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Optoelectronics
17th July 2013
Ocean Optics Spectrometers Enable Field Application

A pair of super-lightweight miniature spectrometers from Ocean Optics is helping researchers investigate plant parameters in a verdant patch of New Zealand grassland. The compact STS model spectrometers, one deployed as a ground unit and the other aboard an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), are making synchronized hyperspectral measurements of barley and sugar beet crops to assess plant characteristics for more effective crop management.

Analysis
3rd October 2012
Dr. Michael W. Allen Appointed Ocean Optics Director of Marketing & Product Development

Ocean Optics has appointed Michael W. Allen, Ph.D., Director of Marketing & Product Development. As Director of Marketing & Product Development, Allen will be responsible for global technology development for the company’s line of miniature fiber optic spectrometers, optical sensors, sampling accessories, light sources, fibers, and probes.

Optoelectronics
23rd April 2012
Ocean Optics and Tornado Medical Systems Partner on New Line of Spectrometers

Ocean Optics and Tornado Medical Systems have formed a co-development, manufacturing and distribution partnership for a broad line of spectrometers based on Tornado’s High Throughput Virtual Slit (“HTVS”) technology. The HTVS will form the core of a new line of high performance spectrometers being co-developed by the two companies and sold by Ocean Optics.

Optoelectronics
6th January 2012
Ocean Optics Adds New Triggering and Interface Options for Maya2000 Pro Spectrometer

Ocean Optics has added triggering functions to its Maya2000 Pro back-thinned CCD miniature spectrometer to provide accurate timing and synchronization between the spectrometer and other devices. Three low-jitter trigger and normal operating modes are now possible. Applications include pulsing a light source to occur when acquiring a spectra and synchronizing spectral acquisition to coordinate with samples moving through a process stream or senso...

Optoelectronics
6th January 2012
Ocean Optics Probe Improves pH Response

Ocean Optics’ new R1000-4 reflection probe maximizes efficiency of pH measurement. Paired with Ocean Optics’ non-intrusive reflective pH sensing patches, the R1000-4 overcomes the shortcomings of alternative pH measurements methods to deliver accurate pH response in turbid or colored environments.

Test & Measurement
11th April 2011
Torus Spectrometer Delivers High Throughput and Low Stray Light

Ocean Optics has launched a family of aberration-corrected holographic concave diffraction grating spectrometers that delivers low stray light, high throughput and excellent thermal stability for applications ranging from absorbance measurements of optically dense solutions to fluorescence measurements in solutions and powders. Torus is a compact Visible spectrometer (360-825 nm) with greater throughput and less stray light (~0.015% at 400 nm) th...

Test & Measurement
18th February 2011
STS Microspectrometer Provides Big Performance in a Small Footprint

Ocean Optics has introduced a family of low-cost, high-performance CMOS detector-based spectrometers that are ideal for embedding into OEM devices. Despite its tiny footprint – less than two inches square (40 mm x 42 mm) and one inch (24 mm) high – STS provides performance comparable to larger systems: full spectral analysis with low stray light, high signal to noise (>1500:1) and typical optical resolution of ~1.5 nm (FWHM). STS is a great o...

Analysis
16th December 2010
Scripting Language Increases Power of Jaz Modular Spectrometer

Now available for Ocean Optics’ Jaz modular sensing system, Jaz Scripting Language (Jaz-SPL) enables users to customize spectrometer data acquisition, processing and export functions. Jaz is a family of stackable components that share common electronics and communications. Included in the Jaz stack is a CCD-array spectrometer that can be optimized for a variety of measurements and a microprocessor with display.

Test & Measurement
22nd October 2010
High Resolution Near-Infrared Spectrometer with Spectral Response from 900-2500 nm

Ocean Optics has expanded the capabilities of its small-footprint near-infrared spectrometers with the introduction of NIRQuest512-2.5. A high-resolution device with response from 900-2500 nm, NIRQuest512-2.5 is well suited to laser characterization and applications requiring longer integration times.

Optoelectronics
15th September 2010
New Near-Infrared Spectrometer Has Spectral Response from 900-2200 nm

Ocean Optics has expanded its offering of small-footprint near-infrared spectrometers with the introduction of NIRQuest512-2.2, a high-performance unit with response from 900-2200 nm. NIRQuest512-2.2 is ideal for applications ranging from moisture detection and chemical analysis to high-resolution laser and optical fiber characterization.

Optoelectronics
15th September 2010
New Near-Infrared Spectrometer Has Spectral Response from 900-2200 nm

Ocean Optics has expanded its offering of small-footprint near-infrared spectrometers with the introduction of NIRQuest512-2.2, a high-performance unit with response from 900-2200 nm. NIRQuest512-2.2 is ideal for applications ranging from moisture detection and chemical analysis to high-resolution laser and optical fiber characterization.

Test & Measurement
15th September 2010
Ocean Optics Spectroscopy Software Add-on Calculates PAR

A new add-on module for Ocean Optics’ SpectraSuite Spectrometer Operating Software allows users of the company’s miniature spectrometers and Jaz optical sensing systems to calculate Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR), an important parameter for evaluating the effect of light on plant growth. SpectraSuite-PAR uses the absolute irradiance spectrum (captured by the spectrometer) of the light incident on plants and other samples and conve...

Test & Measurement
15th September 2010
SteadiQ Neutralizes Temperature Conditions for Accurate Spectrometer Measurement

A new accessory from Ocean Optics (www.oceanoptics.com) is broadening the range of applications for its field-portable spectrometers. The SteadiQ provides a temperature controlled atmosphere, helping to stabilize temperature effects and eliminate temperature drift in inclement conditions or extreme temperatures from -20C to 50°C. The rugged, portable device assures more accurate, reliable results in field applications including solar irradiance...

Analysis
15th September 2010
Ocean Optics Asia Certified ISO 9001:2008

The Shanghai, China office of Ocean Optics, the industry leader in miniature photonics, has achieved ISO 9001:2008 certification applicable to the design and manufacture of electro-optical equipment. Ocean Optics’ US headquarters earned its ISO accreditation in 2009.

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