PicoQuant is known as a company leading in the field of pulsed diode lasers, time-resolved data acquisition, single photon counting

Primes offers products and services close the existing gap for laser diagnostic systems for industrial manufacturing. Focus on measuring devices for the characterization of CO2, solide-state and diode lasers in the range of material processing.

NEL has been developing and commercializing optical communications devices since 1995. As a result, we have made a number of achievements such as promoting the standardization of AWG and developing 10Gbps direct modulation uncooled DFB laser modules

Photon Force specializes in time-resolved photon counting image sensors. Our mission is to provide innovative, high-quality, and accurate sensor technologies to promote accelerated research in fields such as biomedical imaging, quantum imaging, imaging through scattering media, single-photon LiDAR, and beyond. Our current camera, the PF32, consists of 1024 single-photon avalanche diode (SPAD) detectors in a 32*32 array. Each pixel has its own timing circuitry enabling the arrival of a single-photon to be time-tagged with an accuracy of 55 ps. With a small form-factor and a simple USB3 connection, it can easily be integrated into your setup.

Single photon counting modules. So-called single photon counting modules are used to count single photons. These photon counters, sold under the brand name COUNT®, offer phenomenally low dark count rates and a high detection efficiency.

Thales Optronics is a multinational optronics manufacturer and a division of Thales Group. For more than 30 years,

Coherent is world's leading supplier of lasers and laser solutions. Coherent offers a diverse portfolio of laser sources, laser tools and laser accessories for a broad range of commercial and scientific applications.

MPD contribute in the field of photon counting detectors, circuits and applications – including: design and production of Single Photon Counting Avalanche Diodes, “SPAD”, fabricated either using custom silicon, standard CMOS or InGaAs/InP technologies Active Quenching IC development. Often integrated with PicoQuant photon counting instruments.

Established in 2002 Wasatch Photonics produces the world’s finest volume phase holographic gratings and spectroscopic instruments for retail and OEM customers. We offer components and complete systems for use in a variety of applications that include laser pulse compression, Raman Spectroscopy and Optical Coherent Tomography. With over 15 years of combined experience, we are committed to quality, innovation and meeting the needs of our customers.

Quantum Opus offers a compact (3U-rack sized) superconducting nanowire system which offers high detection efficiency, low-noise performance which is easy to use, even for researchers with no cryogenics experience. We offer standard products optimized for maximum detection efficiency near 950 nm or 1550 nm, but frequently build detectors to our customer’s specifications: optimized for specified wavelengths, broadband response, and even mid-infrared detection. We offer superconducting photon counting solutions to meet the needs of quantum optics, quantum computation, photon-starved optical communication, low-flux biophotonics, and fluorescence measurements.

NIREOS is a spin-off company from Politecnico di Milano and is located in Milan (Italy). In the last 5 years, in our laboratories we have developed an innovative interferometer with unrivalled performances in terms of precision, stability and spectral working range. Based on this device, we offer a series of products for spectroscopy, such as interferometers spectrometers, spectrophotometers, spectrofluorimeters and spectropolarimeters. Our main customers are represented by scientific research labs as well as R&D and quality control departments of companies that exploit the power of spectroscopic analysis to monitor the quality of their processes and the properties of their products.

Photon etc. provides scientific imaging solutions for a vast array of applications. From solar cells to live cells, our fast and integrated hyperspectral imaging systems provide solutions to industrials challenges, and give researchers access to the latest innovations in optical and photonic instrumentation. In addition to our recognized hyperspectral microscopy and wide-field systems, we have developed unique near infrared cameras specifically adapted to industrial applications. If you cannot find what you are looking for in our standard products, let us know, our innovative team is always ready to transform ideas into solutions!

Wavelength References designs and manufactures products that use precise molecular energy levels to enable performance unavailable by any other means. A key product family is sealed gas cells which are used as wavelength calibration tools in optical spectrum analyzers and other optical instruments, as local references in sensing systems, or in many research or calibration functions. Another product line is lasers which use gas cells to provide unparalleled wavelength stability and linewidth reduction. Such lasers find use as primary frequency standards and in interferometric sensing.

Luna Innovations Incorporated (NASDAQ: LUNA) was founded in 1990 and has been successful in taking innovative technologies from the applied research stage to product development and ultimately to the commercial market.

Established in 1999, APIC Corporation is both a research and development center as well as a manufacturer of commercial lasers and photodetectors. APIC’s core business and IP is in compound semiconductor research, device design, chip fabrication, and module packaging. From 2004 to 2017 APIC had a prime contract with the US Navy and DARPA, total funding exceeding $100M, to develop technology and prototype Highly Integrated Photonics (HIP) devices. The goal of this work was the fabrication and prototyping of HIP devices for electronic warfare, electronic surveillance and communications, applications which require extremely high fidelity (very low noise, high dynamic range and highly linearity) transmission of broadband analog signals over fiber. Presently, APIC continues to perform advanced research and development while leveraging its technological successes to manufacture the highest performing devices for commercial and scientific applications.

We provide various components, units and systems. And we aim to provide consistent onestop service from product planning and development to prototype, mass production, verification and education. The challenge of “FORM WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS WANT” guides this creation process.

Chroma Technology Corp. is a manufacturer of interference filters for the ultra-violet, visible and near-infrared portions of the spectrum. We are proud to be an active and caring member of the communities in which we live and that we serve.

AdTech Optics designs, engineers, and manufactures mid-IR semiconductor lasers based on Quantum Cascade technology.

Fibercryst manufactures femtosecond lasers up to 25W average power or 80uJ energy per pulse, picosecond lasers at various power and a 2mJ sub-nanosecond laser. Fibercryst commercializes Taranis amplifiers designed for free space and fiber coupled lasers.

Siskiyou provides a diverse range of micromanipulators, microscope sample positioners, motion control systems and modular opto-mechanical building blocks to Life Science and Photonics researchers.

Infrared Instruments is well-known for its ultra-stable, long-lived; compact CO2 and CO lasers. Located in San Marcos, California, Infrared Instruments designs, develops and manufactures rugged, reliable laser systems which provided a new level of convenience in operation and performance.

Siskiyou provides a diverse range of micromanipulators, microscope sample positioners, motion control systems and modular opto-mechanical building blocks to Life Science and Photonics researchers.

Portable Power Systems Inc. was founded in 1992 and is a leading wholesaler/distributor committed to becoming the most requested source for battery and battery systems on the web by offering superior products, rapid delivery, and top notch customer service. Portable Power Systems offers customers a peace of mind with lightning fast delivery and cutting-edge logistics. We own and operate a 15,000 sq.ft. warehouse space in Southlake, Texas that acts as our headquarters. We also operate out of a 750sqft distribution warehouse near Denver, Colorado.

Tekhnoscan Group is engaged in research, development, and manufacture of advanced lasers, laser systems, as well as laser components and accessories for scientific, high-technology, and other applications.

Our customers appreciate our expert knowledge and solution expertise in the value chain of the UV measurement. Our range extends from the production of SiC photodiode wafers, SiC photodiodes and SiC hybrids (TOCONs) to digital and analog measuring probes, SiC spectrometer, reference radiometer and PTB-certified calibration standards. We are an interdisciplinary team of scientists, engineers and production, quality & logistics professionals. Together we have over 100 years of experience in the field of development, production and calibration of UV measuring components. Our company is ISO 9001 certified.

Passat manufactures diode-pumped solid-state lasers and DPSS laser components, providing picosecond DPSS UV lasers feature high pulse peak power, the highest power-to-price ratio and wavelength conversion efficiency.

QD Laser, Inc. is a leading provider of highly efficient semiconductor laser solutions for Telecom/Datacom, consumer electronics, and industrial use.

GPD has been a manufacturer of power and high speed Germanium transistors and diodes since 1973 and a manufacturer of infrared photodetectors since 1985. We offer Ge, p-n, APD and InGaAs p-i-n high speed and large area photodetectors for radiation detection and telecommunication applications. GPD maintains an inspection system in accordance with MIL-I-45208. Photodiodes are subjected to Telcordia testing requirements (TA-NWT-00093), MIL-STD-883 test methods and/or customer specifications.

Eolite Lasers is a division of Electro Scientific Industries, Inc. (NASDAQ: ESIO), commonly named ESI, a US company with headquarters located in Portland, Oregon. Eolite Lasers combines the laser activities in ESI’s portfolio of laser products, which includes: Eolite Systems, based in Bordeaux, France. Eolite developed patented solutions to produce short pulsed fiber lasers with excellent beam quality. New technologies such as rod type fiber were introduced to reach high average power frequency tunable pulsed fiber lasers. The portfolio includes, Boreas, a nanosecond laser and Hegoa, a picosecond laser, in IR, GR and UV versions. These lasers provide unique, high speed, cost effective solutions for fine material microprocessing. PyroPhotonics, based in Montreal, Canada. PyroPhotonics developed a unique patented Tailored Pulse technology that enables flexible temporal shaping for pulsed fiber lasers. The PyroFlex 25 is a unique fiber laser enabling very precise material processing film scribing. New Wave Research, based in Sunnyvale, California, a specialist in compact DPSS laser solutions for Flat panel repair and Failure analysis

Global Laser are a specialist designer and manufacturer of laser diode modules covering a wide range of applications.

FEMTO is the leading manufacturer of low-noise amplifier modules with a broadly diversified product base and continually expanding markets.

Elliot Scientific is a major supplier of Opto-Mechanic, Laser, Cryogenic, and Magnetic components and systems to the Scientific, Research and Industrial communities.

Since 1960 American Ultraviolet® has manufactured 100,000+ effective UVC germicidal fixtures for healthcare, industrial, commercial, and residential applications, including HVAC, hospital, pharmaceutical, laboratory, food and beverage manufacturing and processing, among others. Our UV germicidal products can be used in the air, in liquids and on surfaces to increase efficiency. With health insurance no longer covering healthcare associated infections (hospital acquired infections), hospitals can avoid significant monetary waste by investing in proven UVC technology that plays an important role in reducing infections. American Ultraviolet® has also been creating effective UV curing solutions since 1960 for processes that use UV curable chemistries like inks, coatings and adhesives. Tens of thousands of systems are currently being used in a variety of industries, including spot curing for medical device manufacturing, screen printing, industrial floor coating,aerospace, bathtub refinishing, countertop coating, label printing, LED UV curing, and hundreds of others. American Ultraviolet, and our Lesco UV and Aetek UV Systems divisions, have the cure you seek. And all our solutions are backed by one of the best technical and customer support teams in the world.