ALPAO deformable mirrors provide large strokes and high bandwidth

July 3, 2011
Using patented technology, Hi-Speed DM deformable mirrors provide large strokes and high bandwidth, allowing fast closed-loop systems for applications in astronomy, vision science (retinal imaging), and microscopy.

Using patented technology, Hi-Speed DM deformable mirrors provide large strokes and high bandwidth, allowing fast closed-loop systems for applications in astronomy, vision science (retinal imaging), and microscopy. Integration of mirror control software into customer systems is also offered.
ALPAO
Biviers, France
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ALPAO PRESENTS ADAPTIVE OPTICS AT PHOTONICS WEST EXPO IN SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF., IN JANUARY 2011

Chicago, January 3, 2011 (word count: 215)
ALPAO is one of the specialists of adaptive optics from components like deformable mirrors up to complex adaptive optics systems. Its breakthrough technologies come from years of research and development in the most demanding applications. ALPAO will be exhibiting at Photonics West 2011 in San Francisco, Calif., from Jan. 25 to 27, on the French Pavilion at booth 1023A.

ALPAO’s Hi-Speed DM deformable mirrors are well-known to have large strokes and one of the highest bandwidth allowing fast closed loop systems for very demanding applications. Thanks to a unique patented technology, ALPAO can satisfy specific applications in different fields such as astronomy, vision science (retinal imaging), and microscopy.

ALPAO can help design Adaptive Optics (AO) with off-the-shelf products or custom solutions. The offer includes today:
- High Speed deformable mirrors
- Complete AO systems
- On demand deformable mirrors, or AO systems

ALPAO’s customers benefit from cost effective and flexible solutions. Additionally, the integration of the different parts or mirrors’ control software in the customers’ systems has never been so easy, as a result of the highly flexible approach. As a manufacturer of sub-systems, ALPAO is looking for partners who will integrate its systems to achieve unmatched beam quality for various areas of applications (microscopy, spectroscopy, vision science, astronomy). Sales are handled directly from France.

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