Lookout for our new pop-up background (right) at the forthcoming BiOS and Photonics West exhibitions in February.
Starting on the 1st for just two days, BiOS is the most important biomedical optics conference in the field. Topics covered include biomedical optics, diagnostics and therapeutics, biophotonics, OCT, neurophotonics, nanophotonics, optogenetics, and more.
Elliot Scientific is exhibiting alongside digital holographic imaging (DHM) specialist Lyncée Tec in Booth 8480. They make the invisible visible for researchers in life and materials science through DHM®, a non-scanning non-contact technology that instantly delivers 3D and 4D topography, while we will be showing Optical Tweezers and other precision positioning systems.
Do drop by and say hello!
Rugged Monitoring has developed the O201 as a compact din-rail mounted standalone module for OEMs that can be easily installed in equipment that requires fibre optic temperature sensing.
Based on proven Gallium Arsenide (GaAs) technology, this multi-channel temperature monitor is available in 2, 4, 6 or 8 channels. Up to thirty-two O201 units can be daisy-chained via Modbus, CANBUS or DNP3.0 to construct a 256 channel monitoring system.
Delivering higher accuracy (0.2 °C, relative) and 100% repeatability over a wide measurement range (-269 °C to +300 °C), the O201 monitor does not need calibration or curve matching compensation when measuring temperature in harsh conditions such as EMI, RFI, microwave and high voltage environments.
The O201 has a single ‘system fault’ relay, and an option for an integrated analogue card (up to 8 channels) for outputting measurements as current / voltage levels.
The module is compatible with a wide range of fibre optic temperature sensors from both Rugged Monitoring and other companies. For more information, please contact us.
HOLOEYE have engineered special thermal management systems for their PLUTO and GAEA Spatial Light Modulator for use in situations requiring temperature control, such as an application involving a high power laser or where temperature fluctuations colud affect results.
The TMS 001 electrically cools or heats an SLM that is in contact with a Peltier element and passive heat sink, while the TMS 002 is actively temperature controlled by water.
HOLOEYE’s TMS configuration software runs on a PC and communicates with the device. This simple to use software automatically recognises which model of TMS is being used and allows you to set up a target temperature to maintain the SLM at. It will also log data and display it in real time graphically. The temperature of the SLM can be maintained at ambient, or above or below it.
Elliot Scientific’s offices will be closed from end of business on:
- Tuesday, December 24th. 2019
We re-open at 08:30 GMT on:
- Thursday, January 2nd. 2020
Season’s Greetings and Best Wishes
for the coming New Year to all
We’re busy installing the latest computer systems and software here at Elliot Scientific to take advantage of our new fibre broadband connection.
This upgrade will ensure we can continue to maintain our high standards of customer service well into the next decade.
However, during the transition there may be times when we are offline and unable to send or receive email. So, if your enquiry does not get a response within 24 hours, please call +44 (0)1582 766300 or fax +44(0)1582 766340.
Outside of our UK office times (8:30 am to 5:00 pm GMT) you can leave a voicemail message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
The Elliot Scientific November 2019 Newsletter is now online.
In this month’s issue…
Rugged Monitoring announce an addition to their range of fibre optic temperature monitors and that they’ve been awarded ISO 9001:2015 certification.
Gamma Scientific release an OEM version of their flagship SpectralLED light source, the tunable LED-based RS-7.
We introduce 3 new filters from the NoIR Laser range of protective eyewear for users working with lasers and other intense light sources.
…and round off with a look at Professor Wolfgang Drexler working on Optical Coherence Tomography at the Centre for Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering in Vienna.
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CRAIC Technologies are sponsoring a webinar entitled Metamaterials Design and Characterization with UV–VIS–NIR Microspectroscopy. It is being hosted by PhysicsWorld, and takes place this Thursday, November 14th at 3pm GMT.
Briefly, Dr Yash Shah from the Xtreme Light Group at Glasgow University will talk about creating polarisation-insensitive plasmonic filters with narrow linewidths, and his novel experiments conducted with a microspectrophotometer to collect Stokes polarimetry measurements.
Dr Jon Burdett – lead applications scientist at CRAIC Technologies – will introduce CRAIC’s microspectrophotometers and advise on microspectrophotometer experiments.
We’ve added a variety of new and existing EXFO products for fibre test and measurement to our website:
- CT440 – Optical Component Tester: A compact tester for fast and accurate characterisation of passive optical components
- CTP10 – Component Test Platform: Evaluate passive components swiftly and efficiently
- Optical Wave Expert – DWDM Channel Checker and OTDR: Integrated channel power validation and reflectometry characterisation
- Optical Xplorer – The Fibre Optic Multimeter: For link verification and embedded fault tracking
- OSA20 – High Performance Optical Spectrum Analyser: The fastest optical spectrum analyser of its kind
- T100S-HP – High Power Tuneable Laser: The essential instrument for any optics lab
The new website is live and kicking, so drop by www.elliotscientific.com to see more…
It’s almost here – our new website will soon be giving you better access to product information, application notes, and videos. Plus easier website navigation, larger photos and two blogs! Yes, two.
In addition to our regular blog covering new products and events, we are also introducing a technology blog that features how our products and those we distribute are used in applications around the globe.
We hope you will enjoy reading it. So make a note in your calendar app, diary, wall planner or whatever… Tuesday, September 24th is go to the all new www.elliotscientific.com day.