Turnkey platform for high-power lasers from Modulight

The SparkLight turnkey laser platform by Modulight (Tampere, Finland and San Jose, CA) is designed to support novices and experts in research and industry. The enclosure includes everything required to operate the laser, from driver to cooling and monitoring functions. A microprocessor-controlled supervisory circuit ensures the smooth and safe operation. The laser platform operates in continuous-wave mode, with optional low-bandwidth modulation capabilities.

SparkLight can be adapted to power any of Modulight's high-power laser arrays, offering a broad wavelength coverage: 635 nm (3 W - product code ML1762), 940 nm (25 W - product code ML1820), and 1550 nm (12 W - product code ML1821). The system output is fiber-coupled by design, although alternative configurations are available by request.

All the features of the module are modifiable to suit the needs of the end customer. The control circuit can range from a simple analog interface to a computer-controlled digital assembly, whereas cooling can be air-based or water-based, depending on power level and user requirements.

SparkLight turnkey platform is offered as three different versions: OEM system, rack mounted, and a desktop case with easy-to-use touchscreen interface.

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