• Diffractive Optical Elements (DOEs) For Beam Splitting
    Diffractive Optical Elements (DOEs) For Beam Splitting

    Diffractive optical elements (DOEs) from LASER COMPONENTS are designed to be used as multi-spot beam splitters in beam shaping, and beam profile modifications with lasers and high power lasers. Using diffractive elements for beam splitting is advantageous in the instance of needing one element to produce several beams, or when very exact power separation is required. DOEs can also achieve precise positioning to create holes at clearly defined and accurate distances.

  • Near-Eye Display Solutions
    Near-Eye Display Solutions

    Optics Blazers manufactures Near-Eye Display combiners and other components for optimized display performance and see-through properties. With an integrated manufacturing chain, this company can deliver single reflective surface, multiple reflective surface, free-form, or diffractive combiners. Optics Blazers’ solutions are developed with cost and scalability in mind to serve the competitive consumer electronics market.

  • Avalanche Photodiodes (APDs)
    Avalanche Photodiodes (APDs)

    First Sensor offers avalanche photodiodes (APDs), or diodes with an internal gain mechanism. These diodes are available with different housings, and components optimized for the blue, red, and infrared spectral range between 905 and 1064 nm. 

  • High-Performance Laboratory Glassware Washer With Hot-Air Drying: PG 8536
    High-Performance Laboratory Glassware Washer With Hot-Air Drying: PG 8536

    High-performance laboratory glassware washer with integrated hot-air drying unit and drawer for four supply containers. For reprocessing laboratory glassware used in analytical experiments in industry, environmental and research laboratories, biology and pharmaceuticals. This machine features freely programmable Profitronic+ controls allowing the compilation of user-specific programs.

  • ETS-UV™ For Dairy Applications
    ETS-UV™ For Dairy Applications

    ETS-UV™ disinfection systems successfully demonstrate regulatory compliance with the Pasteurized Milk Ordinance (PMO) regulations. This establishes that our systems are an accepted process for the creation of pasteurized equivalent water for ultraviolet disinfection for use in dairy. UV is a viable and less costly alternative to the conventional pasteurization process. In addition, systems are validated for process water per USEPA UVDGM and NSF/ANSI Standard 61 for drinking water.