Oxxius laser diode module offers output power up to 130 mW

Sept. 15, 2010
The Laser Boxx is a new laser diode module measuring 40 × 40 × 100 mm3.

The Laser Boxx is a new laser diode module measuring 40 × 40 × 100 mm3. It is available at 375, 405, 445, 488 and 640 nm wavelengths at output power up to 130 mW in TEM00 circular or elliptical beams. Features include power stability <2 % over 8 hr, noise < 0.5% rms from 10 Hz to 2 MHz, and analog, USB, and RS-232 control interfaces. Applications include flow cytometry and confocal microscopy.
Oxxius
Lannion, France

[email protected]

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LaserBoxx - Laser diode module

The LaserBoxx series, announced by Oxxius, is a new laser diode module offering exceptional optical performance in a driver integrated compact box. The size of only 40x40x100mm3 allows an easy integration into existing instruments. It is available at 375, 405, 445, 488 and 640nm wavelengths at output power up to 130mW in TEM00 circular or cost effective elliptical beams.

Features include outstanding power stability (< 2 % over 8 hours), very low noise (< 0.5% rms from 10 Hz to 2 MHz), fast TTL modulation (< 10 ns rise/ fall times), extended analog modulation (> 2 MHz at -3 dB) and advanced control interfaces (analog, USB and RS232).

The LaserBoxx is built on highly stable mechanical frame to assure exceptional beam pointing stability and then long term output power stability for the Single-Mode fiber coupling option.

Dedicated either to OEM integration or to laboratory use, the LaserBoxx is the perfect choice for Flow Cytometry, Confocal Microscopy and other demanding research or industrial applications.

Oxxius, Lannion, France
[email protected]

Posted by Lee Mather

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