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cold-body radiation of light.

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  • Luminescence Sensors

    SICK Sensor Intelligence

    Luminescence sensors detect visible and non-visible marks that illuminate when using ultraviolet (UV) light. Fluorescent material and marks are reliably detected independently of their pattern, colors or surface conditions on any material. Luminescence sensors emit UV light with a wave length of approximately 375 nm. Fluorescent substances convert the UV light into long-wave visible light, which is then received and evaluated by the luminescence sensor.

  • Luminescence sensors

    Leuze electronic GmbH + Co. KG

    Luminescence sensors detect both visible as well as invisible luminescent markings. They send the result as switching output or analog value and are used primarily for sorting and inspection tasks in areas in which other detection methods fail to supply reliable results or where the markings should not or must not be visible. Luminescence sensors are available for various luminescence colors and feature operating ranges up to 200 mm and have a very compact metal construction. The sensitivity adjustment is performed via potentiometer. Turnable M12 connector.

  • Luminescence Sensors

    DK50-UV - Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH

    DK50-UV luminescence sensors detect marks that blend into a background or are invisible, even on irregular backgrounds, and deliver a sensing range of 600 mm. A light spot with a small focal point allows the user to detect small parts and invisible marking down to 2.2-mm-diameter targets.

  • Luminescence Defect Inspection System

    INSPECTRA® PL Series - Toray Engineering Co., Ltd.

    This system uses luminescent images created using photoluminescence (PL) to perform high-speed, high-sensitivity automatic inspection for crystal defects, cracks, and luminescence defects which cannot be detected with conventional visible light surface inspection!

  • Light Source


    Readouts of UV intensity and cumulative luminescence count are prompted either on the front panel or via the externally connected remote signal control. The UV intensity detection segment is intended to measure a specific intensity of light signals, while the cumulative luminescence count is designed to tally a cumulative count on all UV intensities measured, in conjunction with real-time calibration.

  • Long Exposure Time Imaging Cooled CCD Camera

    Retiga LUMO - Teledyne Photometrics

    The Retiga LUMO CCD camera is a cooled, 6 megapixel camera that takes advantage of advanced technical features to enable detection and quantification of ultra-low light luminescence signals and for applications that require long exposure times.

  • FLIM Camera Systems

    Excelitas Technologies Corp.

    The Excelitas pco.flim camera system consists of the pco.flim camera and pco.flim laser, with a complete frequency synthesizer, which is required for the generation of the modulation signals in the frequency domain. The pco.flim series features a high frequency modulated CMOS image sensor that enables pixel-wise measurements of sample luminescence lifetime distributions in frequency domain suitable for fluorescence lifetime imaging. At a maximum speed of 10 Hz, full luminescence lifetime distributions can be measured at 1 Mpixel resolution. With flexible coupling and easy setup, the pco.flim is an ideal choice for wide-field FD-FLIM instruments and suitable for a variety of biomedical applications requiring a large frame and high-speed acquisition.

  • TCSPC Lifetime Fluorometer

    DeltaPro - HORIBA, Ltd.

    The DeltaPro has taken the complexity of time correlated single photon counting (TCSPC) and made it simple and affordable. Any lab can exploit the power of fluorescence dynamics using TCSPC. This system enables the seamless measurement of luminescence lifetimes from picoseconds to 1 second, using our DeltaHub timing electronics.

  • Spectrometer - OSA

    HighFinesse GmbH

    HighFinesse optical spectrometers LSA and HDSA are designed to analyse the multi-line or broadband spectrum of (un-)known light sources like cw and pulsed lasers, gas discharge lamps, super luminescence diodes, semiconductor laser diodes and LEDs. They are suitable to analyze the spectrum of telecom signals, resolve Fabry-Perot modes of a gain chip, and produce a spectral measurement of gas absorption.

  • Testing for Si Solar Cells Using High Performance CCD

    EL Imaging Tester - OAI

    EL Testing for Si Solar Cells using High Performance CCD. The determination of luminescence (photo emissions) in solar cells is an important characterization tool. Typical solar cells often have defects which limit the efficiency or lifetime of a cell. Many of these defects are visualized with Luminescence Imaging. By using this technique, the manufacturing process can be optimized to produce better cells. Luminescence Imaging takes advantage of the radiative inter-band recombination of excited charge carriers in solar cells. The emitted photons can be captured with a sensitive CCD camera to obtain an image of the distribution of the radiative recombination in the cell. This distribution is determined by the local excitation level, allowing the detection of electrical losses, thus mapping the diffusion length of minority carriers as the emitted light is low intensity and in the near infra-red range, the CCD camera has a high sensitivity wavelength from 900 to 1100 nm with little thermal noise. This CCD camera provides excellent resolution of 1024 x 1024 pixels with a large 1μm pixel size, multi-megahertz readout speed, and robust USB 2.0 connectivity. The EL CCD Camera is the ultimate high-performance CCD camera for electroluminescence and photoluminescence imaging for Photovoltaic (PV) Cells and Modules. This camera combines low noise electronics and optimal sensitivity in NIR.

  • GLORIA-X150A/ Xenon Light Source


    Xe arc lamp light sources are the preferred artificial sources to simulate sunlight. The high color temperature (6000K) of the Xenon lamps is a close match to the solar temperature. This results in very similar solar spectra in the UV and VIS although the source has some Xe emissions lines in the near IR. Application for fluorescence, luminescence and phosphorescence, absorbance and reflectance, photochemistry, photolithography, solar simulation and so on.ct description goes here.

  • Solar Cell PL/EL/IV 3-in-1 Testing System

    VS6841 - Industrial Vision Technology Pte Ltd.

    This luminescence Analyzer integrates a Photoluminescence (PL), Electroluminescence (EL) , and I-V Measurement Technology, has a Device’s PL image, EL image, as well Device’s I-V characteristics in One system. It is being using to quantitatively map Minority-Carrier Lifetime, and to characterize the defect of silicon wafer & solar wafer, and measure the key parameters from solar cell I-V Curve. It is also a useful tool for scientist to develop other methodology & parameters that can be used as a promising technique for online material monitoring and process control.

  • Photoluminescence Spectrometer

    FLS1000 - Edinburgh Instruments Ltd

    The FLS1000 sets the standard in both steady state and time-resolved photoluminescence spectroscopy for both fundamental research and routine laboratory applications. The system is a modular fluorescence and phosphorescence spectrometer for measuring spectra from the ultraviolet to the mid-infrared spectral range (up to 5,500 nm), and lifetimes spanning from picoseconds to seconds. All of this can be achieved through various upgrade routes, either at the time of order or in the future. Whether you are studying photophysics, photochemistry, biophysics, biochemistry, material or life sciences, the FLS1000 will enable you to reliably and accurately measure luminescence spectra and kinetics using state-of-the-art sources, detectors, acquisition techniques, quality optics and precision mechanics. The large sample chamber will house practically any type of sample accessory.

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