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Bristol Instruments develops, manufactures, and markets interferometer-based instruments that accurately measure the absolute wavelength and spectrum of laser systems as well the thickness of optically-transparent materials. The company currently focuses on the scientific, fiber communications, and optical metrology markets.
Located near Rochester, NY, Bristol Instruments was founded in 2005 by three technical and marketing leaders of the now-defunct Burleigh Instruments. Together, this group has over 75 years of combined experience in the design, manufacture, and marketing of lasers and precision test instruments used in basic and applied research, engineering, and production test applications.
The 438 Series Multi-Wavelength Meter combines proven Michelson interferometer-based technology with fast Fourier transform analysis in order to measure the wavelength, power, and OSNR of as many as 1000 discrete optical signals.
The best way to determine the absolute wavelength of CW lasers is with the 671 Series Laser Wavelength Meter.
The 771 Series Laser Spectrum Analyzer provides the most complete wavelength and spectral characterization of CW and high-repetition rate pulsed lasers that operate from 375 nm to 12 µm.
The 871 Series Pulsed Laser Wavelength Meter provides accurate wavelength information for researchers who need to know the exact wavelength of their CW or pulsed lasers.
228 Series Wavelength Meter - WDM. Single-wavelength, CW signals
The 228 Series Optical Wavelength Meter combines high accuracy and exceptional repeatability to achieve the most meaningful results for WDM test applications.
The 428 Series Multi-Wavelength Meter simultaneously measures wavelength, power, and OSNR of up to 1000 discrete optical signals.
828 Series Wavelength Meter - WDM. 1 kHz measurement rate, single wavelength, CW and modulated signals.
The 828B Optical Wavelength Meter measures the absolute wavelength of WDM lasers to an accuracy of ± 1 pm.
The BC-1 Series Fiber-Optic Input Coupler is a convenient way to launch a free-space laser beam into an optical fiber.
LC Series Fiber-Optic Laser Coupler
The LC-1 Series Fiber-Optic Input Coupler is a convenient way to launch a free-space laser beam into an optical fiber.
FOS Series Fiber-Optic Switch