At this year’s Photonics West in San Francisco, FISBA makes a statement in the world of micro laser modules. The READYBeamTM demonstrates the companies Know-How and legacy in Micro Photonics Engineering.
FISBA, one of the world's leading independent providers in the field of micro photonics, is exhibiting from 4-6 February 2020 at Photonics West in San Francisco at Booth 763, South Hall.
FISBA designs and produces solutions in the fields of Life Sciences, Industrial Engineering and Defense. FISBA is able to provide its customers a broad service. From first concepts and design studies to working prototypes and serial products.
The FISBA READYBeam™ is the answer to customers increasing demand for compact, powerful and reliable multi-wavelength lasers sources which expands the options of business and research significantly. It is the instrument designers first choice to dramatically reduce the footprint, development time and integration risk.
The laser module provides ultimate control and usability in even the most demanding applications. Embedded cooling, fully integrated driver electronics, individual power control of each wavelengths down to 0, closed loop photo feedback and single mode fiber coupling are some of the key features that stand out.
With 405/488/638 nm and 450/520/660 nm the READYBeam bio and READYBeam ind provide common and versatile combinations of wavelengths for broad areas of applications. These include fluorescent based techniques in Life Sciences and Diagnostics, as well as industrial, material and environmental applications.
The laser module will be used for Flow Cytometry, Spectroscopy, Confocal Microscopy, Screening and Sorting, Metrology, Interferometry, Data Storage and light scattering techniques. The READYBeam continues FISBA’s tradition in Photonics. Get ready for the future now!
FISBA’s micro optics are used in applications such as endoscopy, medical imaging, flow cytometry, spectroscopy, remote sensing and integrated imaging systems. FISBA supplies microlenses with diameters starting from 0.3 mm. These can be coated by us according to customer specifications in line with the application requirements.
Our experts develop and produce ready-to-install microlenses from a diameter of 0.3 mm and micro-aspheres from a diameter of 1.8 mm.
Meet our team of experts at Booth 763, South Hall. They'll be on hand to answer all your questions and help find the best solutions to make your applications a success!
Since 1957, FISBA has been supplying photonics customers the widest range of capabilities in designing and manufacturing optical components and systems. Our highly specialized teams meet the complex and regulated demands of the Life Science, Defense and Aerospace, Industrial Production and Materials Processing markets, enabling the world's leading brands to fulfill their market potential. FISBA’s customer focused services range from ideation to device development support, engineering, supply chain optimization, to device assembly operations, all at our purpose-built facilities that support stringent market requirements while protecting our customers’ intellectual property. FISBA operates from locations in Switzerland, Germany and the USA.
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Birgit Rauch | FISBA AG
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