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Necsel Green Laser

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Necsel Green LaserNecsel holds key patented technology to be the only worldwide provider of high power red, green and blue lasers with price points that enable the targeted display and lighting markets. Necsel sells lasers as components as well as customizes and integrates them into system solutions.

A Prism Award Winner, the Necsel Green Laser uses patented frequency-converted technology to offer customizable wavelengths from 530nm to 555nm. The Necsel Green Laser offers 3W of output from a package that is less than one cubic inch and free-space or fiber-coupled configurations are available. The Necsel Green Laser is the enabling technology for the next generation of commercial digital cinema projection and is now being offered to the photonics and traditional laser industry to be used in any visible lighting application. Necsel has a high volume supply of green lasers offered at low price points previously unobtainable in the industry.

The Necsel Green Laser is often combined with the Necsel Red Laser and the Necsel Blue Laser for RGB lighting applications. Both Necsel Red and Necsel Blue components are available now and all Necsel products are RoHS compliant. Contact Necsel for a laser solution with customizable RGB wavelengths to fit your needs.


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GLOSSARY
display
The observable illustration of an image, scene or data on a screen such as a console or cathode-ray tube, seen as a graph, report or drawing.
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