OCT swept sources by Santec

Santec (Komaki, Japan) has added two modules to its HSL-series swept sources for swept-source optical coherence tomography (SS-OCT). The modules operate at 50 and 100 kHz scan rates, with long coherence length and wide wavelength-scan for high imaging depth and resolution in SS-OCT applications.  

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SANTEC Corporation announces their latest scanning lasers to be added to their HSL-series for Swept Source Optical Coherence Topography (SS-OCT). The two new highly integrated modules operate at 50kHz and 100kHz scan rates with long coherence length and wide wavelength-scan to bring exceptional imaging depth and resolution to high-speed SS-OCT applications. These lasers address the requirements necessary for high-performance, reliable and cost effective next generation OCT systems for medicine, industry and science.  

Santec Corporation was established in 1979. It is headquartered in Komaki, Japan and has subsidiaries in America (Santec U.S.A. Corporation) and China (Santec (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.). It is listed on the JASDAQ Market – a section of the Osaka Securities Exchange. The company employs 120 staff and serves customers in more than 30 countries; these include most of the world’s major telecommunications companies and telecommunication system manufacturers. Santec’s products include a broad range of optical components and tunable laser light sources for the optical fiber industry, together with a range of fiber optic test and measurement instruments.

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