Jenoptik green CW lasers for medical applications

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The JenLas D2 series 532 nm CW disk lasers from Jenoptik (Jena, Germany), distributed in North America by RPMC Lasers (O'Fallon, MO), offer high stability with output powers from 2 to 8 W and modulation capabilities from 20 to 50 kHa. Drive electronics and fiber coupling options are also available. Applications include ophthalmology, dermatology, endoscopy, illumination, pumping of Ti: Sapphire, and spectroscopy.

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Jenoptik is now offering a family of 532nm CW disk lasers to be sold in North America by RPMC Lasers, Inc.

Over 10,000 of these lasers have been manufactured and are now in the field worldwide. The D2 series offers high stability with output powers from 2 to 8W and modulation capabilities from 20-50kHa. Drive electronics and fiber coupling options are also available for these lasers as well.

These lasers have been used in the medical fields of ophthalmology, dermatology, and endoscopy. The compact designs of these lasers make them very attractive for integration into these kinds of systems. In addition to their medical uses, these lasers have been used in the entertainment industry for venues all over the world.  Other suitable application for these lasers include illumination, pumping of Ti: Sapphire, spectroscopy and much much more!

Since 1996, RPMC has been offering high quality dpss lasers as well as laser diodes.  We are currently providing millisecond, microsecond, nanosecond, picosecond, femtosecond and CW solid state lasers as well as fiber lasers.  We offer some of the newest and most efficient designs available, as well as custom solid state designs.  For more information on all of our lasers please contact Derek@rpmclasers.com or call 636-272-7227 ext. 224 for more information or to discuss your application.  Please visit our website at www.rpmclasers.com.

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Posted by Lee Mather

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