Bright Microlaser

Bright Microlaser Overview

Bright Microlaser, a member of the Bright Solutions Group, is focused on the development and manufacturing of advanced DPSS Microchip lasers. The company leverages their years of in-house experience on passively q-switched lasers, as well as the technology and factory assets acquired from Concepts Research Corporation, formerly a leading US manufacturer of microchip lasers. Bright Microlaser is continuously advancing the microchip laser technology by developing new enhancements, packages, driver functionalities, and wavelength configurations required to meet the growing industry demands.

Bright Microlaser has pushed its unique microchip laser technology further with the new, completely re-designed all-in-one SB1 model. Thanks to its advanced optical, mechanical and electronic design, the team was able to merge the optical cavity and the driving and monitoring electronics into a single-unit, highly-integrated and rugged laser package, while keeping the same outstanding laser output performance.

In addition to bringing outstanding products to the market, Bright Microlaser is committed to offering a world-class level of quality, customer care and service with their ultra-compact passively q-switched DPSS Microchip Lasers. For pulsed laser applications where size, ruggedness, portability and performance are key, such as 3D scanning, LIDAR, LIBs, and airborne or space applications, the compact, conductively cooled, BrightMicroLaser Microchip Laser series is the ideal solution.

The Bright Solutions Group consists of 4 business units: Bright Solutions, Bright Microlaser, Bright Systems, and Bright Aerospace.

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Microchip Series

Bright Microlaser Microchip SB1 Laser

The Microchip Series, available in the FP3 and P4 packages from BrightMicroLaser, are ultra-compact, passively q-switched DPSS lasers that feature pulse durations from 350 ps to 3 ns, energy levels up to 100 uJ and repetition rates up to 100 kHz. In addition to the fundamental 1064 nm wavelength and its harmonics (532, 355 and 266 nm), we also deliver units emitting at 946 and 473 nm.