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  • UK Semiconductors Conference 2020

    UK Semiconductors Conference 2020.

    An annual conference on all aspects of semiconductor research.

    8-9th July 2020.

    The Hallam Hall, Sheffield Hallam University.

    Click here for more information.

  • Electron Backscatter Diffraction 2020

    Electron Backscatter Diffraction 2020.

    The annual gathering draws together the whole Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD) community, including leading international research scientists and engineers, early career researchers, and students to highlight the latest developments, from technique development through to applications.

    21st-22nd April 2020.

    The Edge, Sheffield University.

    Click here for more information.

  • UKIVA Machine Vision Conference

    UKIVA Machine Vision Conference.

    Thursday 14th May 2020,

    Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes.

    UKIVA Conference 

  • UK Catalysis Conference 2020

    UK Catalysis Conference 2020.

    The meeting will provide an opportunity for catalytic scientists and engineers from across the UK’s academic and industrial communities to interact and network over the whole spectrum of Catalysis ranging from Organocatalysis, Biocatalysis, Homogenous catalysis and Heterogeneous catalysis.

    7th - 9th January 2020.

    Holywell Park Conference Centre, Loughborough University Science & Enterprise Park, Loughborough.

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  • Photon 2020

    Photon 2020.

    Over four days, Photon participants will have the opportunity to visit exhibitions on the latest in optics and photonics technology, attend lectures from experts in the field, and get up to date with cutting-edge research.

    1st - 4th September 2020.

    East Midland Conference Centre, Nottingham, UK.

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  • Energy Storage Application Note – Water Splitting

    Among the solar fuel technologies, water splitting is a relatively mature technology that uses renewable electricity and water to product H₂. Storing renewable energy as H₂ is a solution for the intermittency problem of solar cells and wind turbines. Moreover, a large amount of H₂ is produced in non-renewable ways every day for important industrial processes. Replacing that H₂ by the H₂ obtained using water splitting would significantly reduce the CO₂ emissions and its impact on the climate.

    Optimisation of complete electromechanical devices.

    CLICK HERE to download the full Water Splitting Application Note.

     

    For further information, application support, demo or quotation requests  please contact us on 01582 764334 or click here to email.

    Lambda Photometrics is a leading UK Distributor of Characterisation, Measurement and Analysis solutions with particular expertise in Electronic/Scientific and Analytical Instrumentation, Laser and Light based products, Optics, Electro-optic Testing, Spectroscopy, Machine Vision, Optical Metrology, Fibre Optics and Microscopy.

  • Catalysis Application Note – CO₂ Hydrogenation

    CO₂ capturing and utilisation technologies have the potential of decreasing the CO₂ emissions that cause climate change. Utilisation of CO₂ also allows to directly recycle the CO₂ produced in the industry to make the process carbon neutral and to produce value-added products (fuels and chemicals). Methanol is an excellent product for CO₂ utilisation, since it is already produced world-wide in large scales to be used as a fuel and a solvent.

    Engineering complex active sites with VSPARTICLE tools

    CLICK HERE to download the full CO₂ Hydrogenation Application Note.

     

    For further information, application support, demo or quotation requests  please contact us on 01582 764334 or click here to email.

    Lambda Photometrics is a leading UK Distributor of Characterisation, Measurement and Analysis solutions with particular expertise in Electronic/Scientific and Analytical Instrumentation, Laser and Light based products, Optics, Electro-optic Testing, Spectroscopy, Machine Vision, Optical Metrology, Fibre Optics and Microscopy.

  • Catalysis Application Note - Fuel Cells Research

    Fuel cells

    Storing electricity into fuels is a promising way to solve the intermittency problem of solar cells and wind turbines. However, in order to start implementing renewable fuels, the conversion process from these fuels back to electricity needs to be carried out efficiently and cheaply. Fuel cells are devises that can convert a great variety of chemical fuels into electricity and can be operated in a wide range of operational conditions (eg. temperatures).  This way, advances in fuel cells research can make renewable fuels a reality, which can play an important role in the energy transition.

    Challenges
    One of the most important components in a fuel cell are the catalysts in the anode and cathode of the fuel cell. The size and composition of these catalysts need to be optimised to overcome common catalyst issues, such as low activity and catalyst poisoning. However, not only the catalyst properties need to be optimised in fuel cells but also the way the catalyst is integrated into the device, which may consist of a gas diffusion layer, catalyst support and a membrane (see illustration below). Proper integration of these components should maximize the ion conduction and mass transport in the catalyst layer. Therefore, in order for fuel cell applications to have an economical and environmental impact on our society, research tools are needed to speed up the optimisation of the catalyst and its integration into a fuel cell device for specific fuels and applications.

    CLICK HERE to download the full Fuel Cells Research Catalysis Application Note.

    For further information, application support, demo or quotation requests  please contact us on 01582 764334 or click here to email.

    Lambda Photometrics is a leading UK Distributor of Characterisation, Measurement and Analysis solutions with particular expertise in Electronic/Scientific and Analytical Instrumentation, Laser and Light based products, Optics, Electro-optic Testing, Spectroscopy, Machine Vision, Optical Metrology, Fibre Optics and Microscopy.

  • New MICRON3D green stereo industrial scanner

    The NEW MICRON3D green stereo industrial scanner will be presented for the first time on the British market during the TCT Show in Birmingham, UK 24-26 September 2019.

    Two detectors, measurement with green LED light, total noise reduction, the ability to perform professional 3D scans independent of changes in external lighting conditions... are the main features of the latest product created by specialists from SMARTTECH3D company. MICRON3D green stereo is a revolutionary optical measuring machine dedicated to modern enterprises.

    The best specialists from the SMARTTECH3D company was working for over two and a half years to create an innovative 3D scanner that, thanks to its properties, perfectly fits into the assumptions of the idea of ​​industry 4.0. It is also a response to the demand from the industrial sector, which expects modern quality control devices. That is why SMARTTECH3D has developed a method of measuring with green LED light with a wavelength of 520nm, which, together with the filters used, reduces the impact of lighting changes on measurements. Thanks to this, we can get results up to 30% better than the traditional method of measuring with white light.

    What additionally distinguishes the MICRON3D green stereo scanner among the offers on the market is the use of high-quality two monochrome detectors, which allows for a more accurate representation of the structure of the scanned surface. Each object is scanned in Stereo Mode: from two independent directions at the same time, and the measurement result is a registered common part. The new projection method included in MICRON3D green stereo - Double Directed Stripes (DDS) means that the light stripes are now projected at each object perpendicularly – as were used in previous models and horizontally which is the novelty. Stereo Mode and DDS projection method technology results in lower uncertainty of scanning results, lower number of errors and noise reduction in scanning results.

    The shockproof carbon-fibre cover is temperature resistant while HAPA filers preserve it from dust.

    The MICRON3D green stereo scanner is dedicated mainly to the industrial sector and thanks to its properties it is ideally suited to quality control or reverse engineering.

    The latest SMARTTECH3D scanner will be presented for the first time on the British market during the TCT Show in Birmingham on September 24th-26th, 2019.

    We also invite you to the official lecture at the TCT Introducing Stage, which will take place on September 25th at 15:00. Our products will also be available at stand number E35.

    For further information, application support, demo or quotation requests  please contact us on 01582 764334 or click here to email.

    About Lambda Photometrics Ltd
    Lambda Photometrics is a leading UK Distributor of Characterisation, Measurement and Analysis solutions with particular expertise in Electronic/Scientific and Analytical Instrumentation, Laser and Light based products, Optics, Electro-optic Testing, Spectroscopy, Machine Vision, Optical Metrology, Fibre Optics and Microscopy.

    About SMARTTECH Ltd
    SMARTTECH3D is a recognised Polish manufacturer of 3D scanners in the world. The company was founded in 2000. The company's offer includes a full range of professional non-contact measuring devices for various applications, quality control, and reverse engineering software. SMARTTECH provides design-implementation services for advanced machine vision systems and 3D measurement services around the world. Satisfied customers include NASA, Boeing, Lufthansa, Orlen, Military Police, KRONES, Central Office of Measures as well as many educational units.

  • Catalysis Application Note - CO2 Electroreduction

    CO2 Electroreduction

    CO2 electroreduction is a promising technology that uses intermittent renewable electricity and CO2 emissions to product fuels (e.g. methanol) and other economically relevant products (e.g. syngas). One of the great promises of this technology is to recycle the CO2 produced by factories, reducing CO2 emissions and its impact to climate change.

    In order for CO2 electroreduction to play a major role in the energy transition, the main components of a CO2 electroreduction device, the electrocatalysts, need to be optimised to produce fuels or chemicals efficiently and selectively.

    CLICK HERE to download the full Catalysis application note.

    For further information, application support, demo or quotation requests  please contact us on 01582 764334 or click here to email.

    Lambda Photometrics is a leading UK Distributor of Characterisation, Measurement and Analysis solutions with particular expertise in Electronic/Scientific and Analytical Instrumentation, Laser and Light based products, Optics, Electro-optic Testing, Spectroscopy, Machine Vision, Optical Metrology, Fibre Optics and Microscopy.

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