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BlueSkyResearch.jpgBlue Sky Research Inc. has unveiled a family of compact, high-performance free-space semiconductor laser diode modules. The Chromalase II series features fully integrated temperature control and laser driver electronics, <12-W electrical power consumption, integrated micro-optic beam shaping and solid-state reliability. The laser modules come with the company’s μLens, have a power stability of <0.5% in 2 h and have a beam alignment accuracy of <5 mrad. They are suitable for biomedical and medical applications, flow cytometry and analytical instrumentation.


BioPhotonics
Feb 2008
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