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20 March 2019

II-VI introduces fiber-coupled visible lasers for biomedical instruments

As part of its QOMO series of visible lasers (deployed in biomedical applications such as flow cytometry, confocal microscopy and fluorescence spectroscopy), engineered materials and optoelectronic component maker II-VI Inc of Saxonburg, PA, USA has introduced fiber-coupled visible lasers for biomedical instruments, available with emission wavelengths of 405, 488, 638 and 660nm, and 30, 50 or 100mW of output power.

II-VI says that its fiber-coupled lasers simplify the integration, manufacturing assembly and field serviceability of analytical instruments, eliminating the need for users to design, produce and assemble challenging beam delivery systems. The visible lasers are coupled to a polarization-maintaining single-mode fiber that eliminates spatial-mode fluctuations, consistently delivering a near-perfect M-squared beam quality of less than 1.1, with what is claimed to be excellent pointing stability and very low noise.

“The fiber-coupled visible lasers afford our customers significant benefits in terms of shorter time to market, improved manufacturability and market-leading performance,” claims Chris Koeppen, VP of II-VI’s Industrial Laser Group. “The QOMO laser product series leverages II-VI’s well-established hardware and software platform with decades of field-proven reliability in optical networks,” he adds.

II-VI is showcasing its portfolio of products in booth W3.3430 at LASER World of PHOTONICS CHINA 2019 in Shanghai (20-22 March).

Tags: II-VI Inc

Visit:  www.world-of-photonics-china.com

Visit:  www.ii-vi.com/lasers-for-flow-cytometry

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