Continuous-wave laser series by Spectra-Physics

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Spectra-Physics, a Newport Corp. brand (Santa Clara, CA), introduces the Excelsior One continuous-wave (CW) laser series. This line of ultraviolet (UV), visible, and near-infrared (NIR) CW lasers integrate a laser head and controller into a single, compact package. Available in free-space and fiber-coupled laser configurations, the plug-and-play series includes 11 different wavelengths and delivers up to 500 mW of power. Utilizing one supply voltage for all models, the lasers are ideal for use in flow cytometry, confocal microscopy, DNA sequencing, and other bioinstrumentation applications. The product family includes direct-diode and diode-pumped solid-state (DPSS) technology. All lasers deliver TEM00 mode quality and low optical noise for high signal-to-noise ratio. 

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Spectra-Physics® Launches Compact Integrated Lasers for Bioinstrumentation

• Excelsior® One™ features 11 wavelengths in a single package 

Santa Clara, CA – June 20, 2012 – Spectra-Physics®, a Newport Corporation brand, introduces the Excelsior One continuous-wave (CW) lasers series.  The new line of ultraviolet (UV), visible, and near-infrared (NIR) CW lasers integrate laser head and controller into a single, compact package.  Available as free-space and fiber-coupled laser configurations, the plug-and-play Excelsior One series includes eleven different wavelengths and delivers up to 500 mW of average power.  For added convenience, the integrated lasers utilize only one supply voltage for all models.  They are ideal for use in flow cytometry, confocal microscopy, DNA sequencing, and other bioinstrumentation applications.

“Featuring true modularity with an integrated, single footprint across a broad selection of wavelengths, power levels, and configurations, the Excelsior One lasers are perfect for customers who need flexibility in configuring their instruments, even for upgrades or reconfigurations in the field,” states Jürgen Niederhofer, general manager for Spectra-Physics (Stahnsdorf, Germany).  “With market-leading power levels and performance, and proven reliability, these lasers are a dependable, simple solution for a wide range of fluorescence-based bioinstrumentation applications.”

The Excelsior One product family includes direct diode and diode-pumped solid-state (DPSS) technology in a consistent compact footprint with a common electronics interface. The new platform is based on Spectra-Physics’ It’s In the Box™ design, where the laser cavity and control electronics are integrated into a single, compact housing, thereby eliminating unnecessary cables and external controllers. All lasers deliver TEM00 mode quality and very low optical noise for highest signal-to-noise ratio. The DPSS models are available in single or multi-longitudinal mode versions.  Easy to configure, the direct-diode models include high speed modulation (TTL and analog) plus an RS-232 interface.

Spectra-Physics’ Excelsior One series lasers will be featured at CYTO 2012, Congress Center Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany, June 24-26, 2012.  Please visit Newport's booth #213 for a demonstration.  For more information, please visit: www.newport.com/excelsiorone.


About Newport Corporation

Newport Corporation is a leading global supplier of advanced-technology products and systems to customers in the scientific research, microelectronics manufacturing, aerospace and defense/security, life and health sciences and precision industrial manufacturing markets. 

Newport’s innovative solutions leverage its expertise in high-power semiconductor, solid-state and ultrafast lasers, photonics instrumentation, sub-micron positioning systems, vibration isolation, optical subsystems and precision automation to enhance the capabilities and productivity of its customers’ manufacturing, engineering and research applications.  Newport is part of the Standard & Poor’s SmallCap 600 Index and the Russell 2000 Index.

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