Lasers Products & Services

  1. M2 Laser Beam Propagation Analyzer: M2-200s
    3/2/2015

    M2 measurements determine a laser beam’s waist width and divergence and measures how closely a beam’s mode content correlates to a pure TEM00 (transverse electromagnetic mode) beam – indicating the quality of the laser under test.

  2. Digital Encoder Galvano Scanner: GM-1000 Series
    2/25/2015

    The GM-1000 series of digital encoder galvano scanners is comprised of four different models with variations in beam diameter, scan angles, small step response, and resolution. Each model has a compact physical profile, super low thermal drift, and extreme high resolution, precision, and accuracy.

  3. High Accuracy Laser Beam Dimensional Measurement: NanoScan™ 1
    2/23/2015

    The NanoScanTM 1 is a scanning slit beam profiler that acquires laser beams with 12-bit digitization. It then measures and analyzes the laser’s beam and pulse frequency to help determine accuracy and stability. The system can measure beam sizes from microns to centimeters, and from power ranges in the microwatts to over kilowatts, often times without the need for attenuation. Additionally, the beam profiler can be outfitted with different detector types in order to work with lasers operating at wavelengths from UV to far IR.  

  4. High-Resolution Laser Spectrum Analyzer: 771 Series
    2/7/2015

    Bristol Instruments’ model 771 is a high-resolution laser spectrum analyzer that measures the spectral characteristics of CW and high-repetition rate pulsed lasers that operate from 375 nm to 12 μm. Laser wavelength is measured to +/- 0.0001 nm and spectral resolution is as high as 2 GHz.

  5. Laser Beam Diagnostics: PyroCam™ Pyroelectric Array Camera
    2/2/2015

    Pyrocam pyroelectric array cameras by Ophir Photonics have been designed to create clear and illuminating images of IR and UV laser beam profiles in both 2D and 3D views. They cover the 13 to 355nm and 1.06 to >3000µm spectral ranges and can be used with CO2 lasers, telecom NIR lasers, THz sources, excimer lasers, and Nd:YAG lasers.

  6. Laser Beam Measurement Software: BeamGage®
    1/29/2015

    Accurately determining a laser beam’s size, shape, uniformity, and approximate expected power distribution are absolutely critical to understand in today’s boundary pushing laser designs. BeamGage beam profiling software is based on Ultracal, the company’s patented baseline correction algorithm that helped establish the ISO 11146-3 standard for beam measurement accuracy. Ultracal is the only beam profiler algorithm to set the baseline to zero and in the center of the noise. BeamGage also features BeamMaker® - a modal beam generator that simulates laser beam profile data as if it were coming from an external camera, including input conditions like signal-to-noise, background offset, and bits per pixel resolution. BeamMaker is to laser analysis as a function generator is to an oscilloscope.

  7. Nd:YAG Laser Optics and Coatings
    12/27/2014

    These Nd:YAG laser mirrors and coatings have high damage thresholds and high durability tolerance. Their standard coatings for these types of optics are ideal for laser manufacturers, systems integrators, or laser system end users.

  8. Excimer Laser Optics
    12/26/2014

    Acton Optics’ offers laser mirrors, laser beamsplitters, and highly efficient AR coatings for all excimer wavelengths (157nm, 193nm, 248nm, 308nm, and 353nm). They’re designed to meet the most demanding applications in the medical, semiconductor, industrial, and research markets.

  9. Fiber Coupled and Free Beam Laser Diode Modules: LDM Laser Series
    12/20/2014

    These laser diode modules are ideal for use in applications involving bioanalytical research, particle measurements, confocal microscopy, metrology, industrial measurements, testing, medical and/or scientific research, and academic research.

  10. Multi-Wavelength Laser Modules and Beam Combiners
    12/20/2014

    The LASOS® System Series is comprised of multi-wavelength laser modules and beam combiners with different designs for a variety of solutions. They’re available with free beam or fiber output options and in benchtop form and installable sub-systems. To date, two different models in the series are available.