Fiber-optic Raman probes from FiberTech Optica feature f/2 optics

A new line of compact fiber-optic Raman probes features high-collection-efficiency f/2 optics, internal filtering, an approximately 4 mm working distance, and a rugged assembly with no moving parts. The probes are packaged in a 4-mm-diameter steel tube, and allow near-real-time data collection from solid and liquid samples.
FiberTech Optica
Kitchener, ON, Canada

jeffdup@fto.ca

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NEW COMPACT RAMAN FIBER PROBE

FiberTech Optica (FTO), a manufacturer of custom fiber optic assemblies, is proud to introduce its latest product: a line of compact fiber optic Raman probes! Leveraging our expertise in optics, spectroscopy and manufacturing of precision fiber assemblies, our probes feature an innovative optical configuration designed to enhance both the throughput and the quality of collected Raman signal.


FTO's design features: high collection efficiency (f/2) optics, internal filtering (bandpass filter for the laser and long pass filter for collected signal), about 4 mm working distance, and rugged assembly with no moving parts. The probes are packaged in a steel tube about 4 mm in diameter, with even smaller designs to be available shortly. Our design allows for almost real-time collection of data from solid and liquid samples.

For more information about FTO and its products, please visit http://www.fibertech-optica.com

Established in 2000 in Kitchener, Canada, FiberTech Optica has been developing and supplying specialty fiber optic solutions for laboratory and industrial applications in the life sciences, industrial spectroscopy and laser power delivery markets.

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