The Aero Series is a high-energy DPSS laser that operates at less than 15 nanoseconds and with average power up to 200mJ at 1064nm and 100mJ at 532nm. All models come enclosed in an extremely compact and ruggedized single unit with a conductively cooled heatsink with a water-cooled option. It comes with available options for beam expanding and collimating optics. This new laser series is ideal for applications like LIBS, spectroscopy, and Atmospheric LIDAR.
CPFL-1.5a: 1.5µm OEM Fiber Laser
CPFL-1.5at: 1.5µm Wavelength Stabilized OEM Fiber Laser
CPFL-1.5t: 1.5µm Ultra-Compact OEM Fiber Laser
FP3-1064-2-100: 1064nm Microchip Laser
wavelength (nm) output power (W) pulse energy (uJ) pulse width series q-switch typeOverview of FP3-1064-2-100: The FP3-1064-2-100 of our Microchip Series is a short nanosecond pulsed, 2uJ, low SWaP, ultra-compact, 100 kHz, passively... Read More
FP3-1064-2-55: 1064nm Microchip Laser
wavelength (nm) output power (W) pulse energy (uJ) pulse width series q-switch typeOverview of FP3-1064-2-55: The FP3-1064-2-55 of our Microchip Series is a short nanosecond pulsed, 2uJ, low SWaP, ultra-compact, 55 kHz, passively Q-... Read More
FP3-532-0.3-100: 532nm Microchip Laser
wavelength (nm) output power (W) pulse energy (uJ) pulse width series q-switch typeOverview of FP3-532-0.3-100: The FP3-532-0.3-100 of our Microchip Series is a short nanosecond pulsed, 0.3uJ, low SWaP, ultra-compact, 100 kHz, passi... Read More
FP3-532-0.3-55: 532nm Microchip Laser
wavelength (nm) output power (W) pulse energy (uJ) pulse width series q-switch typeOverview of FP3-532-0.3-55: The FP3-1064-15-15 of our Microchip Series is a short nanosecond pulsed, 0.3uJ, low SWaP, ultra-compact, 55 kHz, passivel... Read More
HFL-1: 1µm Band High Power Pulsed Fiber Laser
wavelength (nm) output power (W) pulse energy (uJ) pulse width series q-switch typeHFL-1– Pulsed Fiber Laser The HFL-1 is a high energy q-switched 1064nm wavelength stabilized OEM fiber laser from Bktel. This ultra-compact,... Read More
HFL: 1550nm High Power Pulsed Fiber Laser
Vento-1064-100: 1064nm Picosecond DPSS Laser
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- DPSS Lasers are diode-pumped solid-state lasers use for a wide variety of applications.
- Flashlamp Lasers use a flash lamp as the pump source of the YAG Crystal.
- Fiber Lasers use an optical fiber as the gain medium.
- Microchip Lasers or Micro Lasers are compact passively q-switch lasers.
- Mil-Spec Lasers are designed for rugged environments seen in military and some aerospace applications.
- Ultrafast lasers have a pulse width <10 picoseconds.
- Custom Lasers are needed in many applications.
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- Femtosecond Lasers are often used for micromachining and optogenetics applications.
- Picosecond Lasers are used for micromachining applications.
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- Millisecond Lasers are a long-pulsed Nd: YAG laser for hair removal.
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- Active Q-Switch Lasers allow the precise control of both the pulse width and repetition rate of the laser.
- Passive Q-Switch Lasers contain a Saturable Absorber that when continuously pumped produces a regular pulse train. Passive Q-Switch lasers cannot usually precisely control the pulse externally.
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