Lasers Products & Services

  1. Sealed CO2 Lasers
    6/23/2010
    Synrad's objective has always been to develop high technology products that are easy to integrate into a wide range of applications, and to make your use of our laser technology as simple and straightforward as possible.
  2. Microchip Laser
    5/27/2010
    RPMC Lasers offers a line of mil-spec microchip laser devices. These passively Q-switched microchip lasers emit sub-nanosecond, high-peak-power pulses from industry standard opto-electronic packages.
  3. 622nm - 1850nm Laser Diodes
    5/27/2010
    RPMC Lasers is focused on broad stripe multimode laser diodes largely in the esoteric wavelengths with an emphasis on the red laser diodes modules and Infrared wavelengths.
  4. Industrial Lasers for Pumping Applications
    2/15/2010
    A new class of applications are being pursued with Laser Operations LLC / QPC Lasers semiconductor lasers because of their high brightness, high power performance.
  5. Semiconductor Diode Lasers and Visible Lasers for Medical Applications
    2/12/2010
    Laser Operations LLC / QPC Lasers’ high brightness semiconductor diode laser technology is enabling diode lasers to be used directly in a new range of medical applications where previously gas or solid state lasers were the only solution.
  6. Semiconductor Lasers for Defense
    1/25/2010
    A new class of applications are being pursued with QPC Lasers because of their high brightness, high efficiency and power performance.
  7. High Brightness Diode Laser Array: Brightlock® Stack
    12/21/2009
    Stacked Diode Laser Array: Brightlock by Laser Operations LLC / QPC Lasers
  8. Fiber Laser Pumping Diode Laser: BrightLock® Ultra-100 Series
    12/20/2009
    Laser Operations LLC / QPC Lasers Introduces the BrightLock® Ultra-100™ Diode Laser Series for Fiber Laser Pumping and Direct Applications
  9. KTN Deflector
    4/2/2009

    This reflector by NTT-AT can scan a laser beam for both continuous and step scanning modes by controlling voltage. The operation wavelength is in the 488-3500 nm range. The scanner chip is composed of a small KTN crystal chip with electrodes. This makes it possible to reduce the device size to 1/100 compared to moving mirrors such as polygon and galvanic mirrors.