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  Custom Fiber Optic Assemblies

 

Prizmatix offers custom fiber optic bundles and patchcords for the medical, spectroscopy, semiconductor, military, microscopy, and machine vision markets.

In order to produce best bundle, several parameters should be taken into consideration: packing efficiency, core to cladding to buffer ratio, numerical aperture and fiber transmission. We can construct fiber bundles with any fiber of your choice. The bundle can be connectorized to any standard connectors or custom ferrules. We have in house design and production of non standard parts and adaptors.

We have extensive experience in development of fiber optic bundles for in-vivo and clinical applications. These bundles should be constructed using only certified biocompatible materials including fibers and adhesives. The materials meet ISO 10993 and/or USP class IV standards. The bundles withstand Ethylene Oxide (EtO) and Gamma sterilization.
The biocompatibility certificates and documentation of the special materials are readily available from us, so you will easily get Helsinki approval for your clinical study.

We have a specific expertise in constructing bundles for spectroscopy and spectrofluorometry. Our bundles will improve your spectral resolution and signal to noise ratio by converting round-packed fibers or fiber bundles into a slit-like column of fibers.


 Applications

  • In-vivo fluorescence spectroscopy
  • Spectroscopy
  • Sensors
  • Laser delivery
  • Raman scattering
  • Monitoring
  • Quality control and inspection systems
  • Photodynamic therapy
  • Fluorescence excitation
  • Analytical instruments
  • Laser diode pigtailing
  • Chemical analysis
  • Microscope illumination
  • Remote illumination

 Examples of our products

 Example A

Fiber bundle for measurement of skin fluorescence in-vivo by utilizing standard desktop spectrofluorometer. At the distal tip the excitation fiber is surrounded by multiple collection fibers in order to increase collection efficiency. The fibers confined into a thin stainless tube which glued inside the transparent cylinder. This arrangement enables convenient and easy placement of the fibers perpendicular to the skin surface. The proximal end of the fiber bundle consists of two branches.

The excitation branch comprises the excitation fiber that should be connected to LED light source by SMA connector. The collection branch consists of collection fibers arranged in line to fit the spectrofluorometer collection slit. The fibers fixed into special adaptor that can be easily inserted into a cuvette holder of the spectrofluorometer.

 Example B

Fiber bundle for measurement of tissue fluorescence in-vitro by utilizing standard desktop spectrofluorometer.
At the distal tip the excitation fiber is surrounded by multiple collection fibers in order to increase collection efficiency. The fibers confined into a thin stainless tube which glued inside the holding cylinder.
This arrangement enables convenient fixation of the distal tip in micromanipulator. The proximal end of the fiber bundle consists of two branches. The excitation branch comprises the excitation fiber that should be connected to laser diode light source by SMA connector. The collection branch consists of collection fibers arranged in line to fit the spectrofluorometer collection slit. The fibers fixed into standard SMA connector that should be connected to a specially designed adaptor that replace the cuvette holder of the spectrofluorometer.

 Example C

Fiber bundle for multi parametric measurements from small animal's brain in-vivo. This probe was designed for optical measurements of fluorescence and reflection in several wavelengths. Additionally is incorporates several fine tubing and electrical electrodes for measurement of several non optical parameters such as ion concentration, pH and Electrocephalogram.

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