Optomechanics 2.0

3DOptix innovative optical components and mounting platforms enable advanced optomechanical functions and significantly simplify alignment work.


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Accelerate workflow and maximize productivity with Moku:Lab, a compact and powerful software-reconfigurable test and measurement platform with an industry-leading user experience.


We offer a wide range of optical sensing technologies from bulk-order, pocket-size sensors for consumer products, to customized spectroscopy systems for researchers and manufacturers.


Spectrometers are at the heart of an analysis system. We have systems ranging from portable units the size of a deck of cards, to complex systems built for research institutions, to units designed for space travel.

Laser-Induced Breakdown Systems

LIBS can be used for depth profiling materials, elemental surface mapping, or even bulk property analysis.

Photoacoustic Gas Spectroscopy Systems

Conduct trace gas analysis to identify a range of hydrocarbon, pollutant, industrial, and medical gases.

Probes and Fiber

Need a new probe for your system?

Raman Systems

Raman spectroscopy is essential for measuring the molecular composition of a sample. In the lab or in industrial settings, Raman can be used for reaction monitoring, sample identification, and monitoring dynamic changes during processes.

Atomic Force Microscopy

AFM provides a variety of atomic-level (10nm) characterizations such as topography, conductivity, elasticity, adhesion, frictional forces, thermal measurements, and hardness.

Lasers and Light Sources

Building a new spectroscopy system and need a new laser or light source?


Are you searching for a new photodetector? 

Flash Photonics brings the most innovative new spectroscopic products to the North American marketplace.

Our Partners

From gas measurements in the mid-infrared to fluorescence measurements in the ultraviolet, we have experience in nearly all types of spectroscopic measurements.


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