Fiber-Optic Transmitters

TT Electronics, a global provider of engineered electronics for performance critical applications, is launching the OPF350A and OPF352A evolved fiber optic transmitter solutions based on 850nm LED technology. The OPF350A and OPF352A are equivalent alternatives to the existing OPF370A and OPF372A products and come with the same ST-style package. The new fiber optic transmitters also improve performance with up to 8% more optical power with various fiber sizes such as 50/125μm-200/300μm.

The OPF350A in TO-18 package is chosen for applications that demand high thermal stability across the industrial temperature range of -40°C to +100°C and offers a robust alternative to the OPF370A in addition to shorter lead times. The OPF352A in the ST-style receptacle is suitable for PCB or panel mounting. It is supplied pre-mounted, pre-tested with fiber to assure performance, and ready to use, with essential fixings and a protective dust cap included.

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Camera with CoaXPress 2.0 Interface

With the Basler boost series, Basler (Ahrensburg, Germany) is one of the first camera manufacturers on the market to expand its portfolio with a camera featuring the CoaXPress 2.0 standard and modern CMOS sensor technology. The camera delivers high resolutions and high frame rates with a cable length of up to 40m. Basler also offers a combination of camera and matching interface card from a single source in the form of the Basler boost bundle.

Thanks to the upcoming CoaXPress 2.0 standard (or CXP 2.0), the Basler boost cameras achieve a maximum bandwidth of up to 12.5 Gbps with a single CXP cable. The precise triggering with the CXP cable eliminates the need for a separate I/O cable, making a single-cable solution possible in combination with power-over-CXP (PoCXP).

Basler combines this advancement in interface technology with the best which the current CMOS sensor landscape has to offer: an optional Sony IMX253 or IMX255 sensor delivers resolutions of 12 or 9 megapixels respectively with maximum frame rates of 68 fps or 93 fps.

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Display Unit for Remote Spectral Detector

Gigahertz-Optik's CSS-45 Remote Spectral Detector can now be used with its new CSS-D display unit or operated by itself through PC connection under software control. Gigahertz-Optik's CSS-D Display Unit provides convenient handheld operation and control of a remote CSS-45 spectroradiometer head for the precise measurement of spectral irradiance (360-830nm), comprehensive photometric and colorimetric data as well as application specific data such as PAR PPFD.

The CSS-45 Remote Spectral Detector can be used directly connected to PC under its own supplied software control, connected to the CSS-D Display Unit as a self-contained light-color-PAR-spectral meter or CSS-D plus CSS-45 connected to PC using same software. An internal shutter normally found in the most advanced spectrometers automates dark level measurements, thereby facilitating accurate remote operation over extended periods.

500-Watt Blue Laser

NUBURU (Centennial, CO) announced the release of its new 500-Watt 450nm AO-500 industrial laser, bringing the power of blue light to deeper materials processing applications. Gold, aluminum, and copper are among the metals that absorb blue light much more than they do the infrared wavelengths of conventional industrial lasers. High power is only part of the story, however, because the efficiency and quality of materials processing applications are driven by power density. Increasing power density by a factor of four increases weld depth more than one-and-a-half times and increases the weld speed three to four times. The AO-500's beam parameter product is less than 30-mm-mrad, which enables rapid defect-free copper welding, and welding dissimilar metals with minimal formation of undesirable intermetallics in the joint.

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