Buy print edition
Photonics Buyers' Guide
OPAL IR System
ACM Measuring Simultaneously Pitch, Yaw & Roll Angles
JGR SX4 Fiber Optic Switches
OSA150D Fast Optical Spectrum Analyzer
Measuring Lens Centering, Air Spacing & Center Thickness
Apex 785 Raman Spectrometer
Telecentric Lenses for Machine Vision Technology
Ultra Compact Fizeau /Twyman Green Interferometers for Optical Testing
Ultraviolet spectrometers are spectrophotometers designed for use in the 200- to 380-nm range of the electromagnetic spectrum and equipped with a calibrated scale to determine wavelength are known as ultraviolet spectrometers.
GratingWorks, USA - Acton, MA
Designer and manufacturer of holographic diffraction gratings, spectrograph modules and mini spectrometers for analytical measurements in the UV, visible and NIR spectral regions. Products include planar, concave and convex gratings; single-, multichannel and image spectrograph modules, mini...
Hamamatsu Corporation, Sub. of Hamamatsu Photonics K.K. - Bridgewater, NJ
Importer and distributor of photonic components and subsystems for use in instrumentation. Products include photomultiplier tubes, solid-state photodetectors, IR detectors, image sensors, scientific-grade CCD cameras, light sources and x-ray solutions. In Europe, please call freephone 00 800 800...
Hellma USA, Inc., Sub. of Hellma GmbH & Co. KG - Plainview, NY
Manufactures and supplies Hellma cells, fiber optic probes, photometric calibration standards, flat and cylindrical optics and accessories for lasers, spectrophotometers and fluorometers. Supplies Heraeus light sources including vacuum UV, deuterium, hollow cathode, PID spectral calibration and...
International Light Technologies, Gilway & International Light Divs. - Peabody, MA
For over 40 years, International Light Technologies (ILT) has provided direct and OEM customers in industrial, academic and research markets with light measurement and detection systems, and a broad range of off-the-shelf and customized specialty light sources. ILT is ISO 9001 certified and ISO/IEC...
Ocean Optics, Inc., A Halma Group Co. - Dunedin, FL
Supplier of fully integrated optical sensing systems for research, development and OEM markets. Manufacturing expertise in electro-optical assemblies, optical fibers and precision optics. Ocean Optics is part of the multinational Halma Group of safety and detection companies.
Princeton Instruments, Division of Roper Industries - Trenton, NJ
Princeton Instruments designs and manufactures high-performance CCD, ICCD, EMCCD and InGaAs cameras; spectrographs; and optics-based solutions for the scientific research, industrial imaging and OEM communities. Partners with researchers and OEMs to solve challenging problems utilizing...
tec5USA, Inc., Sub. of tec5 AG - Plainview, NY
Specializes in electronic hardware components for the operation of detector arrays and spectral sensors, as well as their integration with optoelectronic components to optical OEM spectrometer systems. Product expertise includes light sources, fibers, immersion probes, miniature spectrometers and a...
Agilent Technologies, Inc., Chemical Analysis - Santa Clara, CA
Ancal, Inc. - Henderson, NV
Anglia Instruments Ltd. - Ely, England
Applied Analytics, Inc. - Concord, MA
AstraNet Systems Ltd. - Newton, England
Avantes BV - Apeldoorn, Netherlands
Avantes Inc., Sub. of Avantes BV - Broomfield, CO
B&W Tek, Inc. - Newark, DE
Cecil Instruments Ltd. - Cambridge, England
Control Development Inc. - South Bend, IN
Equitech Int'l Corp. - New Ellenton, SC
Filmetrics, Inc. - San Diego, CA
Opsytec Dr. Groebel GmbH - Ettlingen, Germany
Guided Wave Inc. - Rancho Cordova, CA
HORIBA Jobin Yvon, A HORIBA International Co., HORIBA Scientific - Longjumeau, France
IET - International Equipment Trading Ltd. - Vernon Hills, IL
IN USA Inc. - Norwood, MA
Inno-Spec GmbH - Nuremberg, Germany
JETI Technische Instrumente GmbH - Jena, Germany
Lightspeed Technologies Inc. - Campbell, CA
LTB Lasertechnik Berlin GmbH - Berlin, Germany
McPherson - Chelmsford, MA
Mightex Systems - Toronto, Canada
Ocean Optics EMEA, A Halma Group Co. - Duiven, Netherlands
omt - optische messtechnik gmbh - Ulm, Germany
optek-Danulat, Inc. - Germantown, WI
Optima USA, Inc. - Elk Grove Village, IL
PIKE Technologies, Inc. - Madison, WI
RGB Lasersysteme GmbH - Kelheim, Germany
Shimadzu Europa GmbH - Duisburg, Germany
Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, Inc., Sub. of Shimadzu Corp. - Columbia, MD
SK-Advanced Solutions Ltd. - KAdima, Israel
Spectral Evolution, Inc. - Lawrence, MA
Spectral Products - Putnam, CT
SpectrEcology, LLC - Jasper, GA
StellarNet, Inc. - Tampa, FL
Verity Instruments, Inc. - Carrollton, TX
Zolix Instruments Co., Ltd. - Beijing, China
That invisible region of the spectrum just beyond the violet end of the visible region. Wavelengths range from 1 to 400 nm.
A spectrophotometer designed for use in the 200- to 380-nm range of the electromagnetic spectrum and equipped with a calibrated scale to determine wavelength.
A kind of spectrograph in which some form of detector, other than a photographic film, is used to measure the distribution of radiation in a particular wavelength region.
PhotonicsBuyersGuide.com is part of Photonics.com and is published by Photonics Media. For more coverage of photonics, visit these pages on Photonics.com.
Photonics Buyers' Guide
Prism Awards for Photonics Innovation
Research & Technology
Light Matters Weekly Newscast
Browse by Subject
Lasers & Laser Systems
Imaging & Sensing
Optics & Optical Coatings
LEDs & Other Light Sources
Test, Measurement & Positioning
Browse by Region
Photonics Dictionary Plus
Calendar of Courses & Events
Laser Wavelength Chart
Site Info and Support
Submit a Press Release
Advertise / Media Kit
Buyers' Guide Listing
Purchase Buyers' Guide
Purchase Wall Charts
Term and Conditions
VIEW MOBILE VERSION
Please log in In to use this feature.
Keep me logged in?
Not a member? Click here to register.
Please register to use this feature.
Complete member details now?
Welcome to the "My Photonics" bar! This tool allows you to personalize your experience throughout the Photonics.com site.
To start using the "My Photonics" bar, simply log in to your Photonics.com account by clicking on the "Log In" button on the right side of this bar. If you do not have a Photonics.com account, you may create one simply by clicking on the "Register" button on the right side of this bar.