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Have you ever accidentally touched your filter with gloves or noticed a speck of dust? Learn how to effectively remove debris from your Semrock optical filters from IDEX Health & Science by watching our new filter cleaning demo. Learn More
New Product Development plays a pivotal role as the major driving force of organic business growth, but to add new products and services to their range of offerings, companies must make improvements to their infrastructure. In this white paper, learn about the importance of new product innovation, different process methods, and best practices for optimizing your company’s strengths to help you get to market faster. Learn More
Learn more about the features of the proprietary tools developed by IDEX Health & Science, including the established Peregrine and the new KolaDeep™ Spectral Measurement Systems in this white paper. Learn More
Our engineers and product management teams have collaborated to provide you with the Semrock Master Catalog from IDEX Health & Science. With proven results, we give you access to high-level engineering that will help make every photon count in your system. Learn More
The steady advances in optical thin film deposition technology over recent decades have enabled production of high performance multiband optical filters that address the increasing demand for multicolor fluorescence instrumentation. Though there is now a wide range of available catalog filters designed for a large variety of fluorophores, selecting suitable filters is often a complex process. Here we present considerations relevant to the design of such a multiplexing system. Learn More
Any imaging instrument has a limited tolerance for wavefront error – and every optical element in the light path (including dichroic beamsplitters) contributes to wavefront error, thereby limiting overall imaging system performance. When aiming to achieve diffraction-limited imaging performance or better, it is important to consider wavefront errors from all optical elements in order to calculate the total instrument wavefront error, and to compare it to the maximum allowable value. Learn more in this white paper. Learn More