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Our 594 nm laser

Here are our selection of 594 nm lasers. These CW, single frequency, diode pumped lasers can be used individually, modulated with an integrated AOM or combined with other wavelengths into laser combiner. If its tunable lasers you need at 594 nm then the C-WAVE is an option. Perfect for fluorescence microscopy, Raman, optogenetics and flow cytometry. Make a selection below:

  • Cobolt 04-01 Series

    Single frequency, CW diode pumped lasers

    Wavelength: 457 nm – 1064 nm
    Power: 25 mW – 400 mW
    Applications: Raman, microscopy, LDV, DLS

    Single frequency, CW diode pumped lasers

    The Cobolt 04-01 Series lasers are continuous-wave diode-pumped lasers (DPL) operating at a fixed wavelength between 457 nm and 1064 nm. Single frequency operation provides an ultra narrow spectral linewidth, long coherence length and excellent spectral purity. The lasers are designed and manufactured to ensure a high level of reliability.

    • 457 nm - 1064 nm, CW up to 400 mW
    • Linewidth < 1 MHz
    • TEM00 beam
    • Low noise, <0.25% rms
    • Wavelength stability <1 pm (over ± 2 °C and 8 hrs)
    • Optional integrated modulation up to 3MHz
    • Fiber pigtailed option
    • Ultra-robust, hermetically sealed packages, proven reliability
    • Up to 24 months warranty, unlimited hours

    Applications

    Perfect for interferometry, Raman, holography, microscopy.
  • C-FLEX

    The compact and flexible laser combiner

    Wavelength: 375 nm – 1064 nm
    Power: 50 mW – 1000 mW
    Applications: Microscopy, Raman, holography

    The compact and flexible laser combiner

    The C-FLEX laser combiners are available in three platform sizes (C4, C6, and C8) and can be equipped with up to 4, 6, or 8 Cobolt lasers. The C-FLEX laser combiners can be fully customized to your needs or selected from a range of standard application-specific configurations. The very broad range of wavelengths that can be integrated includes both diode laser technology with high speed modulation capability as well as diode pumped laser with single-frequency operation, which allows for flexible custom configurations specific to application and experimental requirements.
    • Available wavelengths: 375 nm to 1064 nm, up to 1000 mW
    • Easy to install and field upgradeable
    • High speed modulation
    • Fiber coupling with options for multiple outputs

    Applications

    Fluorescence Microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, and holography.
  • C-WAVE Series

    Widely tunable continuous-wave lasers

    Wavelength: 450 nm – 1900 nm
    Power: 200 mW – 1000 mW
    Applications: Nanophotonics, quantum research, Raman (TERS)

    Widely tunable continuous-wave lasers

    C-WAVE tunable lasers are widely tunable continuous wave (cw) laser light sources based on optical parametric oscillator (OPO) technology.
    • Wavelength coverage from 450 nm up to 3.5 µm
    • Up to 250 nm gap-free tuning range in the visible 
    • Single frequency operation with < 500 kHz typical linewidth
    • Output powers up to Watt-level
    C-WAVE tunable lasers offer several tuning mechanisms, ranging from a fully automated wavelength approach to truly continuous mode-hope free scans over tens of GHz. In closed-loop operation, a long term frequency stability as good as +/- 2 MHz over hours can be achieved. Other features to highlight are an exceptionally low level of amplified spontaneous emission and an excellent spatial beam profile and beam pointing stability.

    Model Overview

    Two design platforms allow to adapt C-WAVE tunable lasers to application specific requirements. For the C-WAVE VIS and C-WAVE IR platform a 532 nm pump laser is used, available in low power and high power version. The platform for C-WAVE GTR and C-WAVE NIR employs a 780 nm pump laser. C-WAVE tuning range

    Applications

    C-WAVE tunable lasers are field proven in applications such as color center research and other Quantum technologies, Nanophotonics, holography, Raman spectroscopy, fluorescence microscopy, and high resolution spectroscopy.