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Sub-nanosecond Laser

Onefive GmbH
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REGENSDORF, Switzerland, Nov. 9, 2016 — Sub-nanosecond LaserOnefive GmbH has announced the Katana HP laser, significantly reducing cost and complexity of a stimulated emission depletion (STED) microscope with respect to the use of stretched pulses from a mode-locked femtosecond laser.

The laser has the capability to be extremely triggered, allowing the synchronization and temporal alignment of STED pulses to the excitation pulses with the use of an electronic picosecond delayer. It offers several wavelengths covering most commonly used fluorophores. It is available at high-power and sub-nanosecond pulse durations in green, yellow, orange, red and IR. Therefore, it can be efficiently used to deplete fluorophores excited in the violet, blue, green and orange.

OEM modules are available at 532, 577, 592, 620 and 775 nm.
Nov 2016
ProductsOnefiveKatana HPSub-nanosecond LaserEuropelasersMicroscopy

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