The SuperK series is an industry-leading range of turn-key supercontinuum white light lasers used by the most innovative companies within bio-imaging, semicon, device characterization, and scientific instrumentation.
High-end white light lasers
Industrial lasers for OEM integration
Affordable entry level lasers
Koheras single-frequency lasers offer narrow linewidth and extremely low phase- and intensity noise levels. Available in the Erbium or Ytterbium wavelength ranges and with frequency conversion to many other bands. The all-fiber DFB design ensures robust and reliable operation for thousands of hours.
Robust and compact OEM laser modules
Modular line card laser and amplifier system
High power UV & VIS fiber lasers
The first all-in-one, single-box, microjoule femtosecond laser on the market. The laser head, controller, and air-cooling system are all integrated into one robust package so small it fits in your hand luggage.
High power tunable femtosecond OPO
High energy femtosecond lasers
Low noise femtosecond soliton seed laser
aeroPULSE is our ultrafast fiber laser platform. Robust, industrial, and available in both pico- and femtosecond flavors. If you are looking for a laser to run 24/7, the aeroPULSE series is for you.
High power narrow linewidth picosecond fiber lasers
High power femtosecond fiber lasers
High power femtosecond fiber laser
With external trigger functionality, nano- to picosecond pulse duration, and a wide range of wavelengths, the KATANA & PILAS series are our most versatile offering.
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High power pulsed lasers
Pulsed diode lasers at many different wavelengths
Optical fibers are at the heart of everything we do. From nonlinear fibers for octave-spanning supercontinuum generation, over the World’s largest single-mode ytterbium gain fibers for high power lasers and amplifiers, to advanced hollow-core fibers guiding the light in air.
High power ytterbium fiber gain modules
Broadband single-mode fiber delivery
Ytterbium large mode area double clad fibers
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