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Hamamatsu Corp. - Quantum LB

Quantum Cascade Laser

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Block Engineering has released the Mini-QCL Module for OEMs, corporate R&D and academic research. The miniature quantum cascade laser is suitable for applications including gas sensing and analysis, including greenhouse gas monitoring; automotive combustion analysis; oil and gas exploration; and air quality monitoring.

The module can be integrated into a variety of spectroscopic instruments, including products used in the fields of photoacoustic spectroscopy, cavity ring-down spectroscopy, IR microscopy and atomic force microscopy.

The widely tunable device weighs 75 g and is available in spectral ranges greater than 250 cm−1 per module; multiple modules can be combined by OEMs.

Photonics Spectra
Apr 2014

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