Solid-state lasers are optically excited lasers that contain a solid-state crystal as an active medium. Depending on the structure of the laser resonator, solid-state lasers can produce continuous laser radiation, laser pulses, or ultrashort laser pulses. Ultrashort femtosecond pulses and the associated non-linear effects in particular open up completely new applications for solid-state lasers. These include laser material processing, measurement technology, ultrafast spectroscopy, microscopy, and multi-photon spectroscopy.
Particularly low-noise solid-state laser / DPSS laser with 532 nm, 553 nm, 561 nm or 640 nm.
The cw solid-state lasers of the CNI series are characterized by the availability of almost all commercially available wavelengths
DPSS Lasers VIS-IR -> Diode-pumped solid-state lasers from VIS to IR
Diode pumped Solid State Lasers at 532 nm, 553 nm, 561 nm or 640 nm, Single Longitudinal Mode (SLM).
These DPSS lasers have very low noise and excellent beam quality. They have been designed for easy integration.
The JDSU Xcyte series lasers offer the advantages of diode-pumped solid-state lasers in quasi-CW 355nm air-cooled format.
The JDSU Q Series lasers are Q-switched diode-pumped UV and green lasers which are used for high-pulse-energy processing of materials such as ceramics, high-repetition-rate processing of materials such as sapphire or silicon.
JDSU solid-state laser can be used for fiber optic sensors, coherent communications, remote antenna connections, optical heterodyne techniques, lidar, sonar and passive oscillators.
The LCL-TECH-Series pulsed lasers are actively q-switched DPSS lasers with short pulse durations and high pulse peak powers.
The Q-Switched Series breakthrough technology enables optimum performance with the lowest power consumption available.
The LCL series pulsed lasers are actively q-switched DPSS lasers with an outstanding cost-to-performance ratio.
The DIADEM lasers are very compact, high-energy, ultrafast lasers for demanding applications in micro material processing and optogenetics.