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Adaptica Enters Into Distribution Agreement with Edmund Optics

Padova, Italy – January 23, 2010:   Adaptica announce that Edmund Optics, the premier provider of optical and imaging components, has become Adaptica’s worldwide distributor for their new Deformable
  Mirror (Pan) and Europa-P product lines.

Edmund Optics will immediately carry one of Adaptica’s new Deformable Mirrors. This Deformable mirror is a 32 actuator, unidirectional, deformable membrane mirror that allows for the quick and accurate modification of incoming wavefronts. By acting actively on the wavefront of optical beams, one can easily enhance the overall quality of an optical system by correcting aberrations caused by the system itself or removing extrernal distrubances. Adaptica’s unique design allows their Deformable Mirrors to be easily integrated into any table top system using standard 1 inch optical mounts, making these mirrors perfect for laboratory setups and OEM applications.

As a leader in developing components and systems for adaptive optics, Adaptica selected Edmund Optics as their distributor due to Edmund Optics’ established global distribution network and strong global
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marketing presence. Starting in January 2010, Edmund Optics will carry the I064, the 32 actuator Deformable Mirror and the Europa P kit in both their catalogue and online store.

About Adaptica:  
Adaptica incorporates the research and innovative technologies developed by a team of researchers at the University of Padua, (Italy) in the fields of optics and optoelectronics. During the course of academic researches and advanced optical designs, the team specialized in the integration of adaptive optics systems, in particular single photon communications with deformable mirrors, non-linear effects and ultra-short pulses.

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