February 2008

February 2008

New – Products


Small intensified CCD or CMOS.


OEM Cameras C-MOS and CCD.



Color glass, straight from the manufacturer in China.



Laser Beam-Profiler 



Super Luminescent Diodes



Spectrometer for measuring pulsed light sources



Small Q-switched laser for 355nm, 523nm and 1064nm

As in http://new.impex-hightech.de/index.php?page=//laser/355_q_laser.html



More News


Application notes on UV lasers in marking:


  • Sapphire-Scribing
  • Nickel-Texturing
  • Plastics-Marking
  • Organics & Oxides-Photo ablation of organics and oxides from metals and composites
  • PP, POM, TPU & PBT-Marking
  • Silicon Carbide & Ceramic-Marking
  • Metals-Marking
  • Electrical Switches-Marking
  • Kapton & Polyimide-Soft Mark
  • ITO-Removal
  • Plastic Tubing-Direct Marking
  • Copper & Gold-Thin film cutting


Featured Company


Impex High-tech GmbH offers you a wide range of products in the fields of optics, crystals and lasers. The core business of the company is the growth of Sapphire material for domes, high pressure tubes, high temperature windows and other optics made from this unique material. Other optical materials like laser crystals can be grown as well and are used in the company’s own laser developments. The ability to diffusion bond laser crystals like Nd:YAG to saturable absorber material like Cr4+:YAG is used in the main laser products, which results in monolithic and highly reliable pulsed laser systems for the industry and research.


Sapphire (Domes, Windows, Capillaries)


Crystals (Nd:YAG, Er:YAG, Alexandrite,  Cr:YAG, etc..).


Lasers Q-switched, CW SM and MM


If not advised otherwise the prices are DDP, Israel and don’t include 15.5% VAT, Ask for a quote on any product.

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511 Hashita, Beit Shemesh 99552, Israel.

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