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Silica Fiber Bundles for Spectrometer Systems

CeramOptec (East Longmeadow, MA) has increased the temperature spec on its drop-in replacement silica fiber bundles for spectrometer systems. Applications with unusually high or low temperatures can use these fibers to work at a temperature range of -190°C to 600°C. CeramOptec uses a patented PCVD process to create high-grade specialty fibers with a wide range of profiles and dopants, numerical apertures from 0.06 to 0.66, and high radiation resistance levels.

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Low-Fluorescence Optics

Optimax (Ontario, NY) has the manufacturing expertise, optics cleaning and coating technology to produce low-fluorescence optical components. These lenses are useful for deep ultraviolet (DUV) and low signal to noise applications in the medical and semiconductor markets.

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Near-Infrared Bandpass Filters

A new series of bandpass filters from Semrock (Rochester, NY) can be applied to the near-infrared wavelength range. These hard-coated filters are keyed to popular laser lines in the 1500-1600nm region. Applications include use as laser source clean-up filters and detection filters that pass particular laser wavelengths and virtually eliminate background over the full InGaAs detector range (850-1750nm). They are optimized for “retina-safe” lasers in the 1.5μm wavelength range.

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Q-Switched 800-Watt DPSS YAG Laser

Lee Laser (Orlando, FL) has developed a new, 800-Watt CW Nd:YAG laser that is capable of Q-switched performance in excess of 600 watts average output power at a 10-kHz pulse rate. The short pulse width capability is less than 70ns at 10 kHz without risk of damage to the internal optical elements. Pulse instability less than 8 percent peak-peak has been demonstrated. The laser’s electrical power consumption is 10 kW. Applications include deep marking and engraving, cutting of hard materials, flat-panel display (FPD) manufacture, and laser patterning for LCD manufacture.

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3-Watt RGB LEDs

Lumex (Palatine, IL) has introduced the 3-Watt TitanBrite™ RGB, a square-shaped LED with dimensions of 10mm x 10mm. It can result in 30% cost savings as well as a 70% real estate savings compared to the use of individual red, green, and blue packages. Applications include electronic signage, industrial controls, safety/security lighting, and graphic backlighting. They are RoHS-compliant and contain three individual 1-Watt dies in red (636nm), green (525nm), and blue (470nm).

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Shaft Collars for Solar Arrays

Anodized aluminum shaft collars from Stafford Manufacturing Corp. (Wilmington, MA) are ideally suited for structural and drive applications involved with positioning solar arrays.

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Stealth Computer Model LPC-395F

Stealth.com (Stealth Computer), Woodbridge, ON, Canada, has introduced the Model LPC-395F rugged, fanless mini computer with up to 500 GBs of integrated removable storage. The mini PC includes frontloaded removable media slots for both hard drive and Compact Flash media. An industry-standard 2.5" SATA hard drive slides directly into the machine without opening the chassis. The system also supports a front-loaded CF memory card. The computer features Intel ATOM N270 processor technology, dual Gigabit LAN, four USB 2.0 ports, two Serial RS- 232 ports, 1 DVI port, and audio ports with optional WiFi 802.11g. It supports up to 2 GB in memory, and has an optional solid-state hard drive for high shock and vibration environments. The computer can operate from 12-19 VDC and is compatible with Microsoft Windows 7/Vista/XP, and Linux.

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