Feb 2013TOPTICA Photonics Inc.Request Info
VICTOR, N.Y., Feb. 6, 2013 — The TopMode red laser manufactured by Toptica Inc. replaces bulky, power-consuming gas-ion lasers. The proprietary “coherence-advanced regulation method” provides active stabilization of the laser’s coherence and ensures single-frequency operation for round-the-clock operation.
Engaging state-of-the-art diode technology to reach high single-frequency output power, the laser provides 30 mW at 633 nm (free-beam). Featuring a 20-m coherence length, it is a push-button OEM-grade laser.
A patented resonator design delivers single-frequency output power of up to 35 mW, making the new DL pro HP a tunable alternative to HeNe lasers. Featuring a 50-m coherence length, it incorporates proprietary “pro” technology, which represents stability, ease of use, and precision. The laser builds on the DL 100 and DL 100/pro design and provides a larger tuning range, higher output power and a linewidth of 1 to 2 MHz.
The TA pro, a narrowband tunable continuous-wave laser, offers a 100-m coherence length (1 MHz) and is designed with flexure joints, specially developed mirror mounts and a solid laser head created from a single metal block, all protecting against noise or temperature attacks.
Also available in a high-power version, the TA pro provides output power of up to 3 W. At 633 nm, it delivers 150 mW.
The TA-SHG pro red laser offers 700 mW at 633 nm. With a 100-m coherence length, the frequency-doubled system provides stability and a good beam profile.
All lasers are available with fiber-coupled or free-beam TEM00 output.