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  • FASTCAM Mini UX50 And FASTCAM Mini UX100
    FASTCAM Mini UX50 And FASTCAM Mini UX100

    For use with a wide range of general scientific and industrial applications the Photron FASTCAM Mini UX high-speed camera provides outstanding imaging performance at a very attractive price performance ratio.

    Two Mini UX camera models provide 1.3-megapixel (1280 x 1024 pixels) image resolution with frame rates up to 2,000fps from the Mini UX50 and 4,000fps from the Mini UX100. Both models are available with recording memory options up to 32GB providing extended recording times and triggering flexibility.

  • 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.

  • Checkweigher and Vision Inspection Combination System: CV35 AdvancedLine
    Checkweigher and Vision Inspection Combination System: CV35 AdvancedLine

    The CV35 AdvancedLine is the first product on the market that combines checkweighing and vision inspection - designed to prevent label mix-up and weight verification in a single process.

  • 3D Optical Surface Profilers: NewView 9000
    3D Optical Surface Profilers: NewView 9000

    Zygo Corporation's NewView 9000 instrument is based on innovative and versatile non-contact optical technologies. Ideal applications include research, precision engineering, quality control, and advanced manufacturing.

  • Manufacturing Execution System (MES) Software For Sugar and Confectionary Manufacturers
    Manufacturing Execution System (MES) Software For Sugar and Confectionary Manufacturers

    The Sugar and Confectionary segment is characterized by very high production volumes. Allergen and cross-contamination concerns are enforced through stringent procedures and controls. The optimal product mix is achieved by postponing or delaying the final flavoring or packaging as much as possible. In this fragmented but consolidated segment, companies must produce efficiently, maximize supply chain efficiency, respond to changing consumer demand, minimize energy consumption, manage assets and ensure food safety.

WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES

  • Adapt And Thrive With An Integrated Approach
    Adapt And Thrive With An Integrated Approach

    Running a physician practice has never been easy, something that isn’t going to change any time soon. Today’s environment requires even more than clinical and business expertise — it demands adaptability. It involves building a long-term strategy to handle change.

  • Wideband Optical Modulator And Detector Characterization: Uncertainties And The Impact On Eye Diagrams/Time Domain Modeling

    Optical modulators and detectors have been characterized and calibrated over the years, but less attention has been given to the optimization of converter measurement uncertainties in a practical user context. Since frequency dependencies of various error mechanisms are different, the wide bandwidths could require procedural changes for optimum results. This paper explores these characterization and calibration processes, as well as the net uncertainties, and their impact on example eye diagram generation.

  • Meeting The Communications Challenges Of Harsh Water/Wastewater Treatment Plant Environments
    Meeting The Communications Challenges Of Harsh Water/Wastewater Treatment Plant Environments

    Using ruggedized fiber optic cable, connectors and enclosures can ensure that network communications run reliably at high speed — far into the future.

  • Large-Format, Narrow Band Pass Filters (NBPF) – A Uniformity Challenge
    Large-Format, Narrow Band Pass Filters (NBPF) – A Uniformity Challenge

    Within so many diverse optical filtering applications, large-format (>100 mm diameter), narrow bandpass filters (NBPF) are required to be used alongside large collection optics in order to facilitate specific and selective analysis of a phenomena or the substance of interest.

  • Law Firm Quickly Transforms 7,000 Boxes Of Legal Documents To Digital Files
    Law Firm Quickly Transforms 7,000 Boxes Of Legal Documents To Digital Files

    Huge volume of records converted seamlessly via expertise of Data Repro Com Ltd. and information capture technology from Alaris.

  • Predictive Maintenance For Improved Performance In Oil And Gas
    Predictive Maintenance For Improved Performance In Oil And Gas

    This white paper will discuss the evolution of maintenance strategies, including the use of advanced pattern recognition and machine learning technology to enable the shift to more proactive and optimized strategies. By Kim Custeau, Director of Information and Asset Management, Schneider Electric

  • EPA Integrates Emergency Response To Help Make Informed Mission-Critical Decisions
    EPA Integrates Emergency Response To Help Make Informed Mission-Critical Decisions The EPA and Tetra Tech have iteratively developed a robust emergency response solution over time, by learning from individual site-specific cleanup activities that occur every day and scaling these activities during significant response events.
  • Manufacturing Powders And Particles: Analytical Solutions For Industrial Application
    Manufacturing Powders And Particles: Analytical Solutions For Industrial Application

    The properties of the particles that make up a pharmaceutical powder directly affect its behavior, a classic example being that finer particles are usually associated with poor flowability. However, so too do other ‘system’ variables, such as the degree of aeration or consolidation. The analytical toolkit required for the knowledge-led control of formulation properties therefore necessarily extends from particle characterization through to bulk powder testing techniques. Particle characteristics are the levers manipulated to meet performance targets, but bulk powder properties often define some of these targets. Marrying the results from both types of analysis is often the key to efficient progress.

  • Avoiding Cross-Contamination Risks For Food Safety
    Avoiding Cross-Contamination Risks For Food Safety

    To combat the issues of contamination, many food manufacturers, who have previously relied upon manual sorting and inspection, are embracing novel technologies and sorting systems.

  • Optical Gas Imaging At Jonah Energy: Saving Gas And Money Through Regular OGI Surveys
    Optical Gas Imaging At Jonah Energy: Saving Gas And Money Through Regular OGI Surveys

    The oil and gas industry loses an average of eight million metric tons of methane through gas leaks every year. Although this does not equate to some major methane leaks in the past, such as at the Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility in 2015, the industry is still faced with how to best find and repair leaks at potential escape points. As an alternative to the industry standard for leak detection and repair, Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) is being used to make surveys easier and more efficient.

  • New Mexico Hospital Battles Addiction With Health Information Technology Apps
    New Mexico Hospital Battles Addiction With Health Information Technology Apps

    For many years Northwest New Mexico’s Gallup ranked number one nationally in the number of alcohol-related deaths. This reputation also killed many residents’ spirits, contributing to addiction, joblessness and homelessness, further highlighting the need for behavioral health care in this region. Native American youth have the highest rates of alcoholism of any racial group in the country, according to the National Institutes of Health.

  • Specifying Surface Figure And Wavefront Distortion For Multi-layer Optical Filters
    Specifying Surface Figure And Wavefront Distortion For Multi-layer Optical Filters

    Optical filters are used in many applications and the surface figure and wavefront distortion requirements of filters are dependent on where and how they are used. If filters are only used in sensing applications with very tolerant detector geometries, there may be no need, in practice, to put any constraints on the surface figure or wavefront distortion. This white paper helps the reader understand where, when, how, and how much to specify wavefront distortion to ensure that functional requirements of filters are guaranteed while unnecessary and costly constraints are avoided.

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