In research and industry OWIS® beam handling systems are standard in every laboratory. The system installation kits allow the experimenter to provide test setups within shortest time.
As initial equipment, the OWIS® starter kits "Mechanics" and "Optics" have been available for several years. These contain the most frequently needed mechanical or optical components in a transport and storage case.
In order to meet the requirements especially of institutes, universities and colleges, the OWISets PRAK were compiled for experimental setups.
All three sets base on standard components of the proven beam handling system SYS 65 and are available since February 2015.
Particularly in training and further education the high-quality and sturdy OWISets PRAK can contribute to achieve a skilled handling of optics as well as to gather experience in transforming physical formulas into practice.
The OWISets PRAK are available for the following applications:
- Determination of different focus lengths
- Diffraction at a grid (extension set)
- Mach-Zehnder interferometer
The advantage: With just one set all required OWIS® components are available quickly and easily for the desired experimental setup.
For implementation of specific setups, the OWISets can be individually configured or adapted. The sets are expandable and can be combined arbitrarily with other OWIS® components. The handling is as simple as ever. Like all other OWIS® components the OWISets PRAK are "Made in Germany".
About OWIS GmbH
The company OWIS GmbH was founded in 1980 and is headquartered in Staufen near Freiburg, in the southwest of Germany. The medium-sized family-owned enterprise with about 50 employees offers worldwide optical beam handling systems as well as standard and application-specific positioning systems. With an own development and an ultra-modern manufacturing “Made in Germany” OWIS® is a global leading manufacturer of these systems.
OWIS® products are at home everywhere: in life sciences, in information technology and communications, image processing and mechanical engineering as well as in many other branches.