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Fisba Optik AG has released the RGBeam laser module, a light engine that precisely couples three wavelengths together for life sciences, automotive, metrology and production technology applications.

The module measures 20.5 × 12.2 × 5 mm and can be customized as a light source for head-up displays in automobiles. Its three color frequencies can be mixed to create white laser-based light for fiber-coupled lighting applications, or the device can be adapted for ultraviolet light. Its improved focusing ability and high intensities also make it suitable for curing and drying polymers.

Photonics Spectra
Jun 2013

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