Optronic Laboratories Inc

Orlando, FL 32811

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4632 36th St
Orlando, FL 32811
United States
http://www.optroniclabs.com
407-422-3171

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Optronic Laboratories, Inc., enjoys a worldwide reputation for providing a high-performance, optical radiation measurement systems, sources, standards, and calibration services.

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OL 458-4 White LED-based Calibration Standard

The OL 458-4 is a NIST-traceable white LED-based integrating sphere calibration standard, designed for accurately calibrating micro- and telephotometers, image intensifiers, and...
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Integrating Spheres

G&H Instruments offers a variety of integrating spheres. When coupled to our OL 770-LED system, they are ideal for IES LM-79 compliance testing of your large sources and luminaries...
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OL 770-LED Test & Measurement System

The OL 770-LED is a high-speed, CCD-based spectroradiometer that can be customized to any LED measurement application to provide high-precision, fast, and accurate research-grade...

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Digital light processing (DLP) technology used in concert with a laser-assisted manufacturing, rapid-prototyping process can speed dental and hearing aid implant manufacture by varying the illumination intensity (and corresponding cure depth) pixel-by-pixel in the fabrication process.
Digital light processing (DLP) technology used in concert with a laser-assisted manufacturing, rapid-prototyping process can speed dental and hearing aid implant manufacture by varying the illumination intensity (and corresponding cure depth) pixel-by-pixel in the fabrication process.
Digital light processing (DLP) technology used in concert with a laser-assisted manufacturing, rapid-prototyping process can speed dental and hearing aid implant manufacture by varying the illumination intensity (and corresponding cure depth) pixel-by-pixel in the fabrication process.
Digital light processing (DLP) technology used in concert with a laser-assisted manufacturing, rapid-prototyping process can speed dental and hearing aid implant manufacture by varying the illumination intensity (and corresponding cure depth) pixel-by-pixel in the fabrication process.
Digital light processing (DLP) technology used in concert with a laser-assisted manufacturing, rapid-prototyping process can speed dental and hearing aid implant manufacture by varying the illumination intensity (and corresponding cure depth) pixel-by-pixel in the fabrication process.
Detectors & Imaging

MICROELECTRO- MECHANICAL SYSTEMS (MEMS): TI's DLP chip powers more than picoprojectors

Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)-based digital-light-processing (DLP) technology from Texas Instruments (TI; Dallas, TX) is finding its way into many more arenas than just...
FIGURE 1. Integrating spheres can be manufactured at sizes from 1 mm up to 3 m in diameter. This 65 in. spectral lamp measurement system is used in standards laboratories around the world as a calibration source for lamps and LEDs (left; courtesy of Sphereoptics). A tiny 16 mm integrating sphere is incorporated into a detector for radiant power measurement (right; courtesy of Gigahertz-Optik).
FIGURE 1. Integrating spheres can be manufactured at sizes from 1 mm up to 3 m in diameter. This 65 in. spectral lamp measurement system is used in standards laboratories around the world as a calibration source for lamps and LEDs (left; courtesy of Sphereoptics). A tiny 16 mm integrating sphere is incorporated into a detector for radiant power measurement (right; courtesy of Gigahertz-Optik).
FIGURE 1. Integrating spheres can be manufactured at sizes from 1 mm up to 3 m in diameter. This 65 in. spectral lamp measurement system is used in standards laboratories around the world as a calibration source for lamps and LEDs (left; courtesy of Sphereoptics). A tiny 16 mm integrating sphere is incorporated into a detector for radiant power measurement (right; courtesy of Gigahertz-Optik).
FIGURE 1. Integrating spheres can be manufactured at sizes from 1 mm up to 3 m in diameter. This 65 in. spectral lamp measurement system is used in standards laboratories around the world as a calibration source for lamps and LEDs (left; courtesy of Sphereoptics). A tiny 16 mm integrating sphere is incorporated into a detector for radiant power measurement (right; courtesy of Gigahertz-Optik).
FIGURE 1. Integrating spheres can be manufactured at sizes from 1 mm up to 3 m in diameter. This 65 in. spectral lamp measurement system is used in standards laboratories around the world as a calibration source for lamps and LEDs (left; courtesy of Sphereoptics). A tiny 16 mm integrating sphere is incorporated into a detector for radiant power measurement (right; courtesy of Gigahertz-Optik).
Test & Measurement

PRODUCT FOCUS: INTEGRATING SPHERES: How to select an integrating sphere for your application

Integrating spheres present a dizzying array of specifications and an infinite number of configurations. Here’s where to start to narrow down the choices.
Detectors & Imaging

(VIDEO) Optronic Labs' spectral source unlocks bio-imaging application

The OL 490 Agile Light Source from Optronic Laboratories (Orlando, FL) is unlocking new applications that require a programmable, digital spectral source. The Laboratory of Biomedical...
FIGURE 1. The current response for a commercially available amorphous-silicon photodiode as a function of illumination follows an exponential curve.
FIGURE 1. The current response for a commercially available amorphous-silicon photodiode as a function of illumination follows an exponential curve.
FIGURE 1. The current response for a commercially available amorphous-silicon photodiode as a function of illumination follows an exponential curve.
FIGURE 1. The current response for a commercially available amorphous-silicon photodiode as a function of illumination follows an exponential curve.
FIGURE 1. The current response for a commercially available amorphous-silicon photodiode as a function of illumination follows an exponential curve.
Detectors & Imaging

PHOTOVOLTAICS: Spectroradiometer improves accuracy of photovoltaic measurement

While it is impossible to reproduce the brightness level of the Sun, it is possible to simulate a photovoltaic detector’s response with improved accuracy by integrating a white...

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