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Continuous Wave Lasers

Solid State Lasers

A complete portfolio of continuous wave lasers ranging in wavelength from the deep UV to the far IR, and power levels from a few mW’s up to multiple Watts.

  • OBIS Lasers - Compact UV, visible, and near-IR lasers with modulation features.
  • Sapphire Lasers - Continuous wave lasers available from 458 nm to 594 nm and ultra-narrow linewidth versions.
  • StingRay and BioRay Lasers - High-quality elliptical dot lasers or flat-top line generators.
  • Genesis Lasers - Continuous wave lasers available from 355 nm to 1154 nm with powers up to 10 W.
  • Verdi Lasers - Powers up to 20 W at 532 nm.
  • CUBE Lasers - Compact UV and visible lasers with a footprint of 40 mm x 100 mm.
  • Compass 115M - Continuous wave green lasers from 5 mW to 20 mW.
  • Laser Diode Modules - High-quality elliptical or circular beams. Also available in line generators.
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What is CW Laser

A continuous wave (CW) laser is any laser that can emit light continuously. CW lasers are used in diverse scientific, medical and commercial applications. The majority of these applications involve imaging, spectroscopy, sensing (interrogation) or signaling. These applications depend on the unique spatial and spectral brightness of laser light. Many of these lasers save costs by featuring direct modulation.

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