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Green Laser Diode Modules
Jul 2011
Power Technology Inc.Request Info
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., July 11, 2011 — Power Technology Inc.'s instrument-quality 515-nm 20-mW green laser diode modules were created to address the needs of high-end OEM applications requiring good optical quality, and ultrastable wavelength and output powers.

Applications include laser-induced fluorescence, spectroscopy, data storage, flow cytometry, cancer diagnosis, remote optical sensing, holography and illumination.

The devices use a green diode laser instead of a traditional diode-pumped solid-state configuration. The ultrastable 515-nm green laser diode and instrument-quality package produce a stable module with low noise. Key features include active temperature control, stable wavelengths and output, the availability of beam circularization and modulated versions, and an adjustable focus.


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flow cytometry
A method of measuring the characteristics of microscopic particles, usually cells, as they flow in a fluid stream through a beam of light. Particles may be stained with fluorescent dye and the fluorescence detected via laser illumination.
The optical recording of the object wave formed by the resulting interference pattern of two mutually coherent component light beams. In the holographic process, a coherent beam first is split into two component beams, one of which irradiates the object, the second of which irradiates a recording medium. The diffraction or scattering of the first wave by the object forms the object wave that proceeds to and interferes with the second coherent beam, or reference wave at the medium. The resulting...
The general term for the application of light to a subject. It should not be used in place of the specific quantity illuminance.
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