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The first part of the book introduces the reader to the basics of sensor principles by describing the components that can be found in all optical sensors. Based on this opto-electronic toolbox, the second part gives numerous examples for optical sensors and their applications.
Überblick über Bauelemente und über ein breites Anwendungsspektrum von der Lichtschranke bis zum hochauflösenden Interferometer zur Oberflächenanalyse. Eignet sich als Einführung in die Technologie der optischen Sensoren, aber auch als Handbuch für erfahrene Praktiker.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
The first part of the book introduces the reader to the basics of sensor principles by describing the components that can be found in all optical sensors. Based on this opto-electronic toolbox, the second part gives numerous examples for optical sensors and their applications.
Überblick über Bauelemente und über ein breites Anwendungsspektrum von der Lichtschranke bis zum hochauflösenden Interferometer zur Oberflächenanalyse. Eignet sich als Einführung in die Technologie der optischen Sensoren, aber auch als Handbuch für erfahrene Praktiker.
Autorenporträt
Jörg Haus obtained his academic degrees from the Physics Department of the University of Giessen, Germany. He then gained more than 10 years of experience in the fields of high-precision metrology and optical sensors. Dr. Haus has been responsible for several research and product development projects in the field of optical sensors. He currently holds the position of product manager for optical microscopes at a German company. Dr. Haus has authored numerous original publications on grating-optical sensors and contributed to Wiley-VCH's 'Encyclopedia of Applied Physics' and 'Optics Encyclopedia'.
Inhaltsangabe
1 Introduction Part I: The Optical Sensor Construction Kit 1. Light Sources 1.1 Important Properties of Light Sources 1.2 Thermal Light Sources 1.3 Line Sources 1.4 Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) 1.5 Lasers 2. Photodetectors 2.1 Photomultipliers 2.2 Photodiodes 2.3 Other Detector Types 2.4 Imaging Detectors 2.5 Detector Noise 3. Optical Elements 3.1 Optical Materials 3.2 Mirrors and Lenses 3.3 Dispersive Elements: Prisms and Gratings 3.4 Filters 3.5 Polarizers 3.6 Optical Fibres 3.7 Modulators Part II: Optical Sensors and their Applications 1. Eyes: The Examples of Nature 1.1 The Compound Eyes of Insects 1.2 The Human Eye 2. Optical Sensor Concepts 2.1 Switches 2.1.1 Light Barriers 2.1.2 Rain Sensor 2.2 Spatial Dimensions 2.2.1 Distance 2.2.2 Displacement 2.2.3 Volocity 2.2.4 Angular Velocity 2.3 Strain 2.4 Temperature 2.5 Species Determination and Concentration 2.5.1 Spectrometry 2.5.2 Polarimetry 2.5.3 Refractometry 2.5.4 Particle Density and Number 2.6 Surface Profile 2.6.1 Chromatic
confocal Sensors 2.6.2 Conoscopic Holography 2.6.3 White
light Interferometry 2.6.4 Near
field Optical Microscopy 2.6.5 Contouring: Structured
light Techniques 2.7 Deformation and Vibration Analysis 2.7.1 Laser Vibrometers 2.7.2 Speckle
pattern Interferometry 2.7.3 Holographic Interferometry 2.8 Wavefront Sensing and Adaptive Optics 2.9 Determination of the Sun Angle 2.10 Determination of Age References Glossary