FiberTech Optica provides integrated fiber optic solutions for spectroscopy and illumination.
Their widely experienced team combined with superior in-house capabilities enable the company to design, manufacture and integrate components and sub-systems up to the customer’s requirements.
In the world of fiber optics, many problems can be solved with standard assemblies employing standard optical fibers, and FiberTech Optica, as well as many other companies, can help you there. In some cases, however, the best solution requires the capability to produce a custom fiber, which is then incorporated into a unique, single-purpose assembly. With years of experience in both, this is where FiberTech Optica excels. The company feels as much at ease supplying excellent bulk fiber as manufacturing cables incorporating hundreds, even thousands of individually manipulated optical fibers.
Their fused silica based fibers come in a huge range of combinations of sizes, numerical apertures, core-to-clad ratios and coatings, specifically tailored to your application requirements.
Then, they can combine those fibers with additional optical and mechanical components, wires, tubes, sheathing and appropriate adhesives to produce assemblies that solve your problem and fit within your budget.
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