At Wasatch Photonics, we’re fascinated by the many ways light can be used to understand nature and solve the problems that touch our lives each day, and it shows in our innovation, applications expertise, and experience. Whether you’re solving a problem in research, industry, or creating your own OEM product, we want to help you build a better future. We offer quality, performance, and consistency you can count on!
VPH TRANSMISSION GRATINGS:
We offer volume phase holographic (VPH) transmission gratings for laser pulse compression, OCT, spectroscopy, hyperspectral imaging, and astronomy – at wavelengths spanning 300-2500 nm. We optimize each grating to its application using our multiple patented design technologies, from stock gratings for R&D to custom gratings for our many OEMs. We are known for high efficiency, low polarization sensitivity, and uniform performance over broad bandwidths & large clear apertures – all in a robust, field-tested package.
RAMAN and UV-VIS-NIR SPECTROSCOPY:
As experienced spectroscopists, we create solutions that enable the leap from lab to field, clinic, and industry. Our products deliver 10x more speed, sensitivity, and SNR than traditional compact spectrometers. Accelerate your product development with our matched OEM-ready modules – all based on the same rugged, repeatable, thermally stable optical bench. Choose from spectrometers, systems and accessories for Raman (248, 405, 532, 633, 785, 830, 1064 nm), fluorescence, UV, VIS, and NIR (300-1700 nm).
OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY:
Our OCT spectrometers help you achieve clearer images, faster – backed by OCT-specific software drivers to get you collecting images in <24 hours. Choose from multiple bandwidth, depth & speed options at each wavelength, or draw on our expertise to find the best solution for your application, from ophthalmology, dermatology, and angiography to materials processing and non-destructive testing. Our SD-OCT spectrometers include models for visible, 800, 1050, 1300, and 1600 nm center wavelengths and multiple bandwidths, at speeds up to 250 kHz!
From Benchtop to Compact Raman: Closing the Performance Gap
Raman Process Monitoring for PAT
Improving OCT Spectrometer Performance
Extended Range Raman for Rapid Plastic ID
How to Correctly Choose Your Raman Excitation Wavelength
OCT as Optical Biopsy in Dermatology
UV Raman: Applications and Advantages
High-Speed OCT for Corneal Imaging
VPH Gratings: Advantages and Applications
Exploring VPH Gratings and OCT Software with Wasatch Photonics
Wasatch Photonics Introduces Compact, Lightweight OCT Spectrometer for Integration into OEM Imaging Systems
Wasatch Photonics and Nikalyte Partner to Advance Application of SERS
Wasatch Photonics Announces the Appointment of Neil Anderson as Vice President, Gratings and OCT
Wasatch Photonics Achieves ISO 9001:2015 Certification for Logan, UT Facility
Wasatch Photonics Introduces First Compact UV Raman Spectrometer
Wasatch Photonics Adds 1600 nm OCT Spectrometer for Deep Tissue Imaging
VPH Transmission Gratings from Wasatch Photonics
Raman Spectrometer and System Family from Wasatch Photonics
Gratings for OCT from Wasatch Photonics
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Dr. Keith Paulsen
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Prof. Simon Scheuring & Dr. Alma P. Perrino
AZoOptics speaks to Prof. Simon Scheuring & Dr. Alma P. Perrino about their recent research using a new line-scanning high-speed atomic force microscopy technique. The method helps characterize the single-molecule kinetics of wild-type bR (bR-WT) exposed to continuous light and short light pulses.
R. Bruce Weisman
AZoOptics interviews R. Bruce Weisman from Rice University in Texas, US, who has discovered fluorescence from silicon nanoparticles in cement and how it can be used to reveal early signs of damage in concrete structures.