Yokogawa Electric Corporation
Test and Measurement Instrumentation
An Optical Spectrum Analyzer (or OSA) is a precision instrument designed to measure and display the distribution of power of an optical source over a specified wavelength span. An OSA trace displays power in the vertical scale and the wavelength in the horizontal scale.
The expanding field of optics related applications has created a vast variety of industries and organizations that require advanced optical spectral measurements for both R&D and manufacturing. These industries include telecommunications, consumer electronics, healthcare, life science/medical research, security, sensing, microscopy, and gas/chemical analysis, and environmental monitoring.
Yokogawa (formerly Ando) is the global leader in optical spectrum analyzers, delivering high quality, cutting edge technology with dependability, performance and flexibility for over thirty years.
- Optical Instrumentation
Optical Spectrum Analyers
- Spectrum Analyzers
AQ6360 Telecom Optical Spectrum Analyzer
The AQ6360 satisfies the typical measurement needs of industrial manufacturing of telecom devices such as lasers,optical transceivers and optical amplifiers.
Wavelength range: 1200 to 1650 nm
Wavelength resolution: 0.1 to 2 nm
AQ6373 Optical Spectrum Analyzer
300 to 1200 nm, Designed to out-perform in optical measurements taken in VIS (visible) and NIR (near infrared) regions.
AQ6370D Optical Spectrum Analyzer
600 to 1700 nm, ideal for the characterization and test of optical components and systems used in the tele-communications Industry.
AQ6373B Optical Spectrum Analyzer
350 to 1200 nm, Designed to out-perform in optical measurements taken in VIS (visible) and NIR (near infrared) regions.
AQ6374 Optical Spectrum Analyzer
The only analyzer on the market that is capable of evaluating and analyzing both the visible light wavelengths and the wavelengths used in optical communications.
AQ6375B Optical Spectrum Analyzer
1200 to 2400 nm, detection and precise characterization of signals emitted in the exNIR (extended Near InfraRed) and SWIR (Short-Wavelength InfraRed) regions.