Applied Scientific Instrumentation, Inc. (ASI) is a company committed to the advancement of science. Our engineers and technicians have years of experience in aiding researchers with their technical needs, and our product line of devices for microscope automation and imaging represents the best technology available. Established in 1990, our product line has evolved out of an interactive process between our engineers and dedicated researchers throughout the world. These products have been thoroughly tested and evaluated in numerous labs worldwide to insure the integrity of your research. We are constantly striving to improve our products as well as identify and develop new ones to meet the current and future demands of research. We value your input to this process and would like to hear about any special requirements or technical problems that we could help solve.
In addition to the products that we have developed and manufacture, we also distribute a number of quality products from other manufacturers and work closely with a number of software and microscope manufactures to meet our customers needs. We take great pride in customer satisfaction and support and offer complete system solutions as well as a wide variety of individual components. Our goal is to provide the best possible hardware, systems and support that we can, and we work with the finest companies in this field to accomplish this.
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The Total Absolute Measurement System (TAMS) unit allows you to choose the right detector for angular-dependent measurements of optical properties of thin and thick samples.
The Verifire™ Asphere+ provides high-performing, flexible, and precise aspheric metrology.
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