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Gamma Scientific unveils newest GS-1290 NVIS Spectroradiometers

The latest version of Gamma Scientific‘s GS-1290-NVIS is an advanced, high-speed spectroradiometer that combines the leading-edge sensitivity of a cooled backside-thinned CCD detector technology with the industry-renowned RadOMA opto-electrical platform.

The GS-1290-NVIS is specifically configured for ANVIS testing of cockpit displays and lighting. It far exceeds all requirements outlined in MIL-L-85762A and MIL-STD-3009. The MIL-SPEC requires a 10:1 signal-to-noise (SNR) measurement ratio, whereas the GS-1290-NVIS spectroradiometer is built to deliver an SNR of 100:1 or greater.

The GS-1290-NVIS offers superior sensitivity, an outstanding signal-to-noise ratio, exceptional accuracy, and high-resolution bandwidth coverage. Please contact us for further information.

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April 2018 Newsletter Out Now

April 2017 NewsletterThe Elliot Scientific April newsletter is now available. In this issue we see how Elliot|Martock Flexure Stages are used by leading scientists around the globe, discover Lake Shore Cryotronics new Teslameter range for magnetics researchers, find out that Siskiyou Corporation fibre translators have a soft touch, and look at the latest night vision spectroradiometers from Gamma Scientific. Plus our new 2018 Product Overview brochure and more…

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Photonex London – Elliot Scientific at UCL tomorrow

Tomorrow, April 18th, Elliot Scientific will be exhibiting alongside more that 25 other companies at Photonex London.

University College London (UCL) is the venue, and we will have a selection of products on show that we offer for researchers in photonics and the life sciences.

A conference, entitled Advances in Biophotonics, will also be taking place to discuss how optical techniques have enabled significant advances in the study of various problems in the life sciences, in medicine, clinical sciences, neurophysiology and more.

Lake Shore Cryotronics introduces F-series Teslameters

The new F41 Single-axis and F71 Multi-axis Teslameters from Lake Shore Cryotronics offer a new level of precision and convenience for engineers, QC technicians, and lab researchers. In conjunction with a new series of compatible Hall probes and 2Dex™ Hall sensors, users can measure with confidence in challenging applications.

The TiltView™ display makes them easy to operate even when mounted in the bottom of a rack or on the bench, and probe swapping is now much faster due to a compact quick-release connector and integrated calibration data for all probes.

TruZero™ technology
Lake Shore’s TruZero™ technology eliminates the need to perform frequent zero gauss chambering as an onboard algorithm combines the sequential Hall voltage readings in a way that eliminates any offsets due to misalignment and thermoelectric effects. It also improves precision and accuracy.

Please contact us for more information.

Next week, we’re at Magnetism 2018 with Lake Shore Cryotronics

Next Monday and Tuesday, the 9th and 10th of April, we will be at the University of Manchester for Magnetism 2018, supporting the Lake Shore Cryotronics team. A mix of invited talkers and submitted contributions will be exploring the breadth of magnetism research in the UK and Republic of Ireland.  Subjects will include the areas of thin films and nanostructures, spintronics, permanent magnetic materials, correlated electrons, nanoparticles and biological/biomedical applications of magnetism, computational magnetism and more.

 

Superior pitch adjuster screw sets from Kozak Micro are perfectly matched

Kozak Micro manufactures super-smooth adjustment screw sets with threads as fine as 508 TPI (0.05 mm pitch). Available through Elliot Scientific in the UK and Ireland, these adjusters can be purchased in single or OEM quantities.

Proprietary manufacturing on a variety of customised machine tools enables Kozak Micro to produce adjusters in a range of pitches that are superior to industry standards.

Elliot Scientific offers 6 imperial and 4 metric thread pitch ranges of matched-set micropositioning adjustment screws and unbraked bushings that deliver the highest precision and smoothest movement by far for the most demanding of applications. Please contact us for more information.

 

 

 

Using CryoLab to measure Seebeck coefficients: Video from DEMCON kryoz explains

The Seebeck effect is the direct conversion of temperature differences to electric voltage and vice versa. A thermoelectric device creates voltage when there is a different temperature on each side. Conversely, when a voltage is applied to it, it creates a temperature difference.

By using the CryoLab from DEMCON kryoz, it is possible to measure the Seebeck coefficient of a material sample, wire or thin film from 373 Kelvin down to cryogenic temperatures. In this informative video, DEMCON kryoz demonstrate how such measurements are made using their equipment. For more information, please contact us.

 

 

March 2018 Newsletter Out Now

March 2017 NewsletterThe Elliot Scientific March newsletter is now available. In this issue we introduce the Hyperchromator from Mountain Photonics as an efficient tuneable broadband light source, Siskiyou Go Large with bigger IXF mounts in a choice of materials, Gamma Scientific push into the near infra-red with their latest RS-7 SpectralLED light source, and EXFO expand their range of benchtop test and measurement equipment. Plus Magnetism 2018 and Photonex London

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New high output tuneable light source… The Hyperchromator

An efficient monochromator utilising the high-brightness Energetiq EQ-99X LDLS Laser Driven Light Source (right) has been developed by Mountain Photonics, and was recently demonstrated on our booth at Photonics West.

The Hyperchromator uses an off-axis parabolic mirror to focus the broadband light generated by the small plasma spot of the LDLS™ directly onto a diffraction grating, and then off a second mirror to an exit port.

As no entrance slit is used, the optical efficiency of the system is very high – typically f/1.5 or f/2, depending on the required resolution or throughput. A white light bypass output is also available.

The output port has been designed to allow for a multitude of illumination or light coupling options. By using standard catalogue components, the Hyperchromator can be easily integrated into an application.

The Hyperchromator is controlled via USB/RS-232 and an intuitive GUI, with LabVIEW™ and other software libraries supported.

Existing owners of an Energetiq EQ-99X LDLS™ can add tuneability by purchasing the Hyperchromator unit alone.

Please contact us for further details, or download the datasheet.

New tuneable NIR LED source from Gamma Scientific

A new near infra-red tuneable light source has been developed by Gamma Scientific from their existing digitally programmable SpectralLED RS-7 LED system.

The RS-7-SWIR incorporates 9 shortwave infrared wavelengths for synthesis of commercially available light sources or a spectra of your own design.

The platform is easily adaptable for automated test systems and production line integration, with integrated optical feedback and temperature control to ensure rock-solid stability and consistent results.

For more information about this or other light sources and instrumentation Gamma Scientific manufacture, please contact us.

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