Two new pulsed laser modules have been introduced, rounding out the “VisUV” platform line-up. Up to now, modules based on this platform provided laser pulses at 266 nm, 355 nm, and 532 nm, either individually or in combination with one or two other wavelengths. The new module “VisUV-1064” emits picosecond pulsed laser light at 1064 nm with an average optical power of more than 1 W, the “VisUV-532-HP” provides high-powered sub-nanosecond pulses at 532 nm with an average optical power of up to 750 mW.
Pulsed laser platform “VisIR-765 STED”, developed especially for use as depletion laser in STimulated Emission Depletion (STED) microscopy applications. It generates picosecond laser pulses optimized for STED.
Stand-alone, supercontinuum laser source “Solea” with unmatched flexibility in repetition rate. Variants covering two spectral domains ranging from 480 to 700 nm (“Solea”) or 900 nm (“SoleaR”) are available featuring either a tunable wavelength selector or only emitting the full supercontinuum spectrum (white variants).
Compact workstations “M2000-R” and “M3000-R” with 2 position rotary tables for industrial laser material processing. Both high-throughput laser marking workstations are suited for the efficient and ergonomic processing of geometrically complex work pieces of varying sizes as well as small and large batches of parts.
Widely tunable, easy-to-operate single source “C-Wave” for applications such as spectroscopy, quantum optics and photochemistry. It was awarded with the Photonics West Prism-Award 2014.
Ultra-small laser module “RGBeamlight” which precisely couples three wavelengths to be used directly or carried to the customer’s application through a multimode-fiber.
Conduction-cooled, 200 µm fiber-coupled laser diode modules at 1470 nm and 1530 nm for medical applications.
Ultra-small laser module “RGBeam” which precisely couples three wavelengths to be used directly
or carried to the customer’s application through a multimode-fiber.
In a brochure titled „Special Optical Fiber Technologies“, Leoni Fiber Optics presents a review of various solutions for laser beam transmission with laser cables.