An enabling technology for many high-resolution spectroscopy applications
As one of the industry’s leading laser development centers, Lockheed Martin is recognized around the world for its robust, reliable and innovative lasers. The Argos single-frequency, continuous-wave optical parametric oscillator is a unique family of tunable lasers designed for high resolution spectroscopy. No other system matches its output power and wavelength tuning range from 1400 nm to 4600 nm. Argos is an enabling technology for many high-resolution spectroscopy applications.
With Argos Orange, the Argos technology extends to provide the same characteristics in the visible spectrum with multi-Watt output in the 600 to 700nm wavelength range. The device’s high resolution, mode-hop free tuning and excellent beam quality make it ideal for atomic physics research. Turnkey operation, and low maintenance cost make it the perfect replacement for legacy dye laser technology.
Presentation by Alexander M. Morrison, Tao Liang and Gary E. Douberly, Department of Chemistry, University of Georgia (video is also available on www.YouTube.com)
LaserNet Fines-Online reduces maintenance costs, manpower, and eliminates machinery downtime, and provides real-time data about machinery health by detecting, counting, classifying, and trending fluid contamination using advanced laser imaging and image-processing software.
The LNF-O System can be used with all types of machinery and equipment, including:
- Wind Turbines
- Marine Propulsion Thrusters
- Earth-moving Equipment
Learn more: LaserNet-Fines brochure
The LNF-O System uses laser technology embedded into fluid systems to provide on-the-spot analysis of machinery health by:
Detecting, Counting, Classifying and Trending Fluid Contamination – Perfect for High-Value or Remote Equipment
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