Brian Reece Scientific Ltd with Schott Fiber Optics at Microscience exhibition

In addition to Schott’s highly efficient KL light sources and extensive range of light guides and accessories the company will be showing high resolution, high sensitivity cameras both analogue and digital for photo micrography.

Also on display will be instruments for simple on-screen measurement, video overlay, image enhancement and processing.Fiber Optics (EF) is a Businesss Segment of Schott Glas and belongs to the Strategic Busi-ness Unit Opto-Electronics , one of five busi-nesses of the Schott Group.The Business Segment EF employs 900 peo-ple and has six own manufacturing facilities in five countries: Fiber Optics Division Mainz (Germany; Headquarter of the Business Seg-ment), Schott Fibre Optics UK (Doncaster/UK), Schott-Fostec, LLC. (Auburn, NY, USA), Schott Fiber Optics, Inc. (Southbridge, MA, USA), STV Glass a.s. (Valašské Mezirící, Czech Re-publik), Hoya-Schott Corporation (Tokyo, Ja-pan).

600450 Brian Reece Scientific Ltd with Schott Fiber Optics at Microscience exhibition
Date: 20 June 2002
Source: Schott

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