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Spectrum-stabilized laser

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The BRM Cleanlaze USB Raman excitation laser series from B&W Tek Inc. is based on spectrum stabilization technologies. Available in OEM and in end-user packages with wavelengths of 785, 808, 830 or 976 nm, the devices offer linewidths as narrow as 0.03 nm, an FWHM of 0.02 or 0.20 nm, and an expected lifetime of more than 10,000 h. The devices have CW power output ranging from 50 to 1000 mW, depending on the optical specifications. Free-space and fiber-coupled versions are available.

May 2008

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