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opus1064 replaces ventus1064

As part of Laser Quantum’s continuous improvement program, the opus1064 wavelength range has been extended and now covers 500 mW to 10W. The opus incorporates automated power control, enhanced optical performance, the latest firmware and software as well as the standard features such as thermal management and remote access. As a result the ventus1064 is now … Continue reading

January 20, 2019 Blog, Lasers

New Tornos Micro Isolator from EOT

Finally – a Micro isolator you can use! Electro-Optics Technology (EOT) introduces the Tornos Series Compact 520 nm – 810 nm Optical Isolators, which feature industry-leading size and performance. The TORNOS Micro has a 4 mm cube form factor, >90% transmission, >30 dB isolation, and easily fits inside a standard butterfly package. The TORNOS Micro … Continue reading

January 17, 2019 Blog, Optics

PRAXIS Application for AL50-S-WCCL Laser

While many nations don’t have large space programs, most economic zones participate in a centralized, multi-national group for launching and maintaining satellites (such as the European Space Agency). These near-earth satellites, and especially deep space probes (Deep Space 1 – NASA & SMART 1 – ESA), heavily rely on plasma thrusters for navigation during their missions. One of the best … Continue reading

January 16, 2019 Blog, Lasers

Field of View (FOV) Magnification Modules

Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality, Autonomous Cars and Medicine are just a sample of the applications which require projection of patterns with very large angles for 3D sensing (Standard Beam Splitters, Random MultiSpot, Dot Generators, Multi-Lines, Homogenizers, Multi-Rings or other custom pattern). HOLO/OR offers high-angle magnification modules, suitable for all wavelengths and made from Polycarbonate … Continue reading

January 16, 2019 Blog, Optics

Optical Trapping with opus 1064

Introducing the newest optical trapping animation from Laser Quantum, a world-class continuous wave and ultrafast laser manufacturer based in Stockport, UK. This animation demonstrates how to achieve the best results from your optical trapping set-up. Traps are microscope based, and a tightly focussed laser beam is required to give the smallest possible cross-sectional area for … Continue reading

January 16, 2019 Blog, Lasers