Portable laser system from QPC Lasers for medical laser therapy

The SUltra portable laser system from QPC Lasers (Sylmar, CA) suits medical laser therapy, forensics and direct illumination. Based on the company's BrightLase and BrightLock fiber-coupled modules, available wavelengths for the system include 532, 980, 1064, 1470 and 1920 nm, with optical power up to 50 W (CW or pulsed). An optical fiber delivers laser output, with core sizes ranging from 50 to 800 µm.

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SUltra™- OEM Solution 

User-friendly Portable Compact Laser System

Laser Operations LLC introduces SUltra™, a complete OEM turn-key solution for plastic welding and laser soldering, heat-treating, medical laser therapy, forensics and direct illumination.  The system, based on QPC Lasers' line of BrightLase® and BrightLock® fiber coupled modules, is available at multiple wavelengths including 532nm, 980nm, 1064nm, 1470nm and 1920nm with optical power up to 50W CW or pulsed.  The compact OEM solution (15cm x 16.2cm x 45cm / 0.4 cubic feet) comprises the laser, visible aiming beam, power supply, thermal management system and controller electronics in a single air-cooled package powered by 100 to 240 VAC.  Laser output is delivered via an optical fiber with core size ranging from 50µm to 800µm and controlled through an RS-232 interface or a user friendly GUI for fast and easy integration.


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