LaVision

 LaVision Imager HS

LaVision’s product range includes modular laser imaging systems based on spectroscopic techniques for multi-parameter and multi-dimensional flow field measurements for combustion, spray and flow visualization.

Lyncée Tec

DHM transmission holographic microscopes

Lyncée Tec SA combines for the first time in microscopy nanometric resolution, real time and non-invasive 3D observations in a revolutionary technology called "Digital Holographic Microscopy" (DHM™).

Möller-Wedel Optical

Melos530

Möller-Wedel Optical offers the largest range of visual and electronic autocollimators, providing an accuracy of up to 0.01 arc seconds, for measuring straightness, flatness, and positioning accuracy of index tables in the machine tool industry.

Nanonics

Nanonics

Nanonics provides the most comprehensive range of unique SPM, NSOM or SNOM systems available today.

Phaseview

Phaseview

Phaseview provides 3D optical measurement instruments and non-destructive testing solutions for quality control, life sciences and defence.

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Solartron Analytical

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History 
The origins of Solartron Analytical go back to 1947, when two engineers, E. R. Ponsford and L. B. Copestick, based in Kingston on Thames, United Kingdom, started to do subcontract work for the GPO (General Post Office) and the Admiralty Research Laboratory, which was based at Teddington. In 1948 they registered the company name, Solartron, and started the manufacture of pulse generators, power supplies and oscillators. They also designed and introduced an oscilloscope to the product range.

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