Wed, Aug 24, 2016
We welcome Energetiq Inc to the Rosh family
Energetiq is a developer and manufacturer of advanced light sources that enable the manufacture and analysis of nano-scale structures and products. Used in complex scientific and engineering applications such as analytical instruments for life sciences and leading edge semiconductor manufacture, Energetiq's light products are based on new technology that generates high brightness across the spectrum, from 1nm to 1000nm and beyond, with high reliability, long operating life, and in a compact package.
Energetiq's light sources are used for: analytical spectroscopy, microscopy, and sensing in the life-sciences; lithography, metrology and photoresist development in semiconductor manufacturing; soft x-ray microscopy; and a variety of applications where synchrotron radiation and traditional arc-lamps have commonly been used.
Energetiq was founded in March 2004 by an experienced high technology development team with deep understanding of the high power plasma physics needed for high performance light products used by semiconductor equipment manufacturers, semiconductor wafer fabs, life sciences industries and the scientific research community. The expertise and experience of this team enables Energetiq to provide products with the highest levels of performance and reliability.
Sun, Jan 17, 2016
News from the Department of Physics / Electro-Optics Engineering in the Lev Academic Center
Rosh Electroptics and Thorlabs Ltd are proud to announce about the 20 New Labs that were build in the Lev Academic Center
A new impetus in the Department of Physics / Electro-Optics Engineering in the Lev Academic Center
Thu, Aug 20, 2015
Thorlabs Acquires Optical Fiber Processing Company, Vytran
Thorlabs announced today that it has entered into a definitive asset purchase agreement to acquire Vytran from Denmark-based NKT. Headquartered in Morganville, New Jersey, Vytran is a market leader in the production of high performance products to taper and fuse optical fiber. Their fiber processing technologies are utilized in a broad range of precision applications including telecommunications, medical components, fiber lasers, and sensing systems. A closing of the transaction is anticipated to take place in September 2015.
“We are excited to have Vytran join the Thorlabs team,” said Alex Cable, President and Founder. “Their expertise and product offering are natural additions to our current fiber draw and cabling competencies. As we bring them on board, we will leverage the extensive experience Thorlabs has in nanopositioning, imaging, electronics, and mechanics to further develop their core competencies so as to remain at the forefront of current market needs while also expanding the product line to address new market opportunities. ”
Vytran’s New Jersey manufacturing facility as well as its customer support centers in Exeter, United Kingdom and Hangzhou, China will continue to operate from their current geographical locations. In addition, Thorlabs will fully integrate Vytran’s product line into its ecommerce site and provide service and support through its global offices.
Wed, Apr 08, 2015
E.R. Precision Optical Corporation (ERPOC)
Rosh Electroptics is proud to announce about exclusive representation of E.R. Precision Optics in Israel.
Through this agreement, both companies are aiming to expand the business and growth of E.R. Precision Optical in the Israeli market. ERPOC produces the finest quality materials and finished optical components for the defense, aerospace and industrial markets.
• Growing Germanium & Silicon CZ crystals to Ø250 mm
• Manufacturing standard & custom optics; lenses, windows, mirrors, prisms, filters
• Large optic machining capabilities to Ø300 mm
• Grinding and polishing capabilities to Ø500 mm
• ERPOC fabricates precision optics from all advanced optical materials
• Bulk material, blanks, generated blanks to finished optics are available
For more info please see ERPOC website www.eroptics.com
Or contact us at email@example.com
Wed, Apr 01, 2015
New CODIXX colorPol® Polariser Brochures
The CODIXX range of tough, dichroic glass-based colorPol® polarisers pass or stop polarised light, modulate or reduce brightness, diminish noise and lots more. With over two dozen standard colorPol® versions available for use throughout the UV, VIS, NIR and mid-IR wavelength ranges, CODIXX have released two catalogues to help you choose the right polariser for your application.
CODIXX colorPol® polarisers deliver:
· High contrast ratios
· High transmittance values
· Large acceptance angles
· Resistance to UV radiation and chemicals
· Resistance to temperatures up to +400 °C
The colorPol® catalogue is supplemented with a High Transmission brochure especially for the optical telecoms industry.
Please Contact us for technical specifications, and details about standard and custom options.
Mon, Sep 22, 2014
Rosh Electroptics is proud to announce of joining Avantes to our family of suppliers.
Avantes is the world leader in the field of spectroscopy. They develop and manufacture spectrometers, light sources, software, fiber optic cables, and accessories. Avantes' products are highly customizable, adaptable to any specific application, and integrated into even the smallest housings. These products therefore find usage in many OEM applications and markets, as well as in the scientific and industrial world. With 20 years of experience, Avantes continues to produce innovative applications in diverse fields including chemical, solar energy, agriculture, gemology, (bio)medical, semiconductor, light measurement and food processing technology.
Sun, Aug 24, 2014
Bright, white light, solid state lamp can now include UV: The NEW SOLA 365 light engines®
Lumencor’s SOLA light engines keep improving and adding new capabilities. Our NEW SOLA SM and SE 365 models make the switch from mercury arc lamps easier than ever.
Bright, white light, solid state lamp can now include UV: The NEW SOLA 365 light engines®
Lumencor’s SOLA light engines keep improving and adding new capabilities. Our NEW SOLA SM and SE 365 models make the switch from mercury arc lamps easier than ever. Fluorophores such as DAPI can be efficiently excited using the 365 nm Hg line filter sets you already have. And new applications such as photoactivation of “caged” compounds and ultraviolet-activated polymerization and photosensitization become possible. In all SOLA light engines, an array of visible light sources, operating simultaneously with either a violet or an ultraviolet source, is efficiently combined to generate brilliant white light output. The established SOLA SM and SE II models have violet (~395 nm) sources. The new models contain ultraviolet sources (~365 nm). Why tolerate the limitations of an archaic arc lamp in your microscope when such a reliable and technically superior replacement is within easy reach?
Have Questions or Want to Learn More...
Please contact us at Lumencor, Inc. at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thu, Jul 31, 2014
New products from Thorlabs, Liquid Crystal Tunable Filter
Liquid Crystal Tunable Filter
Thorlabs’ Liquid Crystal (LC) Tunable Bandpass Filter incorporates liquid crystal cells sandwiched between polarizing elements, much like Loyt or Solc filters, that are used to quickly change the transmission band within the 420 - 730 nm range (see plot to the bottom right). The KURIOS-WB1 filter tunes continuously over the operating wavelength, providing rapid and vibrationless tuning of the filter's center wavelength. Due to its rapid tuning capabilities, this liquid crystal tunable filter (LCTF) is ideal for applications such as multispectral or hyperspectral imaging (see video below) and is ideal for use with charge-couple devices (CCDs). For instance, using this filter in conjunction with a CCD camera produces images with a much higher accuracy for color representation than using a standard CCD camera with a Bayer mosaic. This technique produces true spectral imaging and can thus show spectral features that would otherwise be impossible to detect.
Thu, Jun 05, 2014
INTRODUCING BERGAMO II: THORLABS’ NEWEST MULTIPHOTON MICROSCOPE
Recognizing that there is a need for a microscope with a modular structure that can be configured to the experiment, rather than the other way around, we set out to develop the new reference standard in multiphoton microscopy. No longer is the microscope body the central feature around which all other aspects are designed—instead, we have chosen to make the primary scanning path the central feature. Add to that a selection of rigid bodies, numerous auxiliary imaging modalities, detectors, motion control, and laser beam control, and you get our Bergamo II Series in vivo multiphoton microscope. The permutations are endless.
Designed to be integrated with your research, the Bergamo II Series can be readily configured or reconfigured to meet a range of imaging requirements from imaging cells to larger animals. Track multiple-labeled specimens with up to four ultrasensitive GaAsP PMTs. Our extended-field-of-view detector modules maximize the collection of the fluorescence signal from in vivo images, even when the fluorescence is scattered through hundreds of microns of tissue. Capture intracellular dynamics at up to 400 frames per second using our advanced resonant scanner technology. Take full advantage of the ever-evolving spectrum of fluorescent proteins with our proprietary extended-wavelength excitation optics
Mon, May 26, 2014
IFLA - International Meeting on Fiber Laser and Applications