With an extremely compact and self-contained design, the Nanosecond Laser modules from Integrated Optics are ideally suited to a wide range of OEM applications. This blog post provides an overview of the Nanosecond Lasers, highlighting their benefits and key applications.
- Wavelength: 514.5nm & 1029nm
- High pulse energy
- Single longitudinal mode
- Compact, self-contained package
- USB power and control
- Superb pulse-to-pulse stability
- Low jitter
Nanosecond Pulsed Lasers – A Compact and Self-Contained Design
Available at wavelengths of 514.5nm or 1029nm, Nanosecond Laser modules operate with excellent pulse-to-pulse stability, extremely stable harmonic generation and very low jitter ensuring consistency of results. The series is available in a range of output powers and line-width options.
Based on the innovative MatchBox2 platform, with intelligent power electronics, the compact self-contained Nanosecond Lasers include USB power and USB control, intelligent monitoring and protection. High pulse energy and a compact package make these lasers suitable for various applications such as light-induced breakdown spectroscopy.
High peak power and short pulse duration lasers are based on passive Q-Switch laser technology, which has the benefit of fixed pulse energy. This is very convenient for a variety of applications ranging from material processing to LiDAR.
The high pulse energy and pulse-on-demand operation make the Nanosecond Lasers suitable for sorting, illumination, and pump-probe spectroscopy applications along with LIDAR, Lasers Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS), flow cytometry and Raman spectroscopy applications.
Other potential applications include:
- Pumping of Ti: Sapphire lasers
- Raman shift excitation in H2 filled fibers
- Supercontinuum generation
- Deep UV generation
Integrated Optics is an ISO9001-2015 certified laser module designer and manufacturer. The company operates its own clean room and a unique semi-automated assembly method for manufacturing its laser modules. Its compact and efficient electronics and know-how, enable its innovative compact laser module platforms.
What ProPhotonix offers
ProPhotonix has over two decades of experience in laser technology. If the standard Nanosecond lasers do not meet your specifications, ProPhotonix can work with Integrated Optics to develop a custom solution for you. ProPhotonix has the expertise to support you in developing a customized laser based on an existing platform or a completely custom solution to meet your specific application needs. When you work with ProPhotonix, you will have our extensive expertise and experience at your disposal to help you meet your targets.