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Photonics Spectra
Aug 2004

CYAN LASER The NanoLed-14, a cyan laser source that emits pulses of <100 ps at 475 nm, has been produced by Jobin Yvon IBH Ltd. Features include adjustable collimation optics that have pinhole apertures for beam circularization, a gold-plated enclosure to ensure minimal emission of radio-frequency noise, and controls for repetition rate and synchronization delay. The turnkey device is plug-and-play-compatible with existing NanoLed controllers and TCSPC-based lifetime systems. A microprocessor-controlled driver card is available for OEM applications.

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