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375-nm, 10-mW UV Laser Diode Module

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375-nm, 10-mW UV Laser Diode Module Now available from Power Technology Inc. is a new higher-power ultraviolet IQ (instrument quality) laser diode module. At 375 nm, ±5 nm, the module yields up to 10 mW of UV output. The unit features a PID temperature control loop and a precision current source that make it ideal for scientific, industrial and biomedical applications that require power and wavelength stability.

Applications include laser-induced fluorescence, flow cytometry, spectroscopy, interferometry, microscopy and high-resolution printing.

The unit features an adjustable focus, quality glass optics and optional beam-expanding optics, and is available with a circularized beam or with standard elliptical output. It is also available with CW or modulated output.

For more information, please visit us on the Web or give us a call or e-mail us to request a free catalog. Our contact information is on the contents page of this Mini-Magazine.

Photonics Spectra
Oct 2003

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