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OZ Optics introduces new Variable Bandwidth Tunable Filter

OZ Optics has introduced a new tunable filter that has the ability to tune both the centre wavelength and the transmission bandwidth.

Two independently adjustable thin-film filters allow the setting of the lower and upper edges of the pass-band region. With this method, the pass-band can be tuned from 1 to 18 nm FWHM and the centre wavelength shifted by over 40 nm.

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The transmission band features a flat-top profile, providing uniformly low losses and low PDL across the pass-band region, and high rejection ratios outside the pass-band. Devices can be custom made for wavelength regions of interest and can use either singlemode or polarisation maintaining fibres.

Two manual controllers to set the upper and lower pass-band regions, with an electrically controlled model due later this year. Applications include WDM testing, spectral filtering, spectral imaging or microscopy, and others.

For more information, please contact us.


November 2013 Newsletter Out Now

November 2013 E-LetterThe Elliot Scientific November newsletter is now available. In this issue we welcome new equipment from Spectral Optics – the Variable Beam Splitter Attenuator (VBSA), Lake Shore Cryotronics – the low-cost PS-100 Probe Station, and CRAIC Technologies – the latest 508 PV microspectrophotometer add-on for legacy microscopes. We also celebrate the tenth anniversary of mechOnics and look at the range of UV, Visible, and IR products offered by Lambda Research Optics.

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Elliot Scientific & Energetiq to attend Chiroptical Spectroscopy (CD 2011) conference

EQ-99 LDLS Lamp Unit


The International Conference on Circular Dichroism has been given a new name as it incorporates the emerging techniques of Chiroptical Spectroscopy such as vibrational CD, Raman Optical Activity and associated applications into the field.

EQ-99 LDLS Lamp UnitElliot Scientific will be joined by innovative illumination company Energetiq at the exhibition to demonstrate the EQ-99 laser-driven plasma-based light source that’s been specifically designed for spectroscopic and microscopy applications.  The revolutionary technology used in this lamp, called LDLS™, enables extreme high brightness over a broad spectral range, from 170 nm through to visible and beyond, combined with lifetimes an order of magnitude longer than traditional bulbs.

To see the EQ-99 in action, join us at CD2011 in Oxford from Monday 25th to Wednesday 27th July 2011. Alternatively, please contact us for more info.