Violet laser module from Power Technology provides 405 nm at 250 mW

Dec. 30, 2011
An instrument-quality (IQ) violet laser diode module provides 250 mW of output power at 405 nm for laser-induced fluorescence, microscopy, spectroscopy, flow cytometry, cancer detection, remote optical sensing, holography, and illumination.
Power Technology instrument-quality violet laser module
Power Technology instrument-quality violet laser module

An instrument-quality (IQ) violet laser diode module provides 250 mW of output power at 405 nm for laser-induced fluorescence, microscopy, spectroscopy, flow cytometry, cancer detection, remote optical sensing, holography, and illumination. Features include a PID temperature controller and current source, which provide wavelength and output stability.
Power Technology
Little Rock, AR

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“Power Technology Introduces 405nm 250mW IQ (Instrument Quality) Laser Module”

LITTLE ROCK, AR, November 9, 2011– Power Technology, Inc., a leader in the Photonics Industry for over 40 years, announced today that it is now offering a new IQ (Instrument Quality) Violet laser diode module with 250mW of output power at 405nm. This first of its kind laser is a significant improvement in single mode output power. The new higher-power Violet laser diode module is designed to further meet our customer’s high-end OEM Analytical and General Scientific laser application needs. These applications include Laser-Induced Fluorescence, Microscopy, Spectroscopy, Lithography, Data Storage, Flow Cytometry, Cancer Detection, Remote Optical Sensing, Holography, and Illumination.

William Burgess, VP of Operations, remarked, “We have designed the highest power single-mode 405nm laser that delivers an output power at over twice the level previously available in the industry. Our new IQ (Instrument Quality) Violet laser module delivers the accuracy and power needed to solve complex scientific problems and is specifically designed to better serve the increasing need for power, temperature, and wavelength stability”. He concluded, “The addition of the single-mode 405nm 250mW IQ further demonstrates our capabilities in addressing our customers’ analytical and scientific application needs.”

Mr. Burgess added,”We are excited that PTI’s US manufactured laser modules continue to deliver the highest output power and fastest modulation speeds of any similar laser modules on the market today. Our superior electronics together with CW and pulsed power offerings ensure that even the most demanding solutions can be addressed.”

For additional information on PTI’s complete line of custom laser modules and to discuss your specific application needs, contact our team of professional Sales Engineers today. They can be reached at [email protected] or via phone at (501) 407-0712.

Power Technology, Inc., established in 1969, designs, manufactures, and distributes laser diode products for Fortune 500 and other companies which include OEM analytical, biomedical, industrial, semiconductor inspection, defense & security and machine vision applications. Products include laser diode modules with wavelengths from 263nm to 13,900nm that span the UV, Blue, Green, Red and Infrared range, temperature stabilized modules, lasers with beam circularization, and CW, pulsed, and modulated lasers. PTI also represents Sanyo and Opnext (formerly Hitachi) laser diodes as a factory authorized distributor.


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