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HT Laser
Weissdornweg 8
48159 Muenster

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Phone: +49 251 23927543

  • Type: Other
  • Max. Power: 4W
  • Classification (IEC): Class 4
  • Wavelength: 260nm - 1100nm
  • Wavelength - Tunable?: Yes
  • Operating Mode: Continuous
  • TEM: 00
  • Q-Switchable?: No
  • Applications: Biomedical/Medical, Communications, Information Processing, Remote Sensing, Scientific Research, Other
  • Output power @ (550-1100 nm): > 4 W
  • Output power @ (260-550 nm): > 500 mW
  • Scanning Range: > 300 GHz
  • Linewidth: 1 - 6 GHz

T&D-scan is a fully computer-controlled powerful broadly tunable laser system for research studies in nano- and bio-domains demanding fine resolution and high spectral density of CW radiation within UV-VIS-NIR spectral ranges.
The "T&D-scan" system is designed for wide-range spectral studies and characterization of quantum semiconductor structures, nano-technological applications and other.
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