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  • Lepton IV Diode Lasers
Aug 2007
Micro Laser Systems Inc.Request Info
Micro Laser Systems' Lepton IV series of lasers provides highly stable, diffraction-limited beams for use in research or incorporation into instrumentation.

Wavelengths from 375 nm to 1550 nm have a 3-4 mm circular beam; Gaussian beams with narrow linewidths for most lasers. For mode-hop-free operation, Micro Laser offers DFB-style laser systems. For research use, our turnkey laser systems have everything in one box which is connected to the laser.

Just plug in and turn on; output power can be adjusted. No additional power supplies, control box or large heat sinks are required. Accessories such as beam expanders, focusing optics and filters, which are designed specifically for diode lasers, are also available.

For OEM users, all controls and monitoring pins are accessible for various configurations of the laser. Laser parameters such as output power, temperature and modulation can be adjusted with an external voltage source. Lasers can also be combined with optical devices and detectors to make a compact system geared to your specific requirements.


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