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PLX’s new capabilities video, “Transforming Optical Structure Technology Through Innovative System Integration,” covers PLX’s rise as a major optical engineering innovator and its contributions to the Defense, Space, and commercial fields.
Read the article about how PLX retroreflectors and LHTRs help to keep the emitter and telescope of the ATLAS program perfectly aligned. The article was published in LASER COMPONENTS Photonics News Magazine - Issue 88.
Itai Vishnia, PLX CEO, recently presented “Transforming Space Optics by Integrating Innovative Monolithic Optical Systems" at the EPIC (EUROPEAN PHOTONICS INDUSTRY CONSORTIUM) meeting on New Space at the European Space Agency in the Netherlands. The conference brought together some of the world’s leading companies and experts, to cover key priorities for the “New Space Roadmap.”
Recently presented at the EPIC World Photonics Technology Summit 2019 Berlin Germany,(EPIC - EUROPEAN PHOTONICS INDUSTRY CONSORTIUM), by Itai Vishnia, CEO PLX Inc. The event gathers 150 experts and leaders from industrial companies around the world to discuss photonics technology developments, applications, and challenges.
PLX Hollow Roof Mirrors (HRMs) are ideal for redirecting light in one coordinate and any application where a roof top or Porro prism can be used. Useful in all wavelengths, they are available in different accuracies, coatings, and configurations.
PLX has manufactured stainless steel hollow retroreflectors, which can withstand temperatures up to 800 degrees F. These are mounted inside the stacks of coal power plants in programs designed to measure the content of emissions from the plant.