Electro Optical Industries, Inc. is committed to developing and manufacturing high quality, state-of-the-art test equipment and calibration instrumentation.
EOI was founded by Arthur J. Cussen and incorporated in 1964 as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Channel Industries (a major supplier of piezoelectric ceramics). In 1983, a parent company called Channel Technologies Inc., was formed and Channel Industries evolved into a sister company. Today, Electro Optical Industries is known for providing state-of-the-art equipment for both government and commercial applications. We currently have products in over 45 countries, with a customer list of over 1000 accounts including some of the best known companies in America and abroad.
We are dedicated to making and supporting a wide range of, calibration and test equipment that cover a section of the electromagnetic spectrum starting at .1 micron (ultraviolet) and extends all the way out to 16 microns (long wave infrared) for the test community. Our products include: UV, Visible (photopic), and Infrared Sources for Calibration, and Testing Equipment such as; Infrared Test Sets, Target Simulators, Collimators, Detector Test Sets, Radiometers, and Complete Turnkey Test Systems. This technology is used for such diverse applications as weather analysis, environment studies, search and rescue, fire fighting, night vision, missile guidance, industrial temperature control, non-destructive testing, and quality control in various industrial processes.
Electro Optical Industries Laboratory Collimators
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