Newport Spectra-Physics Newsletter - #32 - May 2010 - (Page 8)


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DMH-DL-U
Data Link for DMH-1 Digital Micrometer, USB Interface
Key Features Fast and exact data recording

NEW
D I G I T A L M I C R O M E T E R
The DMH-DL-U data link allows users of the DMH-1 digital micrometer to quickly and accurately transfer the numerical data, in electronic format, to a spreadsheet or word processor. Data from the digital micrometer is transferred with a simple button push on either the connecting cable or the electronic box. The Data Link, which includes a Micrometer Connecting Cable and an Input Tool, requires no batteries and runs off of the power supplied by the computer’s USB socket.

USB connection Convenient plug-&-play installation No batteries needed

WEB

See our website for more info. www.newport.com/DMH-DL-U

New Catalog Offering of Colored-Glass Alternative Filters
Key Features RoHS compliant (unconditional) Steep transitions from blocking to transmission Low autofluorescence High transmission: >90% average (typical) Excellent blocking: >5 OD Exceptional durability

O P T I C S

34 Standard cut-on wavelengths in 4 standard sizes Custom cut-on wavelength availability from 225 to 1000 nm

Newport's new, patent-pending colored-glass alternative (CGA) filters are constructed using optical thin-film coating technology. Using Newport's patented Stabilife ® coating technology, many layers of refractory metal oxide film are deposited under vacuum in a precise sequence, defining the spectral signature of the filters. Unlike Colored-Glass filters which rely upon absorption to create the filter's spectral response, CGA filters utilize optical interference phenomena to create wide bands of very-high reflectance to create the blocking region of the filters, and wide bands of very-low reflectance to create the transmission bands of the filters.

Using optical interference coatings to create longwave pass filters provides some distinct advantages over using absorptive colored-glass. Transition slopes between the rejection or blocking band and the transmission band can be made much steeper using interference coatings. On average, CGA filter slopes are 3 times steeper than the transition slopes of corresponding Colored-Glass filters. The spectral response of CGA filters is not dependent upon thickness of the filters. This feature allows Colored-Glass Alternative filters to be manufactured using very thin substrates while maintaining the required depth of blocking, enabling their use in a variety of
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Newport Spectra-Physics Newsletter - #32 - May 2010

Cover and Contents
MAKE LIGHT
- Mai Tai® SP Short Pulse One Box Amplifier Seeder
- SCG-800-CARS Optimized Supercontinuum GenerationFiber Device
- Model 6100 Combo Laser Diode and TemperatureController
- Milan™ Laser Safety Eyewear
MANAGE LIGHT
- Agilis™ AG-LS25-27 Piezo Motor-Driven Linear Stage
- S-2000AN Non-Magnetic Isolator
- OTS-LSC Laser Safety Curtain for SmartTable OTS Optical Tables
- DMH-DL-U Data Link for DMH-1 Digital Micrometer, USB Interface
- New Catalog Offering of Colored-Glass Alternative Filters
- Newport Optics Offered at Greatly Reduced Prices!
MEASURE LIGHT
- New Focus™ Quadrant Photoreceivers Family
- 818-BB-50 AND 818-BB-50F Biased Photodiode Detectors
APPLICATION SOLUTIONS
- WEU-01 Wavelength Extension Unit
- CARS-KT Coherent anti-Stokes Raman Scattering Microspectrometer
Literature Request

Newport Spectra-Physics Newsletter - #32 - May 2010

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