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  • Solar Simulator for Concentrator Cells

    Optosolar GmbH

    Optosolar offers solar simulators with continuous light for small area solar cells (ca. 10mm x 10mm). depending on the cell size, the concentration ratio can exceed 1000 suns. Special designs cover low concentration on large area wafers (156mm x 156mm), as well as line focus applications (e.g. 8mm x 156mm at 8 suns). Flashlight Solar Simulators have the advantage of negligible temperature change to the solar cell. For this reason, they are often used for very high concentration ratios or for multijunction cells in a solar simulator with adjustable spectrum.

  • Spectral Plotting Tool

    SearchLight™ - Semrock, Inc

    SearchLight is a free, online spectral plotting and analysis tool that allows fluorescence microscope users and optical instrument designers to model & evaluate the spectral performance of fluorophores, filter sets, light sources, and detectors as components of an overall system. Its intuitive user interface makes it easy to manipulate spectral component specifications and plot spectral results. The System Calculator allows the user to quantify system metrics including signal, SNR, and bleed through; as well as to compare various system configurations against each other. earchLight App available for iOS and Android

  • Static Sensor

    718 - SCS

    Portable Meter for Testing of Electrostatic FieldsMeasures surface voltage and polarity on objects up to ±19.99 kV at a distance of 1 inchSwitch Selectable Measurement RangesProvides readings from 0 to ±1.999 kV and 0 to ±19.99 kVChopper-Stabilized Probe TechnologyAllows for use in ionized environmentsDurable Dissipative Housing Design with Membrane SwitchesProtects meter from physical damage and minimizes wearLED Range FinderRed ranging lights help operator to place the meter at the correct distance from the object being measuredHold ButtonAllows the measurements to be retained for easy reading and extends battery life

  • Tachometers/Stroboscopes

    Shenzhen Graigar Technology Co.,Ltd.

    Measurement of the speed of a rotating shaft is acommon requirement in many industrial andlaboratory applications. Such measurements haveusually been carried out in the past with the help ofcontact type tachometers with friction drive. Morerecently digital optical non-contact tachometershave been designed which count the reflectedpulses from a white patch on the shaft and thendisplay the speed in rpm. The light source isusually a filament lamp operating with dry cellsleading to limited life and illumination. A similar ideawith magnetic pick-up from a particular area of theshaft has also been used for speed measurement.

  • Vision Sensor

    IN-SIGHT 2000 SERIES - Cognex Corporation

    The new In-Sight 2000 solves simple error-proofing applications and sets new standards for value, ease-of-use, and flexibility. The In-Sight 2000 is the first vision sensor that combines: Powerful In-Sight vision toolsproven In-Sight tools that ensure reliable inspection performance in a single setup environment. Easy setup with EasyBuilderintuitive point-and-click setup interface. Field interchangeable lighting and opticseasily adapts to virtually any production line environment without the need for external lights. Modular body designconfigurable in-line or right-angle mounting provides maximum flexibility in tight spaces.

  • Visual Fault Locators

    Optical Wavelength Laboratories

    OWL fiber optic visual fault locators (VFL) are specially designed to couple a maximum of optical energy into multimode and singlemode optical fibers by using a bright red fiber optic laser. Breaks, microbends, and other anomalies in optical fibers and connectors cause the intense bright red laser light to escape, thus revealing the presence of a fault. In addition to visual fault location, OWL VFLs can be used as a visual optical fiber identifier. A visual fiber optic identifier eliminates much of the guesswork during testing by identifying the fiber under test.

  • WDXRF Spectrometer

    S8 TIGER Series 2 - Bruker Optics

    Thanks to HighSense technology the S8 TIGER Series 2 WDXRF spectrometer delivers for all elements accuracy and precision for industrial quality and process control. With high resolving WDXRF technology and optimal detection of light, medium and heavy elements based on the new HighSense beam path, the XRF2 mapping tool of the S8 TIGER Series delivers best sensitivity, smallest spot size, and highest resolution for small spot applications. Ergonomic and failsafe operation are vital for efficiency and best analytical data. Simple, intuitive start of samples are guaranteed with the multilingual TouchControl interface.

  • Whole Cell Clamp

    BVC-700A - DAGAN Corporation

    Operates as both a Bridge Current Clamp and a Continuous Voltage Clamp Amplifier. Small Box Probe in five current ranges with automatic decimal point selector on meterGated Independent Step Command current or voltage generator with a three digit digital push wheel programming dial.LED indicator lights for headstage multiplier and meter modeBuzz control to facilitate cell penetrationSmall size takes up less rack space, yet is uncluttered, easy to use, with well defined controls  Optional 1000 Gain AC Coupled Headstage for extracellular recording

  • Portable Oil Analysis Kits

    Spectro Scientific

    Monitoring lubricant condition in machine wear when and where it is needed significantly reduces the time required for laboratory analysis and improves machine reliability. Spectro Scientific offers a wide range of portable devices with field simplicity and lab accuracy. The product combinations are powerful for different applications as together they provide more comprehensive analysis of oil condition, contamination and machine wear condition. All Spectro portable devices are battery powered, use small amounts of oil, and do not require solvents or chemicals to clean. They are light weight and ideal for field use.

  • Smoke Detector Tester

    Solo 365 - Detectortesters

    The fire industry’s most popular range of detector test equipment is about to get even better. Solo, the test equipment used world-wide to functionally test fire detectors has a new tester in its range – Solo 365. This exciting innovation provides fire safety professionals with an array of stand-out features which make for faster, simpler and cleaner functional testing of smoke detectors. Key features include automatic generation of smoke which ensures only the amount of smoke needed to activate the detector is produced – minimizing smoke wastage and eliminating the risk of detector contamination. In addition, Solo 365 is light in weight and has a slim-line design which allows easy access into tight spaces – making it possible to test detectors which are hard to access with other portable testers. In response to market feedback, Solo 365 features an LED torch which automatically illuminates when light levels drop, making for easy detector alignment and testing in dark environments. Smoke is generated via newly designed smoke cartridges which fit neatly into the rear of the tester. With no reliance on pressurised aerosol cans, the cartridges can be easily shipped and stored and are unaffected by new regulations, set for 2018, which will affect availability of some pressurised smoke aerosols.

  • Analog Sensors

    Solar Light Company Inc.

    Solar Light’s NIST-Traceable PMA-Series Analog Sensors represent the pinnacle of accuracy, durability, and selection on the market today. Our sensors measure discrete bands of the electromagnetic spectrum from the UVA, UVB, UVA+B, UVC, Visible Light, and Infrared regions. Both narrow and broad bands are available, to fit any application, including germicidal applications, environmental probes, and sensors for biologically weighted spectra (such as the erythema and CIE action spectra.) Over 135 different sensors are available in a variety of packages to fit any environment, from indoor clean rooms to harsh locations outdoors to 100 meters under water. Please note that Solar Light offers both Digital Sensors and Analog Sensors in the PMA-Series lineup. Select these Analog Sensors if you don’t need a digital display output of the reading, if you will be connecting to your own datalogger, or if you plan to use a voltage source to provide excitation voltage to the sensor and a digital volt or amp meter to read and convert the results. Analog Sensors are typically used as process sensors that are permanently installed to provide ongoing information. Typical current draw is under 1mA. (By contrast, Digital models are typically used as discrete sensors that are portable and located to provide short term information.)

  • Particle Analyzers

    TEILCH

    Teilch Particle Analyzers have proven significant advantages when compared to competitors’ solutions. Innovations in light source, flow control, analog and digital signal processing, components integration and software allow Teilch to provide a state of the art system for precision particle analysis.

  • AC Load Banks

    X250S Series - Mosebach Manufacturing Company

    The X250S is the only one of its kind: 250 kW in a very small package. Light, portable; with digital meter and recording capability. Center lifting bar and casters are both available as options. Ideal for "Black Tests" in data centers as blowers are powered externally with 120VAC

  • Photodetectors

    Menlo Systems Gmbh

    Detection of weak light pulses on the few-photon level is crucial for many applications. The Menlo Systems' detector portfolio includes PIN photodiodes with low noise RF amplifiers, ultrafast avalanche photodetectors with integrated high voltage supplies, and detectors based on homo- and heterodyne detection.

  • Digital Fiber Sensor

    FX-550 - Panasonic Electric Works Corporation

    The FX-550 Digital Fiber Sensor or Fiber Optic Amplifier has three times higher emission power and 1.6 times longer sensing range than conventional models. Higher incident light intensity results in more stable detection and easy beam axis adjustment.