FISBA develops and manufactures optical components and optical micro systems with innovative illumination, laser beam shaping, intelligent imaging and illumination solutions for life science applications from a single source, with all required disciplines united under one roof for costumers worldwide. They are designed with the customer, developed to serial production readiness, and are producible in high quantities.
The FISBA FISCam™ is a customizable micro camera that delivers impressive images and video at 30 frames per second. The compact design measures less than 2 mm in diameter and 6 mm in length, making it an ideal chip-in-tip solution for endoscopy.
With a diagonal field of view of 120° and a working distance of 5 to 50 mm, the FISBA FISCam™ provides a wide range of versatility.
The FISBA FISCam™ is a customizable micro camera with outstanding optical intelligent imaging performance with integrated illumination from an LED in a separate control box. Light is transported to the camera head through fiber optics bundles.
It enables minimal-invasive surgery and miniaturized point-of-care diagnostics. FISBA has over 60 years of experience in optical design and system engineering and offers complete in-house mounting of the pre-assembly, which is integrated into customer systems.
FISBA is a leading and independent supplier of Microlenses and rod lenses. FISBA’s Microlenses are manufactured with diameters starting as small as 0.3 mm, making them suitable for applications in endoscopy.
FISBA offers built-to-print, built-to-spec and in-house coating services, as well as fully automated assembly lines for scalable production. Microlenses are available in various glass types and shapes, such as plano-convex, plano-concave and biconvex. Every step in the production process is executed efficiently under one roof in Switzerland.
FISBA RGBeam™ are customizable and compact laser modules that typically incorporates three or more laser diodes of different wavelengths, e.g. 638 nm red, 520 nm green, and 450 nm blue. Laser diodes are easily controllable in power and allow high frequency modulation.
This enables nearly free color mixing of the module’s output up to perfect white. Free beam or fiber-coupled configuration with customizable beam characteristics enables FISBA to meet specific customer requirements.
FISBA’s expertise in design and customization, prototyping, and scaling to serial production make the FISBA FISCam™, microlenses and the FISBA RGBeam™ solid solutions for many applications pertaining to life science challenges today.
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