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Posted: November 6, 2009
Ocean Optics Launches Dedicated OEM Website
(Nanowerk News) To augment its dedicated OEM engineering resources, Ocean Optics, an industry leader in miniature photonics, has launched www.OceanOEM.com, devoted to the needs of its OEM customers. The new site offers product, application and engineering information geared specifically to the makers of analytical equipment requiring optical and oxygen sensing components.
Ocean Optics offers a variety of spectrometer models, custom photometric solutions, light sources, sample holders, and optical fibers for OEM applications. The OEM Engineering Team has assisted OEMS in medical, process manufacturing, environmental, agricultural, life science, laboratory, pharmaceutical, metrology, semiconductor and forensics applications with the development of both components and entire systems.
At www.OceanOEM.com, customers can browse only the products and content relevant to their OEM mechanical, software, optical, or electronic integration needs. The site’s Resource section serves up manuals, datasheets, engineering drawings, and educational articles.
“Our modular product design and engineering expertise have enabled us to develop more than 130,000 unique customer solutions,” explained Bob Kearton, Director of the OEM Business Unit. “Ocean Optics’ OEM services have long been an under-marketed asset. We’ve built an incredible knowledge base that allows us to provide time- and cost-effective answers to even the most challenging OEM problems. With the launch of this web site, we convey the real value and solutions driven approach offered to OEM accounts.”
Headquartered in Dunedin, Fla., Ocean Optics is a leading supplier of solutions for optical sensing – fundamental methods of measuring and interpreting the interaction of light with matter. With locations in Asia and Europe, the company has sold more than 120,000 spectrometers worldwide since 1992. Ocean Optics’ extensive line of complementary technologies includes chemical sensors, analytical instrumentation, optical fibers, metrology products and optics. The company is a subsidiary of Halma p.l.c., an international market leader in safety, health and sensor technology.