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Multi-Laser Engine

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GRAEFELFING, Germany, Dec. 22, 2016 — The iChome CLE multi-laser engine from Toptica Photonics AG includes four laser sources in one compact box.

The engine provides up to 20 mW of output power at 405, 488, 561 and 640 nm each. All integrated wavelengths are controllable via a unified user interface. The multi-laser system features unique modulation capabilities up to 1 MHz in analog and digital modulation frequency. The COOLAC automated alignment procedure guarantees a straightforward, plug-and-play installation and stability over the system’s lifetime.

The iChrome CLE is an all-diode laser combiner including a diode-based, 561-nm frequency doubled diode source.The design guarantees identical modulation behavior for all laser lines.
Dec 2016

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