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Wavefront Sensors

The new HASO LIFT wavefront sensors from Imagine Optic combine a high-resolution mode with all the benefits that make Shack-Hartmann one of the most relied-upon technologies in optical metrology. This new series embeds a fully revamped Waveview4, including the absolute tilt measurement SpotTracker technology and numeours other options.

 

The HASO LIFT 272 is the HR version and features 272x200 phase-points resolution as well as the new SpotTracker technology.

 

The HASO LIFT 680 combines the highest resolution in Shack-Hartmann technlogy and a very large dynamic range.

 

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Synchronous Source Measurement System

The new MeasureReady M81-SSM (Synchronous Source and Measure) system from LakeShore provides a confident and straightforward approach for advanced measurement applications. The M81 is designed to eliminate the complexity of multiple function-specific instrumentation setups combining the convenience of DC and AC sourcing with DC and AC measurement, including a lock-in's sensitivity and measurement performance.

This extremely low noise simultaneous source and measure system ensures inherently synchronised measurements from 1 to 3 source channels and from 1 to 3 measure channles per half-rack instrument - while also being highly adaptable for a range of material and device research applications.

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Distributor for UniKLasers

Coherent Scientific are now supplying CW single frequency DPSS lasers manufactured by UniKLasers.

 

UniKLasers is a leading-edge photonics company specialising in the development and production of CW single frequency DPSS lasers. Their proprietary BRaMMS Technology platform delivers outstanding spectral performance with some of the highest output powers in the market.

 

Read more about the Duetto 349 UV Series Laser or contact us for further information.

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X-Ray sCMOS Camera

The new Marana-X sCMOS camera from Andor integrates the latest in scientific CMOS (sCMOS) designed specifically for ultrafast soft X-ray/EUV tomography and High Harmonic Generation (HHG) applications.

Marana-X represents a significant technoloigcal advancement for applications that traditionally have used slow scan CCD cameras. It overcomes the traditional limitation sof slow-scan CCD's in the soft X-ray-EUV energy range by offering simultaneously high frame rates, high-sensitivity and high dynamic range, without compromise.

It integrates the first “uncoated”, 4.2 Megapixel sCMOS sensor with >90% quantum efficiency in the 80 eV-1keV range, 74 frame/s full frame and superb dynamic range. This unique combination allows users to better sample dynamic phenomena, and to greatly increase high quality result outputs, while minimising experimental time, for example large tomographic datasets.

sCMOS’ inherent shutter-less technology addresses the inconvenience associated with traditional mechanical shutters lifetime and limited repetition rates. Moreover, the Marana-X features a convenient USB3 plug and play interface and a robust CoaXPress interface more suited to challenging high energy physics environments.

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Free Software Upgrade for Andor Cameras

For a limited time, Andor is offering free upgrades to the latest version of their Solis software or SDK. The offer is available until 31 October 2020, to all customers who have purchased software from 1st January 2013 to 31st December 2019.

 

To download the software versions relevant to your research please click here and enter your email address and information on your current Andor software and hardware.

 

Additionally if you have any feedback about Andor Solis or SDK you would like to share, or if you are working on new projects where Andor can assist please do not hesitate to contact us.

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