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Environmental Transmission Electron Microscope

FEI Company (Hillsboro, OR) has released the TitanTM 80-300 environmental transmission electron microscope (ETEM). The Titan ETEM is suitable for chemical research at the atomic scale, and studying materials and processes in the fields of energy and environment. The Titan ETEMs can deliver high-resolution imaging with gas pressures in the sample chamber as high as a few percent of atmospheric pressure. The ETEM selects electron beam voltages anywhere between 80 and 300 kilovolts (kV), accommodating a wide range of material and imaging conditions.

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Low Energy LEDs

SCHOTT (Southbridge, MA) has introduced the KL 200 LED Series cold light engine and the EasyLED Ringlight plus stereo microscopy lamp. The low energy consuming lighting solutions are ideal for industrial, biological lab, and home applications. Both products come with integrated controllers and can be mounted directly to a microscope. The KL 200 LED is a fiber optic cold light source with an LED light engine that is brighter than a 20 watt halogen bulb, while using 80% less energy. The EasyLED Ringlight Plus contains 48 high brightness neutral white (5,600 K) LEDs and features a “jog dial” wheel for intuitive operation.

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White LEDs

Luminus Devices (Billerica, MA) has added white LEDs to its PhlatLight® LED line. The white LEDs feature large chip sizes, photonic lattice technology for maximum light extraction, and advanced PhlatLight packaging to provide good thermal performance for high power operation. The PhlatLight CBT-90 and the CBM-360 feature cool white color of 6000°K. The Phlat-Light CBT-90 uses a 9 mm2 chip that can produce more than 1,600 lumens. The PhlatLight CBM-360 provides a 36 square millimeter emitting area and can generate more than 4,000 lumens from a single device.

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MEMS 3D Micro-Mirrors

AMS Technologies (Martinsried, Germany) now offers MEMS 3D micro-mirrors from Sercalo Microtechnology Ltd. The micro-mirrors are used for precise optical beam steering. To avoid an optical feedback loop, the micro-mirror is designed to minimize effects such as drift, hysteresis, and temperature dependent performance. The mirrors are available in a single configuration or in arrays up to 32x4. The products are used in applications like beam steering, optical spectroscopy, tunable filters, optical assembly error correction, and wavelength selective switching.

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Lighting-Class LEDs

Cree, Inc. (Durham, NC), has introduced the XLamp® XP-E and XP-C LEDs. The new XLamp LEDs, measuring only 3.45 mm square by 2 mm high, can enable new applications, including back-lighting, signage, outdoor, indoor, and portable lighting, due to their small size and low profile as well as a wide viewing angle and symmetrical package. Available bins for XLamp XP-E LEDs include minimums of 100 lumens at 350 mA in cool white (5000 K - 10000 K) and 80.6 lumens at 350 mA in warm white (2600 K - 3700 K).

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Wafer Processing Solution

Sarnoff Corporation (Princeton, NJ) has introduced Ultra-SenseTM, a complete wafer processing solution. Ultra-Sense combines Silicon-on-Insulator (SOI) wafer technology with low-cost, scalable fabrication techniques to provide manufacturable back-illuminated image sensors. Ultra-Sense back-illuminated image sensors improve the performance and lower costs of high-resolution CCD or CMOS imaging systems for cell phone camera modules, digital still cameras, Ultraviolet (UV) and Deep UV, Visible, Near Infrared (NIR) inspection systems, spectroscopy systems, and surveillance systems.

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Thin Film PV Scribing System

J. P. Sercel Associates (JPSA) (Manchester, NH) has introduced laser workstations for processing solar thin film photovoltaic (PV) products. The PV-5000 Thin Film PV Scribing System is based on the ChromaDiceTM DPSS laser platform and is designed for isolation and series interconnection of thin film solar cells. JPSA laser systems employ high peak power, short pulsed Diode Pumped Solid State (DPSS) laser sources to rapidly, selectively, and accurately remove a wide range of thin films from large glass, metal or polymer substrates.

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