October 2013

October 2013

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Links to​​ Topics(English):

 

Lasers

Cameras

Spectroscopy

Optics

Displacement sensors​​ 

Vibration Isolation

 

​​ Lasers

 

Www.leukos-systems.com​​ ,

 

manufacturer of​​ Supercontinuum (white) fiber lasers, with

superb UV and blue emission,

spectral range from 320nm up to 2800nm,

Lab-Type and OEM, is now promoted in Israel by IL Photonics.  Leuko’s portfolio includes​​ 

Supercontinuum laser sources,​​ 

broadband tunable laser,

fiber delay line,​​ 

optical systems

 

 

 

 

 

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CEO/CEP​​ stabilization​​ of Ti:sapphire femtosecond lasers without AOM

The carrier-envelope offset frequency and phase of a Ti:sapphire femtosecond laser can be​​ stabilized​​ by directly feeding back to and controlling the output power of the pump laser. The traditional set up employs an acousto-optic modulator (AOM) in the pump beam, but the recently launched​​ finesse pure CEP​​ (Patent pending) from Laser Quantum shows a matching performance to the traditional method (~100 mrad integrated phase noise) but has potential for massive improvement due to the enhanced available modulation bandwidth compared to AOMs (hundreds of kHz versus tens of kHz). Learn more with the whitepaper​​ CEO/CEP​​ stabilization​​ of Ti:sapphire femtosecond lasers without AOM.

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opus 660nm 1.5W low noise DPSS laser

Already leading the industry for high power red DPSS lasers, by popular demand, Laser Quantum has added a 660nm option to our opus range. The​​ opus 660​​ complements​​ our existing 50-1,000mW offering the ignis platform, but increases the maximum power to 1.5W. Noise remains at a very low 0.6% rms, making this the ideal choice for high throughput fluorescence and cytometry applications, where the market is demanding the ability to obtain ever faster measurements with minimal variation. The technology also lends itself to large area Raman imaging, SERS and super resolution microscopy.

 

QCL lasers​​ in a wide spectral range available from IL Photonics

 

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​​ Cameras