Precision Electro-Optic and Laser Technologies

Events and Exhibits

We participate in a variety of trade shows and conferences throughout the year. Join us at the following industry-leading events and stop by our booth to learn more about our products.

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  • Vescent Photonics Exhibiting at APS March Meeting

    Vescent is excited to be exhibiting for the first time at the APS March Meeting in New Orleans.  The conference will be held in the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center and we will be located in booth 105.  We will be showing our line of lasers, laser control electronics, and electro-optic accessories for precision measurements.

    We hope to see you there!

  • Welcome to DAMOP

    damop-2016Welcome to all DAMOP attendees.  DAMOP, the Division of Atomic and Molecular Optical Physics meeting is underway at the Providence Convention Center in Providence, RI.

    Ben LueyBen Luey, Staff Scientist at Vescent will participate in an Industrial Career Panel and Discussion on Tuesday evening from 6:30 to 9:00 pm in Room 553 AB.  Ben and the other panelist will discuss physics careers in the private sector and laboratory environments. Topics will include research opportunities for physicists in industry, strategies for successfully pursuing industrial jobs, exploring the linkages between private sector and national laboratory research, and advice on how to thrive in these exciting and challenging work environments.  Light refreshments will be served. This event is sponsored by the Forum on Industry and Applied Physics (FIAP). 

    Vescent will be exhibiting its new D2-250 Heterodyne Module for overlapping master and slave lasers and collecting an optical beat note for delivery to a fast detector such as the D2-160.  The electrical beat note can be used as the error signal in an offset phase lock – the easiest way to get an atomically referenced, frequency-agile laser for atomic spectroscopy.  The D2-250 is newly redesigned with kinematic optical mounts to be easier to set up.  It also makes use of rotatable waveplates and polarizing beam splitters to allow a large dynamic range of power inputs making it more versatile than the venerable D2-150.

    We are also introducing two new ICE boards.  ICE, or Integrated Control Electronics, offers the combination of high speed and low noise only available via analog control and an easy to use digital interface (GUI or serial commands).  The new ICE-DC2 offers two channels of current control for driving two diode lasers.  And the ICE-SC1 is a full PI2D loop filter servo that offers an auxiliary servo output for centering the main, high-bandwidth loop, keeping it within its range for extended periods of time.

    See you in Providence!