collimate

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make or place parallel to something

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adjust the line of sight of (an optical instrument)

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Pranalytica is also supplying its customers a specially modified version of the high-power QCL for operation at cryogenic temperatures, where the Pranalytica QCLs provide in excess of 6 watts of continuous wave collimated power output.
The company has developed a catheter-based ablation platform employing Low-Intensity Collimated Ultrasound (LICU(TM)).
A beam of cold neutrons is polarized and collimated before it passes through a detection chamber with alternating electron and proton detectors.
The tradeoff by going to collimated displays is that we can't cover as much field of view," he added.
A faster technique is "simultaneous" welding, in which the laser beam is collimated into a line or curve so it can expose an entire joint at once.
2 meters long, hides several layers of magnetic shielding Within this cocoon, a small oven at one end gently heats up cesium metal to release cesium atoms, which are collimated into a narrow beam only I millimeter wide.
Pranalytica is also supplying to its customers a specially modified version of the high-power QCL for operation at cryogenic temperatures, where the Pranalytica QCLs provide in excess of 4 W of continuous wave collimated power output.
Limited Tenders are invited for Collimated Laser Source
The unit offers the highest Level D fidelity utilizing a collimated visual system that allows for multi-dimensional viewing.
The lens is telecentric and has collimated profile illumination that matches the aperture of the optics over its l0x range.
The TRXRF method directs a collimated beam from an x-ray tube onto a sample below the critical angle, resulting in a total reflection of the x-rays and their excitation levels off the surface of the sample.
Hayes expects that improvements in the alignment and positioning of the glass fibers alone could increase the intensity of a collimated X-ray beam by an additional factor or six.
This optical rectangle is then collimated by a cylindrical lens, such that the rectangle illuminates objects of interest at various distances from the source.