Green lasers, especially 532 nm, are perhaps the most widely used wavelengths of all those available. From a few tens of mW for bio-imaging, a few hundred mW for Raman spectroscopy, fluorescence ...
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660nm and 671nm red lasers are growing in importance in applications such as DNA sequencing, fluorescence and Raman imaging and with the development of higher powers, super-resolution microscopy uses ...

473nm blue lasers are often used in bio-medical imaging, neuroscience, optogenetics, Raman or fluorescence microscopy, and as such are heavily used in research labs that demand the highest of ...

561nm yellow lasers are often used in bio-medical imaging and cytometry. These applications require lasers that are both reliable and robust but with flexible control and high quality beam ...

Infra-red (IR) lasers at 1064nm are primarily used for optical trapping, tweezing and manipulation of small particles. These techniques allow measurement and monitoring of the particles without ...

Crystalaser, founded in 1995, located in Reno, Nevada, USA, is a leading manufacturer of ultra-compact diode-pumped solid-state crystal laser systems. Our lasers feature with high reliability, ...

Melles Griot DPSS lasers are compact and reliable, with minimal heat generation and high resistance to mechanical shock and vibration. A compact laser head delivers excellent output power and ...

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