Compact high-power diode-lasers at 15, 20 W from LIMO

May 20, 2009
Designed to be compact and cost-effective for medical applications, the LIMO15-F200-DL808 and LIMO20-F200-DL980 diode laser modules from LIMO (Dortmund, Germany) feature micro-optic beam shaping. The laser modules are suitable for dentistry applications and promise efficiency (e.g. faster healing) in surgical applications due to high absorption in water.

Designed to be compact and cost-effective for medical applications, the LIMO15-F200-DL808 and LIMO20-F200-DL980 diode laser modules from LIMO (Dortmund, Germany) feature micro-optic beam shaping.

The laser modules are suitable for dentistry applications and promise efficiency (e.g. faster healing) in surgical applications due to high absorption in water. LIMO also makes available important accessories such as fiber detection sensors, monitor diodes and pilot lasers.

See more on LIMO's LM medical series products at the company's website, or contact Andre Grütz at [email protected].

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original press release from LIMO:

Product Release:
May 2009

Compact LIMO high-power-diode-lasers at 15 W or 20 W

LIMO expands the product portfolio with the particularly compact LIMO15-F200-DL808 and LIMO20-F200-DL980 diode laser modules. Micro-optic beam shaping enables these cost-effective diode laser systems.

The introduction of the 15 W / 20 W devices rounds off the existing standard product line for medical solutions. These laser modules are suitable for dentistry applications and can be used efficiently (e.g. faster healing process) in surgical applications due to the high absorption in water. Important accessories like fiber detection sensor, monitor diode and pilot laser are available.

At LASER World of PHOTONICS 2009 you will have the opportunity to get to know these and other new products better: For example, new laser modules with additional wavelengths at 1470 nm or 1060 nm.

For further information please visit our website www.limo.de or contact Andre Grütz, [email protected]

Please visit us at LASER World of PHOTONICS 2009 (15th June – 18th June) in Munich - New Munich Trade Fair Centre, Hall B1 / Booth 315.

About the Author

Barbara Gefvert | Editor-in-Chief, BioOptics World (2008-2020)

Barbara G. Gefvert has been a science and technology editor and writer since 1987, and served as editor in chief on multiple publications, including Sensors magazine for nearly a decade.

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