Elliot Scientific will be joining our German distributor Mountain Photonics GmbH at the 78th Annual Meeting of the DPG – Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft – in Berlin. We will be demonstrating our Elliot|Martock range of Flexure Stages, precision miniature slides, and accessories.
The event takes place over three days, from the 18th to the 20th March at Berlin’s Humboldt University.
Location: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Unter den Linden 6, 10117 Berlin
The Elliot Scientific July newsletter is now available. In this issue Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) gains with new products from FEMTOLASERS Produktions and fibre-optic specialist Nufern – watch both award winners at CLEO; we also examine Lake Shore’s range of power supplies; get the feel of EXFO’s new tuneable handheld laser source; explain why the Neoptix Reflex fibre-optic temperature measurement system is cool; and cover the latest FEMTOOPTICS catalogue.
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The INTEGRAL™ core™ OCT from FEMTOLASERS, offers Ti:Sapphire technology in a revolutionary compact and robust package. Its state-of-the-art output parameters, combined with hands-off turn-key performance and low cost of ownership, make it the best choice for everyday use in medical, scientific and industrial applications. The high speed, high resolution tomography capabilities of the INTEGRAL™ core™ OCT are especially welcomed by researchers.
Nufern’s new 1060-OCT select cutoff single-mode fibre is optimised for next generation OCT medical imaging methods that operate at 1060 nm. The exceptional uniformity, tight dispersion, and core/clad concentricity control provided by this fibre is ideally suited for couplers used in OCT. Traditional applications benefit as well since the 1060-OCT fibre’s extra high performance specifications provide increased reliability, and improved production yields reduce costs.
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The Elliot Scientific June newsletter is now available as a PDF. In this issue we look at Energetiq’s EQ99CAL – a calibrated version of its Laser Driven Light Source, Nufern’s Holmium fibre, the Nomad portable fibre optic thermometer from Neoptix, IRphotonics iGuide broadband fibre optics, and more.
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Nufern have introduced two Holmium doped fibres, increasing the operational wavelength of their standard range of active fibres to 2150 nm. The result of years of research and development, the fibres feature a double-clad design and the recently developed NuCOATTM coating technology, which affords greater durability and longer life.
The eye-safe Ho-doped standard fibres available through Elliot Scientific come in two geometrical configurations — a 25 µm core diameter with a 250 µm clad diameter, and a 40 µm core diameter with a 400 µm clad diameter. These fibres achieve 60% efficiency when resonantly pumped with a Thulium fibre laser. The optimal operating wavelength range for Ho-doped fibre is between 2000 and 2150 nm, making them an ideal choice for a variety of medical lasers as well as power scaling for a host of military laser applications such as LIDAR.
For more information about these fibres and others we offer from Nufern, please contact us.
Nufern makes speciality optical fibre, pigtails and other solutions for telecom component, aerospace, fibre laser and integrated circuit manufacturers. In the video from SPIE below, NuFern President Martin Seifert takes you on a tour of the company’s manufacturing facility.
Elliot Scientific can supply rare earth doped fibres for lasers and amplifiers, gyroscope fibres and other polarization maintaining fibres, extreme duty and radiation hard fibres for aerospace, as well as photosensitive and other single-mode fibres.
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