ProPhotonix Adds Blue Photon Laser Diode Module
488nm laser diode module offers a compact, reliable solution for industrial and medical applications
ProPhotonix, a designer and manufacturer of LED illumination systems and laser diode modules with operations in Ireland and the UK, has announced the extension of its Photon laser module series to include the new 488nm Photon module.
The Photon laser diode module range has been designed for OEM use. The compact and self-contained design is said to offer high reliability and is available with CW or TTL modulation. The module is available with output powers of 5mW, 10mW and 20mW. Elliptical spot and line options are available.
"The extension of the Photon range, to incorporate the 488nm, demonstrates our commitment to integrating the latest in laser diode technology into our modules for our OEM customers." Jeremy Lane, managing director of Laser Operations at ProPhotonix commented.
Applications for the module include alignment applications, fluorescence, spectroscopy and particle measurement.
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