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A new addition to the axiom range of high power CW lasers, incorporating all the active optics within the laser head — ideal for:
Now available from IL Photonics:
1550 nm, 500 mW CW DPSS laser (Er:Glass), TEM00, small M2, very stable.
Laser Quantum’s new helixx is a femtosecond, variable wavelength laser, adjustable from 720 to 920 nm via a simple touch-screen panel. With a repetition rate of 250 MHz, the helixx is unique in the market and an ideal laser for two photon microscopy.
The revised Ultrafast Lasers for Industrial and Scientific Applications catalog for 2019 is now available from Light Conversion. Download a copy now or ask us to send you a hard copy in the mail.
Learn about the CO2 laser application PRAXIS for near earth Satellites (using phase shift interferometry), using the AL50-S-WCCL laser, available from Access Laser.
Features of this laser include:
Light Conversion released a new video showing their new headquarters and products.
CO2 lasers from Access Laser function as gas sensors based on photoacoustic spectroscopy principles, using wavelength tunability over the molecular fingerprint region (~1110–875 cm-1). This technique is explained in CO2 Laser — Optimisation and Application.
The venteon boost oscillator is the optimized version of the venteon power. It provides an average output power of >900 mW, corresponding to a pulse energy of >11 nJ at 80 MHz repetition rate. This represents the highest values delivered by any venteon oscillator. The venteon boost delivers a measured pulse duration of <12 fs and a Fourier-limited pulse duration of <10 fs. Available from Laser Quantum.
IL Photonics now represents greateyes in Israel!
greateyes offers a series of high-performance, cooled, full-frame CCD cameras for imaging and spectroscopy in the X-ray, EUV, VUV, UV, VIS and NIR ranges. The cameras combine scientific, highly sensitive CCD sensors and ultra-low noise electronics for optimal detection of weak signals and measurements with high dynamic range. They can be used as detectors for a broad range of applications in the industrial and scientific community.
Read a new white paper about a new application of diffractive optics to laser welding, published in PhotonicsViews magazine. Two Holo/Or developers are among the authors.