The MAKO Fiber Laser Series is a pulsed OEM fiber laser high peak power (>5 kW) Pulses with power greater than 1W with near-Gaussian profile (M²<1.1) output beam. The MAKO pulse width (2 to 60ns) and repetition rate (10 to 4,000 kHz) are continuously adjustable through an analog input control. Output power is also adjustable through a separate digital control. The MAKO OEM is an efficient, ultra-compact (97x78x15mm³ ) and ultra-light, all-fiber OEM unit specifically designed for sensing applications requiring small size.
The Skyline OEM Fiber Laser Series can produce nanosecond pulses with energies up to 40µJ, high peak power (>15 kW) and average output power greater than 15 W with near-diffraction-limited spot size. It comes in either standard or polarization-maintaining (PM) versions and can be customized to meet your specific signal for continuous wave (CW) or pulsed modes for scientific or industrial applications.
The CYBEL BENCHTOP is a user-friendly instrument suitable for manufacturing and R&D applications. The BENCHTOP has an exceptionally stable and reliable performance with turnkey operation. It offers an analog user front panel interface and a USB computer control interface. The front panel has a high definition LCD, which displays the different control parameters and allows continuous adjustment of the output power. The same parameter control can be achieved via the USB port.
MAKO-1030 Pulsed laser @ 1030nm pulse width 2-60ns, Pave: up to 1.5W and Ppeak up to 2.5kW. Control interface RS-232.
PROTEUS-1064 Operate CW and pulsed modes, wavelengths 1030-1090nm, 25GHz line broadening, 1W output in a CW, Ppeak 5kW, 2.5ns pulse-width at 100kHz PRF. Control interface RS-232, control mode ACC & APC.
ARCTIC-1550 is a benchtop self-heterodyne system operating bandwidth from 1510 to 1580nm. This system measures linewidth, stability in time by ESA under two modes: CW and pulse a the wavelength of 1550nm.
ARCTIC-1064 is a benchtop self-heterodyne system operating bandwidth from 1020 to 1100nm. This system measures linewidth, stability in time with and electrical spectrum analyzer (ESA) under two modes: CW and pulse.