FemtoScribe Work Station

The core of the femtoscribe station consists of a femtosecond laser source and coupled with a high precision stage which enables fast and precise micromachining on a wide range of material for research & developmental purposes.
Femtosecond lasers also known as ultrafast lasers, are finding applications in “cold” ablation, drilling and cutting of high-precision holes that are free from thermal damage. The ultrafast lasers essentially vaporize matter without generating heat, creating new ways to machine materials. They are particularly good at machining very small, very precise patterns in tough materials such as metals, polymers, semiconductors, glasses, and ceramics.


Integrated Laser Beam Control & Conditioning

We are able to design, align and select suitable AOMs, Optics & Opto-mechanics required to control & manipulate your laser beam profile & characteristics to meet your exact needs.

All components are mounted on a breadboard or optical table. Class 1 enclosure, laser safety EN-60825 compliance, dust free and  clean room standards are also possible.


Microscopes with Customized Options

Customize standard microscopes with various options tailored to your application requirements.  Choose various scientific cameras, spectrographs, light sources, excitation lasers of different power and wavelengths, XYZ motorized & piezo stages,  motorized focus control, auto-focusing and even auto slide loaders.

A wide range of accessories and functions available, integrated into a customized microscope system that meets your exact needs.


PhotoLuminescene/RAMAN Mapping System

The PhotoLuminescence/RAMAN Mapping System is a powerful tool to provide photoluminenscence/RAMAN information emitted by materials. The signal is used to monitor the lattice structure or molecular bonds in various materials. The system scans through the material surface, collecting PL/RAMAN spectra at each point and mapping variations in the intensity, wavelength and band width of  signal with high stability and repeatability.


Solar Panel Testers

Driven by the concept of Function Focused Innovation, Abet Technologies is dedicated to designing tools for Photovoltaics research and production. PV-IV measurement systems, QE measurement systems, UV exposure systems and research Solar Simulation sources, are not only simple, intuitive, and easy to use, but loaded with performance enhancing features – all with cost efficiency in mind.


Spectra Analyser

Microscope based Spectra Acquisition and Analysis Stations for chemistry, material, physics and engineering application. They are suitable for both industrial and research environment, with excellent quality, performance, flexibility, stability and extensibility. The station supports techniques including transmission, reflection and emission; Raman and Fluorescence analysis. Signal enhancement provide the possibility of low signal detection.

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Spectra Analyser System

Microscope based Spectra Acquisition and Analysis Stations enclosed in a dark box for low light readings with minimal noise. System comes with motorized stages and Joy stick control which allows manual targeting as well as automated mapping. The whole system is mounted on an anti vibration table for stability and an intuitive GUI to control all elements in the system.


Optical Transmission Measurement System

Collimated or Lasers are used as the light source in this system. Measurement is performed using spectrometers or laser power meters. The whole system is mounted on an optical breadboard for stability and an intuitive GUI to control  and automate all elements in the system.


Laser Micro Machining System

Various lasers can be used for Micro Machining. Substrate is placed on a 3 Axis nm piezostage using a vacuum chuck for 3D machining. 3 Axis um motorized stages and autofocus capability is also available. Linear objective turret provides quick selection of various lenses for different application. All components are mounted on an optical bread board for stability and an intuitive GUI to control and all elements in the system.