The new LuxX.HSA diode lasers from the laser specialist Omicron present themselves with innovative functions and extended performance features in a compact design
Under the name LuxX.HSA, laser specialist Omicron introduces a new diode laser series that sets new standards in modulation speed.
With ultra-fast, analogue modulation of intensity up to 150 megahertz, digital modulation with more than 250 megahertz and an electronic shutter with full modulation depth up to more than 500 kilohertz, the LuxX.HSA lasers have unique modulation speeds in their compact size of only four by four by ten centimeters.
Versatile customer-configurable input signals such as TTL, 0…1V and differential modulation signals allow easy integration of the lasers into customer designs.
The LuxX.HSA diode lasers are equipped with integrated RS-232 and USB2.0 interfaces, which enable fast and easy interaction with the
application. The innovative Omicron optics compensate astigmatism.
The beam is thus generated with a diameter of approximately one millimetre or optionally 0.7mm 1/e². The focus is absolutely round, which is particularly important for microlithographic applications.
For biotechnological applications, the new product family of the laser specialist is the first choice, as the LuxX.HSA laser provides over 30 different wavelengths from 375 to 1550 nm as a directly modulatable and compact light source.
The lasers are available with optical output powers of up to 500mW in single-mode operation.
Omicron's new LuxX.HSA diode lasers will go into series production in the third quarter of 2019 and will be presented at the world's leading trade show “Laser 2019 – World of Photonics” from June 24 to 27, 2019 in Munich in Hall B2, Booth 115.
More information about Omicron's laser products is available at www.omicron-laser.de
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