Fiber coupled light source and monochromator
- Extremely bright point light source
- Can be triggered up to 100 kHz
- Give high output power even with small mutimode fibers
Any fiber-coupled light source can be attached to this compact, software-controlled fiber-to-fiber monochromator, e.g. an LED or laser-pumped plasma light source can be connected. The high light throughput results in a flexible, tunable point light source with high luminance at the output fiber.
Hyperspectral illumination with the EQ-99X light source from ENERGETIQS
The EQ-99X has a very broad spectral range from 200 nm to 2200 nm. Because of its extremely high luminance, it is very well suited for use with mutimode fibers.
Our lighting solutions make the most of the power of this light source and provide the light for use with multimode fibers.
Our Hyperchromator produces monochromatic light and the fiber coupler brings the full spectral range of the EQ-99X into your fiber.
The optical design ensures optimal use of the light for the EQ-99X. With our dual grating option, the entire spectrum can be covered without changing the grating manually.
Process microscopes for in-situ observation in vacuum and process chambers
If processes have to be observed in a vacuum or process chamber, one often faces the challenge of having to realize a large distance from the optics to the sample while still achieving the greatest possible optical resolution.
We have tackled this task in numerous projects. The result is our LD- and ULD-Process Microscopes.
The lens is attached to a viewport on the outside, so it does not occupy any space within the chamber. The object to be observed may be positioned at a distance up to 100 mm from the viewport.
At a distance of 250 mm, a resolution of 3.6 μm can be archived.
High-resolution test charts
Ordinary resolution test charts don’t go below a structure sizes of around 1 μm. Our test charts reach 100 nm and are therefore of particular interest for testing high-resolution microscope optics.
- Test charts with 7.5 to 3300 line pairs per millimeter and pinholes with diameters between 4.0 μm and 0.25 μm.
- Siemens star, segments with minimum width of only 150 nm
- Pinholes from 0.18 μm to 4 μm in diameter
- Checkerboard pattern with square 50×50 μm² or 100×100 μm² fields