532 nm 5 Watt
Compact Air-cooled Fiber Laser

January 4, 2010 - MPB Communications Inc. has introduced yet another wavelength to their Visible Fiber Laser Series at VFL-532. The VFL-P-532 can deliver up to 5 watt of CW power from a compact laser head measuring only 132mm x 50mm x 30mm (L x W x H).

MPB's 532-nm Visible Fiber LaserThe laser emitting head is connected to the drive laser unit via an armored optical fiber cable. The emitting head is in a compact, ultra robust enclosure that can withstand vibration up to 2G in the vertical and horizontal plane. The all-fusion-spliced optical train eliminates the traditional concern of keeping optics clean and cavity alignment sensitivity to temperature and mechanical vibrations.  This high reliability maintenance free laser comes with a user-friendly graphical user interface.

The compact 5W 532nm laser was developed as an alternative to the larger, high power consumption, water-cooled laser sysem as it will allow the end user to provide integration solutions that were not possible before in areas of Optical Molecular Imaging, Flow Cytometry, Microscopy, DNA Analysis and Cell sorting and Sequencing. Other applications include Lithography, Holography, Interferometry, Forensics and Spectroscopy.

Other wavelengths available in the VFL-Series include 514, 560, 580, 592, 628, & 642 nm.

About MPB Communications Inc.

MPB Communications Inc. has been supplying lasers and amplifications products to the Photonics Community for over 25 years.  With products for the telecommunications, aerospace, defense and scientific markets, MPBC is renown for highly reliable, innovative designs.  All R&D and manufacturing is conducted in the company’s North American facilities.  MPB Communications Inc. also undertakes customized designs, based on customer requests.  For more information, please contact Claudette Linton at +1-514-694-8751

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