Short-pulse lasers from InnoLas Laser deliver kHz pulses below 1 ns

Jan. 10, 2012
The AOT compact, high-repetition-rate, short-pulse solid-state lasers (nanosecond and picosecond) operate with high energy in the UV, VIS, and NIR.

The AOT compact, high-repetition-rate, short-pulse solid-state lasers (nanosecond and picosecond) operate with high energy in the UV, VIS, and NIR. Proprietary high-speed switching technology allows the Q-switched lasers to deliver kHz pulses below 1 ns duration, which can be synchronized to external events with sub-nanosecond accuracy.
InnoLas Laser
Munich, Germany

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InnoLas Laser GmbH and Advanced Optical Technology Ltd Reach Agreement on Laser Product Line

November 2011 – InnoLas Laser GmbH and Advanced Optical Technology Ltd have agreed terms for the German laser company to acquire the complete ACETM short-pulse product line of the English specialist company. In announcing the agreement, Mr. Reinhard Kelnberger (InnoLas Laser GmbH) and Dr Clive Ireland (AOT Ltd.) noted that the agreement provides an excellent opportunity for the growth of the product line and expansion of market penetration. Starting in January 2012 the manufacturing of the lasers will be relocated to the InnoLas Laser headquarters in Krailling, Germany and at the same time sales and service will be organized from Germany as well.

The AOT products are compact and unique efficient high repetition-rate short-pulse solid state lasers (nano- and picosecond) operating with high energy in the UV, visible and near infra-red. Proprietary high speed switching technology allows the E-O Q-switched laser products to deliver kHz pulses below 1ns duration that are synchronisable to external events with sub-nanosecond accuracy. They are intended for a wide range of R&D, scientific and high precision industrial applications. The technology will form a very valuable and complimentary addition to the existing products of InnoLas Laser, and will greatly enhance the range of solutions that the company can offer to customers in the near-term and future.

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