Monospektra is a supplier of scientific equipment and industrial solutions. We choose our suppliers to complement and add value to our client's work and research. We are a dedicated team specializing in photonics and precise positioning that can offer professional services for the most demanding tasks.
Compact Spectrometers, Scientific Cameras, Monochromators, Precision Motion and Positioning, Lasers, Spectroscopic Systems, Optics, Imaging Lenses, Optomechanics, Cathodoluminescence Systems, Light Sources, Microscopy Systems, Fibers and Accesories, Optical Cryostats.
Optical Spectroscopy in Biomedical Research, Confocal Raman and Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Light Sheet Microscopy, Protein Unfolding, Imaging Intracellular pH in Living Cells, Optical 3D Surface Measuring Technology, Hexapods Test Image Stabilization.
Andor Technology, Attolight, Edinburgh Instruments, Edmund Optics, NKT Photonics, Ocean Insight, Physik Instrumente (PI)
Monospektra is a dedicated supplier of scientific equipment and industrial solutions.
Working with the world’s most trusted manufacturers we can offer anything from an entry level lab setup to a high-end fully automated analytical system.
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About Physik Instrumente (PI)
PI stands for peak technical performance and is considered a global market and technology leader in the field of precision positioning technology with accuracies down to nanometers. It is our aim to further extend our pioneering role to the world market and we have exactly what it takes. PI offers a technological spectrum and a vertical production range that are beyond competition worldwide. However, our most important concern is to continually inspire our customers with advanced positioning solutions.
Unique Range of Technologies
The technological range of the PI Group is unique in the world. PI develops, manufactures and qualifies all its core technologies itself. Thus PI is independent of components available on the market and offers individual solutions that go beyond the state of the art. The high degree of flexibility provides the customers of PI with significant competitive advantages.
Vertical Production Range and Production Capacity
The product range from a two-ton Hexapod to a 10-gram nanopositioner requires that PI disposes of the necessary equipment and technologies to manufacture, mount and qualify these systems.
The PI Group aims at applying the same high quality, safety and environmental protection standards at every site all over the world. The Integrated Management System (IMS) reflects this commitment. Within this system, PI combines all quality management, environmental management as well as work and health management methods and policies in a uniform organizational structure and commits to comply with the specifications of the international standards ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 and the REACH regulation. Compliance with the requirements is documented, checked and monitored in the IMS. By utilizing synergies, the IMS helps to efficiently and continuously improve the processes, products and services of the PI Group.
About Andor Technology Ltd.
Andor Technology Ltd. is based in Belfast, Northern Ireland and operates at the high-value end of the global scientific digital camera market. Andor was setup in 1989 out of Queen’s University in Belfast, and now employs over 400 people in 16 offices worldwide and distributes its products to 10,000 customers in 55 countries.
“Our mission is to become the global leader in pioneering and manufacturing high performance light measuring solutions”
The founders of Andor, working in the Physics department of Queen’s University, Belfast, found that the cameras then available were inadequate for their demanding applications, so developed their own. After using them in various imaging and spectroscopic applications they found they were being requested by researchers in other departments in Queen’s and other universities. Andor was formed in 1989 to take advantage of these requirements.
The company has grown organically and is today the fastest growing company manufacturing high performance digital cameras. Along the way they have pioneered the development of high performance cameras.
Andor, acquired Bitplane AG, Zurich, Switzerland, in 2009. Bitplane is the world’s leading interactive microscopy image analysis software company specialising in Medical and Life Sciences. Bitplane’s focus on 3D and 4D imaging complements Andor’s existing business, especially the rapidly growing systems division.
To strengthen the microscopy division further Andor acquired Photonic Instruments, USA, in 2010. Photonic Instruments developed the revolutionary Mosaic and Micropoint products and are the market leaders in fluorescence imaging and laser ablation for Confocal and widefield microscopy.
In January 2014, Oxford Instruments, a leading provider of high-technology tools for industry and research, announced the acquisition of Andor Technology. As a result of this acquisition, Andor will continue to focus on growing their existing core markets and will spearhead Oxford Instruments strategic expansion into the Nano-Bio arena.
1st Non-controller based scientific camera – 1989
1st Permanent Vacuum Sealed Spectroscopy Camera – 1991
1st fully integrated ICCD (Intensified Charged Coupled Device) – 1994
1st EMCCD (Electron Multiplying Charged Coupled Device) – 2001
Scientific CMOS Technology Launch – 2009
The largest Andor facility is based in Belfast, Northern Ireland which is a new, purpose-built 50,000sq. ft premises. The premises include state of the art optical, electronic and mechanical workshops, a 3000sq. ft clean room, vacuum and electronic processing facilities. Andor also maintains Sale and sales support facilities through out the world close to our customers. Please refer to our contact section for your nearest Andor office.
About Ocean Insight Inc.
Ocean Insight delivers application-specific expertise, services and solutions to define and resolve important challenges across multiple industries and disciplines. Because every insight starts with a question.
Ocean Insight, formerly known as Ocean Optics, began as a small group of scientists with a single measurement challenge and today it is a global photonics enterprise, yet it remains grounded in the moment when people, ideas and technology come together to solve a problem.
The invention of the company’s modular spectrometer 25 years ago made spectroscopy portable, inexpensive and accessible. The concept of modular spectroscopy has expanded dramatically and is now being applied to global problems. In some cases Ocean Insight spectrometers act as the primary analytical instrument, in other, they are used to solve just one piece of the puzzle, reflecting the complex nature of science and industry and the need for many different complementary techniques to drive progress.
Delivering Useful Insights
Ocean Insight’s integrated approach to customer needs is called Applied Spectral Knowledge (ASK) – a combination of innovative spectroscopy hardware, software and on-demand data delivery, backed by deep category expertise.
ASK ties the historic strength in product design and development with in-house, cross-functional, category-specific expertise. By drawing from disciplines including systems and software development; optical, mechanical and electrical engineering and industrial design Ocean Insight assembled the capacity to provide intensive customer collaboration on highly precise challenges across many industries.
Ocean Lab Services
Ocean Lab Services is the bridge between helping customers to define their most pressing challenges and providing the tools and insight to solve them.
The dedicated Ocean Lab Services team draws on decades of experience in optical sensing to deliver services ranging from basic feasibility studies to more complex offerings including experimental design, machine learning and consultancy:
Customers benefit from the laser-like focus on new technologies, application consultancy, custom system design, manufacturing expertise and a global service and support network. The dedicated development teams help you bridge the gap from design concept to solution, speeding time to market and delivering important insights.
Edmund Optics® (EO) has been a leading global manufacturer and supplier of optics, imaging, and photonics technology that has served a variety of markets including Life Sciences, Biomedical, Industrial Inspection, Semiconductor, R&D, and Defense since 1942. EO designs and manufactures a wide selection of optical components, multi-element lenses, imaging systems, and optomechanical equipment, while supporting original equipment manufacturer (OEM) applications with volume production of stock and custom products. The company employs over 1.000 employees in more than nine countries across the globe and continues to expand.
EO takes pride in helping customers from prototype to volume production, and specializes in creating cost-effective solutions that meet customer’s specifications, timelines, and budgets. Whether requirements include stock optics, a build-to-print custom optical component, expert application engineering to optimize the design, or a completely custom design to customer-supplied requirements, EO’s engineers can create ideal solutions for each unique optical challenge. Every step of the way, Edmund Optics® is committed to ensuring product and procedural quality.
NKT Photonics is the leading supplier of high-performance fiber lasers, fiber optic sensing systems, and photonic crystal fibers. The main markets are within imaging, sensing and material processing. The products include ultrafast lasers, supercontinuum white light lasers, low noise fiber lasers, distributed temperature sensing systems and a wide range of specialty fibers. NKT Photonics has its headquarters in Denmark with sales and service worldwide. NKT Photonics is wholly owned by NKT A/S.
NKT Photonics have lasers in space and deep under the oceans and their products run in both clean rooms and on oil rigs at sea. They seed the World’s largest laser fusion experiment and power hundreds of the most advanced microscopes on the Globe. The aim of the company is to make a difference in the World and they are involved in projects that will transform the way we live through life-science, renewable energy and the basic understanding of the Universe. With over fifteen years of expertise, IP and experience, NKT Photonics strives to continually be the market leader in everything they do.
Edinburgh Instruments is a global leader in the research, development and manufacturing of state-of-the-art spectroscopic instrumentation for over 50 years. During this time, a worldwide reputation for quality and innovation has been established. Edinburgh Instruments primarily designs and manufactures bespoke spectroscopic systems for various spectroscopy markets including Photoluminescence, Raman, UV-Vis and Transient Absorption.
The company has an extensive global distribution network and has a highly prized reputation for the delivery of high quality, accurate instrumentation together with one to one customer service support.
Founded in 1971 by Professor S. D. Smith OBE FRS, FRSE, FinstP, Edinburgh Instruments Ltd is now one of the world’s largest manufacturers of cutting-edge molecular spectroscopy and gas detection solutions.
They were formed from Heriot-Watt University and were the initial private company on Britain’s original University “Research Park”. They are located on the outskirts of Edinburgh across three sites where we employ over 130 people.
Attolight started off to revolutionise cathodoluminescence (CL): design top of the line CL instruments that deliver superior performance, maximum ease-of-use and make quantitative cathodoluminescence possible. The Company firmly believes in the potential of cathodoluminescence and aims at establishing the technology as a standard in-line inspection method in semiconductor industry.
Attolight is a company with global presence with systems in Europe, Asia, and North America. The Company is headquartered at the EPFL Innovation Park where the Attolab is located as well.
Attolight originally spun-off from EPFL’s laboratory of quantum optoelectronics (LOEQ) in 2007. The company was founded by Jean Berney and Samuel Sonderegger in 2008 who both received a docteur ès sciences title from EPFL.