Jan 2008Snake Creek LasersRequest Info
HALLSTEAD, Pa., Jan. 25, 2008 -- Snake Creek Lasers, a maker of diode-pumped solid-state (DPSS) lasers, introduced its MiniGreen extended-temperature range (ETR) technology at Photonics West 2008, held this week in San Jose., Calif.
The company said its ETR technology allows solid-state lasers to operate over a broad operating-temperature range while maintaining constant laser output. The MiniGreen is designed for instruments exposed to extreme changes in ambient temperature; it provides laser output power at 532 nm from Arctic cold to hot desert conditions.
The rugged DPSS laser is packaged in a standard semiconductor can for integration flexibility, reliability and high-tolerance to G forces; requirements typically found in portable and outdoor applications, Snake Creek Lasers said.
The company supplies miniature industrial-grade solid-state visible and infrared lasers for military and commercial applications.
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Snake Creek Lasers
RR 2 Box 2753
1 Technology Drive
Hallstead, PA 18822
Phone: (570) 879-4992
Fax: (570) 879-0912