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  • Jive Solid-State Lasers
Oct 2008
Cobolt ABRequest Info
SOLNA, Sweden, Oct. 14, 2008 – The Cobolt Jive 561 nm continuous-wave solid-state laser from Cobolt AB is now available with output power levels up to 100 mW.

The single longitudinal mode laser is built into a hermetically sealed compact package using the company’s HTCure technology and offers additional output power levels of 10, 25, 50 and 75 mW. It features a low noise of < 0.3% rms, a narrow spectral line width of < 30 MHz and a high beam quality of M2 < 1.1.Cobolt-Jive.jpg

It is suitable for fluorescence analysis applications, including spinning-disc or TIRF confocal microscopy and cell sorting.

For more information, visit:

Cobolt AB
Vretenvägen 13
SE-171 54 Solna
Phone: +46 8 545 912 30
Fax: +46 8 545 912 31



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solid-state laser
A laser using a transparent substance (crystalline or glass) as the active medium, doped to provide the energy states necessary for lasing. The pumping mechanism is the radiation from a powerful light source, such as a flash lamp. The ruby and Nd:YAG lasers are solid-state lasers.
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