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TOPTICA Photonics Inc.

TOPTICA Photonics Inc.

Map5847 County Rd. 41
Farmington, NY 14425
United States
Phone: +1 585-657-6663
Fax: +1 877-277-9897
TOPTICA develops and manufactures high-end laser systems for scientific and industrial applications. The portfolio includes diode lasers, ultrafast fiber lasers, terahertz systems and frequency combs. OEM customers, scientists, and over a dozen Nobel laureates all acknowledge the world-class exceptional specifications of TOPTICA’s lasers, as well as their reliability and longevity.

TOPTICA lasers are used for demanding scientific and industrial applications in biophotonics, industrial metrology and quantum technology. TOPTICA is renowned for providing the widest wavelength coverage of diode lasers in the market, providing high-power lasers even at exotic wavelengths: 190 nm - 0.1 THz (corresponding to 3 mm). TOPTICA’s diode lasers are appreciated for excellent coherence, wide tuning range and ideal beam profiles. With a global distribution network, TOPTICA provides exceptional service worldwide.

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Established: 2002
Ownership type: Privately Owned
Mark A. Tolbert, CEO
Thomas Tongue, VP Sales & Marketing

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