Lasence offers a variety of RYG laser modules. Based on our patented self-frequency-doubling-laser-crystal technology we are able to generate a wide selection of wavelengths in the green and yellow spectrum. With our 545nm dot and line laser modules we offer standardized and customized solutions. These take advantage of using a wavelength which is nearly twice as bright as standard 532nm DPSS lasers and 3 times brighter than green LD solutions with comparable output power. Applications include Laser Level, Laser Sights, Show Lasers, Medical Pilot Lasers, Patient Positioning, Laser Imaging and Laser Displays.
HIGH POWER LASER
Lasence’s UV to IR High Power Lasers are used in a number of applications: Material Processing, Laser Displays, Remote Sensing (e.g. LIDAR), Medical Applications, Military Applications and Fundamental Science. We offer both free space and fiber-coupled solutions.
SINGLE FREQUENCY LASER
Lasence’s UV to IR Single Frequency Lasers achieve stable single frequency output power. Our lasers operate in single longitudinal mode and TEM00 mode. Features are reliability, a narrow spectral width and long coherence length. All products have an excellent wavelength stability and low noise. Applications for our Single Frequency Lasers are Holography, Raman Spectroscopy, Interferometry, Optical Metrology, High-Resolution Spectroscopy (e.g. LIDAR), Optical Fiber Communications, Optical Data Storage, Atomic Physics, Precision Measurement and Biomedical Applications. We also offer Single Longitudinal Mode and Narrow Linewidth Lasers.
LOW NOISE LASER
Lasence offers a wide selection of reliable UV to IR Low Noise Lasers which can be used in a variety of bio-photonics and industrial applications. Features are low noise emission of less than 0.2% RMS, compact and long lifetime. Further benefits are an excellent beam quality of TEM00, low M2 values, and excellent power and pointing stability. Our low noise products can be used for the following applications: Super Resolution Imaging, Holography, Confocal Microscopy, Flow Cytometry, DNA Sequencing, Fluorescence Excitation, Polymer Curing, Material Analysis and Laser Marking.