systems. With guaranteed transition widths of less than 1%, angle-tuning is unnecessary, greatly simplifying system setup and implementation.

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