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From consumable Spectralon® components to complete precision manufacturing and QC systems for the ADAS imaging and LiDAR market, we offer a broad range of enabling photonics-based technologies.

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Labsphere Coatings – Updated

The new Labsphere Coating and Materials Guide is now available! Now, all the most commonly requested information about coatings including Spectraflect, Permaflect, InfraGold and materials like Spectralon® and SpectraBlack are available in one location. If you still have questions please let us know !

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Artemis 1 is up! And Here’s How Labsphere Was Involved

Using Labsphere’s technologies for both on-ground and in-flight calibration, NASA’s SCIFLI imaging system is able to capture high-fidelity imagery of Artemis 1 upon launch (November 16th, 2022) and to capture parachute imagery on re-entry across multiple spectrums. /https://www.labsphere.com/resources/artemis-1-is-up-and-heres-how-labsphere-was-involved/

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FLARE – Remote Sensing Vicarious Calibration

The amount of electro-optical airborne and satellite data available today is expanding exponentially, but its inherent optical performance and signal quality is not matching pace. Better data is needed, not just more data Calibration from Space is challenging and expensive; INFREQUENT – Low number of instrumented sitesEXPENSIVE – National agencies and high…

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UV-C Disinfection – Dosage ?

The use of UV-C for disinfection purposes has been in place for many years. There has been a resurgence in interest in this technology in recent years and there are many new products entering the market. Labsphere’s SMARTSens UV-C Sensor Network provides confidence and assurance of UVGI disinfection from multiple…

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Life on Mars ?

A great piece from Halma plc, parent company of Labsphere. Looking for signs of extra-terrestrial life has long been a plot for many blockbuster movies. But despite dozens of missions to Mars there has been no proof that life, past or present, exists beyond Earth. Recent research, however, has concluded…

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SPIE OptiFab October 18-21 Rochester, NY

Come to booth 1220 to see cutting edge solutions from Trioptics at the largest optical manufacturing conference and exhibition in North America. Featuring the largest spectrum of optical measurement technology ,supply test systems for R & D and Production for every manufacturing step in optics: from a system for refractive…

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SmartSens-UVC irradiance sensors

Real-time UVC dose monitoring: Labsphere’s calibrated UVC sensors enable real-time UVC dose monitoring for the validation of UVC surface disinfection. Easily access dosage information on demand using the SMARTSens-D software platform, or integrate the digital sensors as a component in your UVGI system software using the provided firmware. Each sensor is calibrated for irradiance responsivity at…

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ADAS Camera Optical Alignment and Testing in Mass Production

Trioptics brings a wealth of experience to ADAS alignment, test and assembly. Testing options are now available through an extended temperature range of -40 to 120 C with the ImageMaster® HR Temp Control . Whether your requirements are for R&D, QC or automated mass production Trioptics has a solution. The…

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SpectraBlack – New Product

*** 10% off for the month of September 2021 on all standard SpectraBlack panels *** Labsphere offers a variety of Permaflect reflectance coatings ranging from 5 to 94%. Understanding the sensitivity of Lidar and ToF systems at low reflectance (<5%) has proved difficult due to a lack of spectrally flat…

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