473 nm DPSS blue laser from Leading-Tech Laser Co.

Leading-Tech Laser's (Shanghai, China) 473 nm DPSS lasers promise high power stability and high beam quality applicable to n laser fluorescence, Raman spectroscopy and cell sequencing. The 473 nm blue laser system consists of a high performance semiconductor laser diode, optical collimation components, and high-accuracy temperature control components, laser power monitoring components. It provides output power up to 200mW. The system also can be combined with polarization maintaining fiber, single mode fiber and multi-mode fiber coupling options to get much lower M2 value.

The system measures 160mm (L) X 78mm (W) X 60mm (H) and comes with a power supply offering input voltage ranging from AC 80V ~ 265V pr DC 5V. The modulation is TTL or analog optional and up to 30KHZ

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