At Perdix we have adequate computing resources to allow any proposed computer modeling, including National Instruments Labview, Matlab, Simulink, and MathCad software. Additionally, we have Zemax raytracing software and a proprietary in-house physical optical modeling package. For temperature testing between -30 to +120 degrees C, we have an Instec temperature controlled stage, an Olympus BH2-BHSP polarized microscope for transmitted light studies and an Olympus BH2-BHM microscope for reflected light studies using the Nomarski technique. For birefringent light studies we have Berek, Sernamont, and quartz wedge compensators. We also have oscilloscopes, HV power supplies, He-Ne lasers, visible and infrared diode lasers, Quadtech digital capacitance meters, and Sheldon temperature-controlled vacuum oven. We also have an optical workbenchs, optical breadboards, and large selection of optics, fiber optics and optomechanical hardware.


For optical device manufacturing, we have an Esco clean-flow hood with ulpa air filter mounted over a vibration-isolated optical workbench. For temperature testing we have a Delta 9039 environmental test station that allows us to temperature test components from -180 to 200 degrees C. We are also completing fabrication of a low temperature, low vibration test chamber that we will use to test component optical performance between -180 to 20 degrees C. In addition to our Perdix Inc. facilities, we are an associate member of the Colorado Advanced Photonics Technology Center.