Video feature: Pacer showcases technologies and capabilities at DSEI London 2013
Optics and sensors; lasers and detectors; displays; special projects
Pacer recently exhibited its technologies and capabilities at DSEI London 2013, an event dedicated to the security and defence sectors. The company distributes products such as optics and sensors, lasers and detectors, and displays, and also has a special projects division to help customers solve whatever design challenges they may face.
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US-based UVC LED manufacturer Crystal IS has chosen Pacer International as its distribution partner. The excellent light output and spectral quality of the company’s Optan UVC LED technology ensures reliability and longer lifetimes — making it suitable for life sciences, analytical instrumentation and environmental monitoring.
Pacer is now supplying a range of microwave Doppler radar motion detector units (MDUs) from Microwave Solutions. The units utilise the Doppler shift phenomenon to ‘sense’ motion. The units operate at X-Band (10GHz) and K-Band (24GHz) and can be incorporated into a range of sensors in applications including lighting and energy management, home automation, intrusion alarms, collision avoidance, automatic door openers, traffic control, speed measurement and presence sensing.
Design engineers are turning to UVC LEDs to overcome the challenges of traditional UV lamps. This brochure presents the benefits of Crystal IS’s range of UVC LEDs, available from Pacer.
Over the years, dispersive Raman spectroscopy has increasingly been implemented for material identification thanks to its portability and sampling flexibility. When choosing a Raman instrument, one of the primary concerns is the wavelength of the laser that is integrated into the Raman spectrometer system. Even though the Raman shift of any material is only related to the material’s specific chemical structure and is independent of the excitation wavelength, different wavelengths have ...
Optotune’s focus tunable lens is suitable for 3D laser processing. In combination with galvo scanners or x-y tables, large scan volumes and small spot sizes can be achieved.