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Photonic Solutions strength has always been in the diversity of our laser portfolio and so we are ideally placed to meet customer specific requirements for excitation sources for confocal, multi-photon and Raman microscopy.
We offer ultra compact, fixed wavelength, QCW ps and fs fiber lasers from Menlo Systems which are ideally suited to applications from Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging to multi-photon microscopy.
Becker & Hickl’s range of ultra low jitter picosecond diode lasers are available at wavelengths that can access all the most commonly used fluorophores and for Raman spectroscopy we offer APE’s picoEmerald OPO which is a true one-box solution for CARS and SRS. For conventional confocal choose from multi line argon lasers, and Oxxius cw laser diodes and beam combiners for integration of up to 6 different laser wavelengths.
Newly designed picosecond and femtosecond OPOs with fully automated control for key applications such as coherent Raman spectroscopy (CARS and SRS), multiphoton microscopy, quantum dot excitation and transient absorption microscopy (TAM).
Fully automated and broadly tunable IR laser source, specifically designed for the integration with Scattering SNOM and AFM-IR microscopes.
Oxxius laser combiners are the most compact and flexible all-in-one multicolor laser sources, with up to 7 laser lines and delivery up to 4 optical fiber outputs.
Pulsed and continuous wave diode laser with wavelengths from 375 to 785nm, power from 40 to 500mW, repetition rate from 20 to 80MHz and pulsewidth from 40 to 300ps.
Continuous wave deep ultraviolet laser with wavelengths from 266 to 280nm, power of 10mW and optional output power modulation.
Continuous wave laser with wavelengths from 532 to 639nm, power from 50 to 500mW and optional output power modulation.
SLM CW monolithic DPSS lasers with wavelengths from 530nm to 1064nm, powers from 50 to 500mW and exceptional wavelength stability of 1pm.
The easy-to-use and truly hands-free tunable picosecond light source. Ideal for SRS and CARS, offering three temporally and spatially overlapped picosecond pulse trains to cover the full fingerprint region and beyond.