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2007-01-18   |   4 min read

Ibsen Photonics launches an extended version of it’s I-MON FBG Sensor System Interrogator

[h5]Press Release Copenhagen, - January 18th, 2007 [/h5] Ibsen Photonics has released a new wavelength extended, high-resolution version of its I-MON Interrogation Monitor for FBG Sensor Systems Ibsen Photonics, a leading supplier of holographic Phase masks, fused silica transmission gratings and optical spectrometer modules based on transmission gratings, today announced it's release of a new, extended wavelength version of it's I-MON Interrogation Monitor. The Interrogation Monitor builds on Ibsen high-resolution spectrometer technology, utilizing Ibsen fused silica transmission gratings. This design platform enables Ibsen's I-MON to offer fast measurement frequency and compact size as well as low power consumption I-MON Product

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2006-11-24   |   5 min read

Ibsen Photonics employee receives prestigious award for PING gratings

[h5]Press Release - Copenhagen - November 24th, 2006. [/h5] Ibsen Photonics employee receives prestigious award from the Danish Optical Society for development of Ibsen's polarization independent, fused silica telecom gratings. At an award ceremony yesterday, Johan Holm of Ibsen Photonics was presented with the yearly DOPS prize, an annual prize given to an individual whose contribution to the Danish optics field has been of unique quality and importance. The award was given to Johan Holm for his efforts and results in connection with the development and commercialization of Ibsen's PING gratings - polarization independent gratings whose main application area is

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2006-11-06   |   4 min read

Ibsen Photonics offers pulse compression gratings

[h5]Press Release Copenhagen, - November 6th, 2006  [/h5] Ibsen Photonics offers pulse compression gratings in 100% fused silica for high-power femtosecond laser pulse compression at both 1064 nm and 800 nm. Ibsen Photonics, a leading supplier of holographic Phase masks,transmission diffraction gratings and spectrometer modules based on diffraction gratings, now offers pulse compression for both 1064 nm and 800 nm femtosecond laser wavelength regions. Grating Product Manager Kristian Buchwald comments: "Our fused silica grating technology is perfectly suited to high-power femtosecond applications, where laser manufacturers have been hitting the energy ceiling of grating types available up till now." He adds:

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2006-02-24   |   4 min read

Ibsen Photonics launches USB version of it’s I-MON FBG Sensor System Interrogator

[h5]Press Release - February 24th, 2006 [/h5] Ibsen Photonics has released a new USB interfaced, high-resolution version of its I-MON Interrogation Monitor for FBG Sensor Systems Ibsen Photonics, a leading supplier of holographic Phase masks, transmission diffraction gratings and optical spectrometer modules based on diffraction gratings, today announced it's release of a new, USB interfaced version of it's I-MON Interrogation Monitor. The Interrogation Monitor builds on Ibsen high-resolution spectrometer technology, utilizing Ibsen fused silica transmission gratings. This design platform enables Ibsen's I-MON to offer fast measurement frequency and compact size as well as low power consumption. I-MON Product Manager Bjarke

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2006-01-12   |   3 min read

Ibsen Photonics Awarded Demultiplexing Patent

[h5]Press Release - Copenhagen, January 12th, 2006 [/h5] Ibsen Photonics has been awarded patent for multi-grating-based wavelength division multiplexing devices Ibsen Photonics, a leading supplier of holographic Phase masks, transmission diffraction gratings and optical spectrometer modules based on diffraction gratings, today announced that it has been granted United States Patent # 6,978,062, titled "Wavelength Division Multiplexed Device". The technology is based on using multiple transmission gratings to provide high dispersion, while at the same time taking advantage of the beam-folding properties of transmission gratings to create compact module designs. "Our optical module products - for example FBG Sensor System Interrogators

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