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New Wavelengths: 473 nm, 607 nm, 698 nm

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New Wavelengths: 473 nm, 607 nm, 698 nmOxxius’ LaserBoxx family of DPSS laser / laser diode modules offers new wavelengths not readily available to the market: 473 nm (SLM) @ 50 mW, 607 nm @ 200 mW, and 698 nm @ 100 mW. This family of laser modules are available in wavelengths from 375 nm thru 1064 nm, including SLM and higher power multimode versions in addition to the standard low noise options.

The LaserBoxx product family uniquely covers both laser diode and DPSS lasers to offer the full range of wavelengths available for Microscopy and Microfluidics applications. You can combine these new wavelengths or any of the LaserBoxx modules in the industry’s most compact and flexible all-in-one multicolor wavelength combiner with up to 7 wavelengths inside the package. The L4Cc/L6Cc wavelength combiners offer single or multiple outputs, modulation capabilities (digital and analog), and a proven long-term stable and modular design that is easy to maintain.


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