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Electro-optic phase modulators for 850nm to 950nm

Electro-optic phase modulators for 850nm to 950nm
LASER COMPONENTS has introduced two new ranges of phase modulators from iXblue specially designed to operate from 850nm to 950nm. One is a range of intensity modulators and the other phase modulators. The NIR-MX950 and NIR-MPX950 series are both available with various modulation bandwidths, from low frequency to 20 GHz and beyond.
20th November 2017

Laser diode modules for use in Raman spectroscopy

Laser diode modules for use in Raman spectroscopy
Featuring two narrow linewidth sources for use in Raman spectroscopy and SERDs applications, LASER COMPONENTS has introduced a new range of laser diode modules. Two devices are available, one featuring 784.5nm (600mW) and 785.5nm (600mW) sources and another featuring 785nm (600mW) and 1,064nm (600mW).
7th November 2017

The world's shortest laser pulse

The world's shortest laser pulse
In order to fully understand the dynamics during a chemical reaction, scientists must be able to study all movements of atoms and molecules on their basic time scale. Molecules rotate in the range of picoseconds (10-12 s), their atoms vibrate in the range of femtoseconds (10‑15 s), and the electrons move in the range of attoseconds (10-18 s). ETH professor Hans Jakob Wörner and his group have now succeeded in generating the world's shortest laser pulse with a duration of only 43 attoseconds.
27th October 2017


Red laser modules suitable for hand-held presentation remotes

Red laser modules suitable for hand-held presentation remotes
  LASER COMPONENTS’ range of low cost red laser modules are suitable for pointing applications where a small, eye-safe laser is required. The LC-LMD series of lasers are designed to operate on 3VDC and feature mounting pins suitable for either PCBs or soldering external wires to them.
27th October 2017

Quality of pulsed laser diodes meets highest demands

Quality of pulsed laser diodes meets highest demands
LASER COMPONENTS has announced that the first of its products has achieved qualification for use in the automotive industry. Pulsed Laser Diodes (PLD) with a wavelength of 905nm are key components for the LiDAR technology (Light Detection and Ranging) used in autonomous driving. In the interests of safety and technological excellence, the automotive industry demands the highest quality standards from their suppliers – including those delivering electronic components.
24th October 2017

STRAIGHTliner FAR: latest laser alignment of over 200m

STRAIGHTliner FAR: latest laser alignment of over 200m
To compliment the STRAIGHTliner range of laser alignment systems, LASER COMPONENTS has introduced the newest sibling in the family; the STRAIGHTliner FAR long-range laser alignment system. The STRAIGHTliner FAR has been designed to assist with the alignment of components and machinery over distances beyond the 10m barrier where most alignment systems stop.
23rd October 2017

A miniature laser-like device for surface plasmons

A miniature laser-like device for surface plasmons
  When light is confined between two partially reflecting mirrors and amplified by some material in between them, the resulting beam can be extremely bright and of a single colour. This is the working principle of the laser, a tool used in all areas of modern life from the DVD player to the operating theatre.
17th October 2017

Laser technologies drive semiconductor manufacturing

Laser technologies drive semiconductor manufacturing
Today a wide variety of laser technologies is available to semiconductor manufacturers and enables the development of innovative semiconductor manufacturing processes. According to Yole Développement (Yole), the laser equipment market will grow at a 15% CAGR between 2016 and 2022 and should reach more than $4bn by 2022 (excluding marking). Those figures are showing the massive adoption of laser technologies for semiconductor manufacturing processes.
17th October 2017

Laser colour-marking system prints nanometric codes on products

Laser colour-marking system prints nanometric codes on products
Founded in 2006 in the city of Campinas, São Paulo State, Brazil, BR Labs began by developing lasers for universities and research institutions. The startup was a spinoff from the University of Campinas (UNICAMP) and the Center for Research into Optics and Photonics (CePOF), one of FAPESP’s Research, Innovation and Dissemination Centers (RIDCs).
12th October 2017

Pulsed Erbium fibre laser suitable for 3D scanning

Pulsed Erbium fibre laser suitable for 3D scanning
The uptake of fibre lasers in manufacturing and mass production has also lead to their use in a range of new applications, pushing the limits of existing lasers and making new demands, particularly for higher repetition rates and shorter pulse durations. LASER COMPONENTS has introduced a new platform to the Keopsys range of pulsed Erbium fibre lasers to fit this new market, the PK50.
4th October 2017


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