CW Lasers (continuous-wave lasers) emit a continuous stream of laser light, unlike pulsed lasers. Pulsed lasers store energy and emit the stored, concentrated energy in periodic bursts or pulses. Indeed, RPMC Lasers offers a wide selection of Continuous-Wave (CW) Lasers and Diode Modules. For example: Laser Diode (LD) Modules, DPSS Lasers, HeNe and Argon-Ion Gas Lasers, Fiber Lasers, Line Modules, Multi-Wavelength Combiners, and Custom Lasers. CW Lasers and Modules are available in the UV, Violet, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, Red, NIR, SWIR, MWIR, and LWIR wavelength regimes. Available output powers range from 0.5mW up to 100W. These single-mode and multimode CW offerings are available with either free-space or fiber-coupled output. Furthermore, along with standard output, narrow linewidth or broadband output options are also available. Finally, our laser package options range from simple laser diodes, to modules to full turn-key systems.
Our CW Lasers provide utility in the Life Science, Medical, and Industrial markets. Therefore, we support many applications, including our focused, CW applications. For example: Flow Cytometry, DNA Sequencing, Confocal & Fluorescence Microscopy, Optogenetics, Aesthetics, Dental, Photodynamic Therapy, Raman Spectroscopy, Interferometry, Machine Vision, Holography, Laser Pumping and Seeding, and many others.
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