Leading the way in optical interferometer-based instrumentation.
Bristol Instruments is a world leader in optical interferometer-based instrumentation. Its proven Michelson interferometer and Fizeau etalon
technologies ensure that its products provide reliably accurate measurements for scientists and engineers who are involved in scientific
research, fiber communications, and optical metrology. Bristol's flagship products accurately characterize the wavelength...
Bristol Instruments offers a variety of optical interferometer-based products for scientists and engineers who are interested in Laser Spectral Characterization, WDM Wavelength Testing, or Non-Contact Thickness Measurement. Wavelength meters and spectrum analyzers are available to characterize CW and pulsed lasers that operate from the visible to the mid-IR. The wavelength of WDM lasers and WDM signals can be measured with a family of...Read More
Bristol Instruments, Inc., located near Rochester, NY, was founded in 2005 by three technical and marketing leaders of the now-defunct
Burleigh Instruments. Together, this group has over 75 years of combined experience in the design, manufacture, and marketing of lasers
and precision test instruments used in basic and applied research, engineering, and production test applications...
October 13-15, 2015
Booth # 1106
Joseph A. Floreano Rochester Convention Center
December 2-3, 2015
Booth # 1021
San Jose McEnery Convention Center
San Jose, CA
September 29, 2015 - Bristol Instruments Extends Its Capability in the Mid-IR
Bristol Instruments, Inc., the leader in laser wavelength measurement technology, has announced the expanded capability of its popular 621 Series Laser Wavelength Meter and 771 Series Laser Spectrum Analyzer.
August 26, 2015 - Bristol Instruments Introduces the Fastest Wavelength Measurement for WDM Testing Applications
Bristol Instruments, Inc., the leader in laser wavelength measurement technology, has set a new standard for WDM wavelength testing with the introduction of the 828B Optical Wavelength Meter.