Fiber-coupled laser

April 14, 2008
The PureBeam laser from StockerYale Canada (Montreal) is a temperature-stabilized, fiber-coupled device for a wide range of biomedical applications, including spectroscopy, fluorescence, confocal microscopy, biodetection, and DNA sequencing.

The PureBeam laser from StockerYale Canada (Montreal) is a temperature-stabilized, fiber-coupled device for a wide range of biomedical applications, including spectroscopy, fluorescence, confocal microscopy, biodetection, and DNA sequencing. This high-output power laser has integrated drive electronics and laser-welded mechanical components. The PureBeam laser features a single-mode optical fiber (phase modulation optional) delivery system, and provides exceptional power stability and low noise at the fiber exit.

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