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The objectives in the on-board measuring equipment of a UAV must function free of chromatic aberration across a wide spectral range - from the ultraviolet region through the visible band and right up to the near and medium infrared range.
Our DWDM products cost-effectively address the need for units with 8 to 56 channels, and the flexibility for narrow channel spacing, wide spectral range, and both single-mode and multi-mode components.
Other features include a wide spectral range fromm visible light through NIR in reflectance, transmittance and transflectance modes; high energy throughput, and a wide dynamic range for analysis; and the availability of InGaAs detector technology for optimum performance in the 800-1700 nm spectral range.
It offers very high resolution, step-scan, rapid scanning, a very wide spectral range, and the sampling flexibility needed for the most demanding research applications.
A single laser can be used to excite resulting tandem labels to enable simultaneous detection of various target molecules in a wide spectral range.