640nm Lasers

What are 640nm Lasers?

640nm red laser diodes and red laser CW modules are available with both single-mode and multi-mode beam profiles. They have either free space or fiber coupled outputs.

The diode laser packages are ideal for OEM applications. Laser modules are available for either OEM or plug and play applications.

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Picture Part Number Type Wavelength (nm) Output power (W) Mode Output Linewidth Pulse energy (uJ) Pulse width Rep rate
HL640: 640nm Laser Diode HL640 Single Emitter 640 0.045 Single-Mode Lasers Free Space
LPX-640 CW DPSS Lasers 640 0.300, 0.500 Single-Mode Lasers Free Space, MM Fiber, SM Fiber, PM Fiber
Solo-640 Solo-640 CW DPSS Lasers 640 0.500, 0.750, 1.0 Single-Mode Lasers Free Space Narrow

HL Series

TG420

The HL Series of laser diodes are available in a wide range of wavelengths from violet to red and infrared in support of a broad range of applications. These applications include display, medical, biosciences, industrial tools (sensor, leveler), machine vision, scanners, printers and a myriad of other applications being developed in the industry.

LaserBoxx Low Noise Series

The LaserBoxx low noise Series is a CW diode laser module in a variety of diode wavelengths from 375 to 785nm, with output powers up to 350mW. This compact, self-contained laser module is available in turn-key or OEM versions and utilizes a proprietary alignment-free, monolithic resonator, and comes standard with a graphic user interface with remote diagnostics via USB, RS232, or direct I/O interface.

Skylark Series

The Skylark series of ultrareliable, high performance, CW single-frequency lasers are available at a variety of wavelengths with high average powers, making them well suited for a variety of highly specialized scientific and industrial applications. BRaMMS Technology® enables superior performance, high output powers, and outstanding beam properties in an overall compact footprint. The Skylark series of lasers are utilized in a range of applications including holography, metrology, spectroscopy, and quantum technology.