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Friday, January 09, 2004
405nm 50mW violet laser diode module now available


Power Technology unveiled its highest power violet laser module to date. The new temperature controlled Instrument Quality (IQ) module emits 50mW of violet output at 405 10nm.

This development in laser diode technology represents a significant increase in power over the company’s popular 20 and 25mW versions. Potential applications range from flow cytometry to high-resolution printing to biodetection. In fact, this proven technology will serve any number of power-hungry OEM applications, particularly those requiring exceptional stability. The unit boasts a PID temperature controller and precision current source that work to ensure stable wavelength and output.

The new 50mW violet IQ measures a compact 1.50 inches in diameter and 6.20 inches in length. The unit features an adjustable focus, quality glass optics, and optional beam expanding optics and is available with a circularized beam or with standard elliptical output. In addition, it is available with CW or modulated output.


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