…Advantage: Low-Noise Low-Noise - SapphireTM lasers are the only frequency-doubled, visible, CW lasers to avoid "green noise" without requiring costly and complex stabilization schemes. Advantage: Sapphire lasers are characterized by low output noise. Benefit: Improved signal-to-noise ratios in most…
Laser noise is another important factor
impacting confocal image quality. The intensity noise must be low across a wide
bandwidth (for example, 20 Hz to 20 kHz)
to minimize image noise. This includes
both the average, or root-mean-squared
(RMS) noise and the…
…test results T_ amb = 40°C, U_TEM = 15V, extrapolated, based on test results T_ amb = 25°C, U_TEM = 12V, 85% less fan power for noise reduction, test results 75 Laser Focus World www.laserfocusworld.com January 2018 photonicsproducts L A S E R - C O O L I N G E Q U I P M E N T Keep your laser-diode…
…raw data is processed; sensitivity to the various noise sources; and, fundamental accuracy issues? 1. Camera-Based Systems Cameras use a two-dimensional array of square or rectangular pixels as the imaging device. The intensity distribution of a laser or light source is recorded pixel by pixel and…
The two outputs of the laser have phase-locked pulse trains, both with low intensity noise
characteristics, making Chameleon Discovery an ideal source for CARS and SRS microscopy.
Dual Output, Broadly Tunable Laser with Dispersion Precompensation
…a paradigm shift in
lasers because they can be designed for the needs of the application instead of vice versa.
OPSL is now a leading technology in low-power bioinstrumentation applications, most notably at 488 nm; the power scalability and inherent low noise of OPSL
…& low noise
· No "green problem"
· No thermal lensing
· Fiber coupling with high efficiency
· High reliability & lifetime due to
· Modulation capability: directly up
to 100 kHz
Optically Pumped Semiconductor Lasers (OPSLs)…
Diode Laser Modules
ULN-Series diode laser modules are designed for
applications that require particularly low noise or
mode-hop, noise-free operation. Sophisticated drive
electronics are used to ensure low noise output.
Typical RMS noise is 0.06% or better for…
…LCD display of
amplifier performance.The electronics have the ability
to recall and reset any system parameter.
The low noise of the Verdi pump laser and high repetition-rate of RegA amplifiers enable data collection with
high signal-to-noise ratio in applications such as…
Single Frequency Visible OEM and End-User OPS Laser Systems Applications like Flow Cytometry, Particle Counting, DNA Sequencing and Microscopy are enable by low noise, visible true CW lasers. The Genesis MX SLM-Series provides up to 1W of visible laser light from either OEM or CDRH-compliant…
TEM00 Visible OEM and End-User OPS Laser Systems Applications like Flow Cytometry, Particle Counting, DNA Sequencing and Microscopy are enable by low noise, visible true CW lasers. The Genesis MX STM-Series provides up to 1W of visible laser light from either OEM or CDRH-compliant end-user systems.…
…ultra-stable laser beams. FEATURES · Master oscillator power amplifier (MOPA) configuration · Monolithic non-planar ring oscillator (NPRO) seed laser · Extremely long coherence length · Noise Eater - active intensity noise reduction technology · User-installed, turn-key operation · Low noise control…
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