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Flow-Cytometry-OPSL-Technology-Meets-Critical-Needs.pdf

Flow-Cytometry-OPSL-Technology-Meets-Critical-Needs.pdf

…tweaking to maintain optimum performance. HeNe lasers are reliable but only produce a single wavelength and are limited to very lower power. Nonetheless, these gas lasers have continued to enjoy success in flow cytometry, in spite of the solid-state laser revolution that has characterized most other…

Flow-Cytometry-OPSL-Technology-Meets-Critical-Needs.pdf

Flow-Cytometry-OPSL-Technology-Meets-Critical-Needs.pdf

…For cytometry and indeed any bioinstrumentation application this represents a paradigm shift where the laser is designed to fit the optimum needs of the application, instead of trying to fit the application to available laser wavelengths. The first "new" wavelength developed for flow cytometry is…

Laser Based Electronics Manufacturing

Laser Based Electronics Manufacturing

…semiconductor laser (OPSL) technology, which produces up to 150 milliwatts at 355 nm. This whitepaper examines how and why this laser provides unique advantages for Life Sciences applications. Limitations of Existing Lasers Ultraviolet flow cytometry requires a completely turnkey CW laser source…

Laser Based Electronics Manufacturing

Laser Based Electronics Manufacturing

…semiconductor laser (OPSL) technology, which produces up to 150 milliwatts at 355 nm. This whitepaper examines how and why this laser provides unique advantages for Life Sciences applications. Limitations of Existing Lasers Ultraviolet flow cytometry requires a completely turnkey CW laser source…

Laser Based Electronics Manufacturing

Laser Based Electronics Manufacturing

…semiconductor laser (OPSL) technology, which produces up to 150 milliwatts at 355 nm. This whitepaper examines how and why this laser provides unique advantages for Life Sciences applications. Limitations of Existing Lasers Ultraviolet flow cytometry requires a completely turnkey CW laser source…

Lasers-for-Life-Sciences-Product-Guide FORMFIRST.pdf

Lasers-for-Life-Sciences-Product-Guide FORMFIRST.pdf

Applications: · Flow Cytometry · Confocal Microscopy · Genomics · Proteomics · Medical Diagnostics · Environmental Monitoring Lasers for Life Sciences Overview of Laser Applications Flow Cytometry MPE Imaging Medical Diagnostics www.Coherent.com · tech.sales@coherent.comSuperior Reliability &…

Lasers-for-Life-Sciences-Product-Guide FORMFIRST.pdf

Lasers-for-Life-Sciences-Product-Guide FORMFIRST.pdf

Applications: · Flow Cytometry · Confocal Microscopy · Genomics · Proteomics · Medical Diagnostics · Environmental Monitoring Lasers for Life Sciences Overview of Laser Applications Flow Cytometry MPE Imaging Medical Diagnostics www.Coherent.com · tech.sales@coherent.comSuperior Reliability &…

Laser Based Electronics Manufacturing

Laser Based Electronics Manufacturing

True Continuous-Wave Ultraviolet (355 nm) Lasers for Life Sciences 2 "green noise" can be completely eliminated by using a single-mode laser that is actively stabilized. However, flow cytometry and other OEM Life Sciences applications typically need a lower cost approach in order to be economically…

Laser Based Electronics Manufacturing

Laser Based Electronics Manufacturing

True Continuous-Wave Ultraviolet (355 nm) Lasers for Life Sciences 2 "green noise" can be completely eliminated by using a single-mode laser that is actively stabilized. However, flow cytometry and other OEM Life Sciences applications typically need a lower cost approach in order to be economically…

Laser Based Electronics Manufacturing

Laser Based Electronics Manufacturing

True Continuous-Wave Ultraviolet (355 nm) Lasers for Life Sciences 2 "green noise" can be completely eliminated by using a single-mode laser that is actively stabilized. However, flow cytometry and other OEM Life Sciences applications typically need a lower cost approach in order to be economically…

Compass Lasers  A Case Study in Achieving High Performance to Price Ratio

Compass Lasers A Case Study in Achieving High Performance to Price Ratio

…nm) DPSS lasers enable these twin goals to be met. Application Requirements Many of the applications for low power, CW, DPSS lasers utilize the laser as an illumination source, and then derive information from the light returned from the sample. Examples of this are retinal scanning, flow cytometry,

Compass Lasers  A Case Study in Achieving High Performance to Price Ratio

Compass Lasers A Case Study in Achieving High Performance to Price Ratio

…nm) DPSS lasers enable these twin goals to be met. Application Requirements Many of the applications for low power, CW, DPSS lasers utilize the laser as an illumination source, and then derive information from the light returned from the sample. Examples of this are retinal scanning, flow cytometry,

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