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Holograms and lasers identify aerosol particles

Holograms and lasers identify aerosol particles
Holographic images of free-flowing air particles may help climate change and biological weapons watchdogs better monitor the atmosphere, according to a recent Kansas State University study. Principle investigator Matthew Berg, associate professor of physics, said the study, published in Nature's Scientific Reports, is key to understanding the aerosol composition of Earth's atmosphere.
4th October 2017

Pulsed laser dioes meet high automotive demands

Pulsed laser dioes meet high automotive 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.
22nd September 2017

Real-time laser beam analysis allows for on-site monitoring

Real-time laser beam analysis allows for on-site monitoring
Slight changes in the beam profile of high-power laser systems can cause severe consequences. The Beam Waist Analyser Monitor (BWA-MON) by Haas Laser Technologies provides users with continuous real-time data covering the entire laser beam profile. Mistakes are detected as they happen and can be fixed before damage occurs. The BWA-MON is the only monitoring system without any moving parts.
11th September 2017


New technology increases laser welding productivity

New technology increases laser welding productivity
The drive for creation of a suite of new features and capabilities from Prima Power Laserdyne called SmartTechniques has been provided by the availability of high power fibre lasers. This new technology increases the productivity, quality and capability in laser welding as well as in laser cutting and drilling. Both the CW (continuous wave) and QCW (quasi-continuous wave) sources provide a combination of wavelength, beam quality, and power to make existing processes better and/or faster.
24th August 2017

Holographic production method supports infrared materials

Holographic production method supports infrared materials
Using a holographic production method allows for the use of a wide range of infrared materials which do not lend them self to the ruling production process. An interferometrically generated interference pattern is produced from monochromatic light and exposed onto the chosen substrate. Once developed, the resist has a regular sinusoidal profile that is vacuum aluminised at an oblique angle to create the array of parallel conductors.
18th August 2017

Laser Components acquires distribution rights from Coherent Solutions

Laser Components acquires distribution rights from Coherent Solutions
LASER COMPONENTS has announced new distribution rights to products from Coherent Solutions for pulse measurement and modular test and measurement equipment. The modular test platform provides a cost effective, scalable and flexible solution,suitable for both production and R&D environments. Each function required for anoptical test, for example tuneable lasers, VOA, and detector, comes on a separate‚ Blade‘. Blades are fitted into a chassis and controlled by the same software interface.
16th August 2017

Introducing the IR emitters from Helioworks

Introducing the IR emitters from Helioworks
LASER COMPONENTS has a long partnership with Helioworks, a world leading manufacturer of infra-red emitters. Helioworks manufactures a unique range of steady state black body emitters in industry standard TO packages. Using Kanthal (FeCrAl alloy) filaments with an emissivity of 0.7 and proprietary assembly techniques, these emitters operate at 900ºC in steady state mode consuming 2.4 Watts at 1.4 Volts maximum and 1.75 Amps into 0.8 Ohms.
16th August 2017

Terahertz laser could be used for chemical detection

Terahertz laser could be used for chemical detection
For more than 20 years, Qing Hu, a distinguished professor of electrical engineering and computer science at MIT, and his group have been working on sources of terahertz radiation that can be etched onto microchips. In the latest issue of Nature Photonics, members of Hu’s group and colleagues at Sandia National Laboratories and the University of Toronto describe a novel design that boosts the power output of chip-mounted terahertz lasers by 80%.
11th August 2017

Infrared laser to be at the heart of the industry in coming years

Manufacturers are looking for new opportunities to increase their revenues and margins. In this context, the IR LED market is perceived as a potential new ‘blue ocean’ with attractive opportunities for those players.
8th August 2017

Laser modules function in wide temperature range

Laser modules function in wide temperature range
Machine Vision is now considered a main-stay within production environments across the globe, and as is the case the technology is being pushed once more to higher expectations such as harsh working environments with extreme working temperatures. To meet this next technological challenge, LASER COMPONENTS has developed the MV18 machine vision line laser. The MV18 featured a ruggedised ø19x65mm (excl. M18 nuts & M12 rear connector) housing and can operate between -20°C to +50°C.
7th August 2017


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