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New Photonic Systems
TAK & B5 Optcs UG in Jena exhibited a joint presentation at the Photonics
Days 2017 in Berlin.
Link to the workshopa and Exhibition ==> Click!
Related Link http://www.photonik-tage-berlin.de/
TAK & B5 Optcs in Jena demonstrated photon counting IoT sensing devices
at Laser World of Photonics 2017. And President Takiguchi visited Jena
for further collaboration with B5 Optics, GrinTec, and Asphericon
TAK System has presented some products at the Laser World of Photonics
2017 at Munich. Especially, a photon counting type sensing IoT device attracted
peoples eye because it will be a "quantum detection" era soon
in the photonics field.TAK System Initiative is trying to have a collaborative
business with several companies in Germany with a great help from JETRO
Hamamatsu and Berlin. Then our presient Takiguchi visited Jena again and
discussed future collaborative works with various companies, B5 Optcs,
GrinTec, and Asphericon before and after the Laser World of Photonics 2017
TAK System started a business using B5 Optics SWIR objective lens.
See through Si wasfer with IR light sourse.
Under the collaboration with B5 Optics in Jena , Germany, TAK System started evaluation of the optics as follows;
■ Specification sheet of the objective lens
Objective lens and its theoretical transmission spectra
B5 Optcs Data Sheet（English） ＝＞
■ IR imaging experiment using the B5 Optics Objective and a CMOS camera
Using a lamp as a IR light sourse and CMOS camera attached with the Objective,
laser processed line image through the Si wafer was clearly observed.
Exp. setup Si processed image
■ Borrowing an InGaAs camera from ARTRAY, IR images were obtained with
the objective lens.
IR image of a stove IR image with wide view
TAK joined " OptoNEXT Hamamatsu"
OptoNEXT Hamamatsu is a newly started Optics Cluster at Hamamastu city
in Japan. To work with companies in Hamamatsu area, TAK becomes amember
TAK exhibited several devices at MicroPhotonincs 2016, Berlin
Laser Frame measure
Ultra-sensitive IoT sensor
We got visitors from Jena、 Germany.
Aug.31st and Sept.1st, we got a deregate from Germany and enjoyed talking
about our collabration.
Inga Conrad, CEO of B5 Optics in Jena, spoke about her business and our collaborative activities for
small satelite application at the GTAI "Cluster Marketing Meeting on Sep.1st at Hotel Okura, Hamamatsu.
R&D Center biside our head quarter
TAK System Initiative just opened a new R&D center next to the head
quater. The building itself is 100 years old house. It has a traditional
wood assembling as shown below. We have renovated it for new photonics
businesses. (Feb. 2017)
Green Laser Diode Line Marker
TAK has newly developed "Green Laser Diode Line Marker (GLM) "
for variou application. As shown below, the green line with 2mm width can
be projected onto any oblject and indicating simple line on it.
Laser Marking Application
And the projected beam line is straight so that one can easily find out
level of the structure observed. For lumber factory, the GLM can be used as cutting line marker.
LIBS (Laser Induced Brakedown Spectroscopy)
By shining laser pulses onto materials and generate laser plasmas, one
can figure out the material compositions from the plasma spectrum. This
is the technique so-called LIBS. We use compact laser system to generate
such plasma and analyse the materials.
Adopted a ns pulse laser, several kinds ofi irons were irradiated to find
out their plasma spectrum. The spectrum above shows the laser spectrum
at 1.06micron and other material related specific spectrum.
Special Integration Sphere for agricultural application
Working with Chiba University, TAK System Init. developed a new integration
sphere detection system to be applied for agricultural optical measurment.
Sample reflectyio/transmission can be evaluated using any LED lamp/photometer
Special LED lamps
Green and Blue LED lamp for Olympus Microscopes
Telescopic Photon Counting System
A c-mounted photon counting detector enables very weak optical signal measurements that a sample locates a few meter away from the system.
Why we need such system?
You might need to look at a weak fluorescent sample in a wild field where
it may not be easy to access to it although you can excite it with a laser
Nikon Lens attaced photon counting system
We may use this system to track satellites in space becasue the response of this system reaches to few tens of nanoseconds
that might be good enough to operate the tracking system.
Laser Polarimeter operated at 589nm
Such as, "Polarimeter using D-line laser"
Laser induced fluorescence detection operated at 470 nm laser pumpin
Or "Blue Laser induced Photoluminescence Detection system"
UV transmission measuremnet system
The device contains a compact UV-A to B (290 to 400nm) emission light
source and an integration sphere of 50mm in diameter with a Si photodiode(PD).
First, setting no sample and set light intensity to be "100" on
the output intensity monitor. then set a sample below the white bock of
the integration sphere on the picture, and then observe the "output".
If the output monitor shows "17" then the transmission within
the UV-A and B is easily determined to 17% or the absorption is 83%. The
sample can be thick to 10 mm or so and the sensitivity of the PD can be
selected to higher sensitivity ranges.
Download "UV transmittion measuring system" data.
Gamma ray detection system
All data shall be stored into a PC
TAK has developed "Hyper-spectral camera" using a simple transmission grating optics. As shown on the picture below,
we attached a camera lens to the hyper-spectral optics and a color CMOS
USB-camera to observe real time spectral images of what ever it observed
within the spectral range of 300 to 800nm. Since we used 200 micron slit
to select a one dimensional image at the focal point of the input lens,
the spectral resolution was about 18nm.
Download "hyper-spectral camera" data. click ==>
The second one is a "space telescope" adopting zero thermal expansion ceramic mirror at 20 deg.C as shown in
the picture below. A 200 mm dia. spherical concave mirror is the primary
optics in this small telescope at this exhibition. Small mirror samples
were also shown in front of the telescope. 30x30 square one, 30mm dia.
and 50mm dia. flat circle mirrors were displayed. Two circular mirrors'
backs were carved to make them lighter.
Click here for vibration test movie ==>
Download "Space mirror" data. click ==>