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World Precision Instruments

World Precision Instruments
175 Sarasota Center Blvd
Sarasota, FL
United States
Company Description
Featured Product: Custom engineered fiber optic assemblies, LWCC flow cells, mini DipTip probe, optical pH & O2 sensor

WPI’s photonic division is an optical component provider of custom engineered complex fiber optic assemblies, flow cells, dip probes, and optical sensors such as pH, DO, and more.
Visit our booth to see firsthand the handful of new products such as Qualified fiber for instrumentation needing superior and consistent light transmission in the Deep UV-Visible- Near IR region.
09 December 2019
Industry Leading Multimode DUV/VIS/NIR Qualified Fiber
• Qualified multi-mode patch cords and assemblies of various fiber materials with pre-defined parameters or end user specified parameters
• High quality multi-mode silica fibers for DUV/UV/VIS/NIR with NA options from 0.22 to 0.48 • Industry leading solarization resistance to DUV wavelengths: 185–1200nm, DIN 58145:2017-01 • Highly flexible PMMA fiber for VIS wavelength range, large core fiber and high NA
• High resistance against laser damage
• Easily customizable by fiber material, core size, connector types, jacketing material and configuration • Constant core/cladding ratio throughout the entire fiber
• Constructed with biocompatible materials
• High temperature
•Customized ferrules
• WPI also manufactures probes (< 5 mm shaft), include filters or lenses in your complex assemblies
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