Diode lasers use laser diodes as beam sources. One advantage of laser diodes is their extremely small dimensions, which are reflected in the compactness of diode laser systems. The spectral properties of laser diodes can be optimized both electrically and optically for a wide range of applications. For example, low optical feedback for laser radiation can lead to an extremely low spectral bandwidth for a laser diode. Laser 2000 offers diode laser systems and modules for applications in fluorescence microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, flow cytometry, measurement technology, and more.
Compact UV diode laser module with 10 mW CW optical power at 261 nm.
Lasy 633 easily replaces conventional He-Ne lasers, e.g. in phase shifting interferometers.