SuperK CHROMATUNE – the World’s broadest tunable laser
The SuperK CHROMATUNE is the World’s broadest tunable laser giving you an unmatched 400-1000 nm tuning range.
CHROMATUNE is a fiber laser, which ensures excellent reliability and a lifetime of thousands of hours. It requires no maintenance or service, no alignment or adjustments.
It is easy to use and lets you focus on your work.
Tunable from 400-1000 nm
Constant output power
On-the-fly variable repetition rate
Alignment & maintenance-free
Software Development Kit (SDK)
Plug & Play accessories
A flexible and convenient light source
Maybe saying that you will never need another laser is taking it too far, but … because of its extremely broad tuning range and constant 1 mW output power, the SuperK CHROMATUNE is ready to cover your wavelength needs.
We know that uptime is important to you. CHROMATUNE is a fiber laser, which ensures excellent reliability and a lifetime of thousands of hours. It requires no maintenance or service, no alignment or adjustments. It is based on our reliable industrial laser platform, and you can trust it to run 24/7. You will always have the light you need.
Versatile & easy to use
We believe that you shouldn’t have to be a laser expert to work with one. Pick your wavelength and press the button to get instant light. It is that easy.
We have designed it for applications such as:
- Lifetime imaging
- Optical characterization
- Plasmonics & metamaterials
Ready. Steady. Go.
A laser that can grow with you
We designed the CHROMATUNE to be extremely easy to use. But flip it into advanced mode, and you can change the linewidth of the laser, increase the power in different wavelength ranges and automate wavelength sweeps and other functionalities. As standard, the laser runs at quasi-CW MHz rep rates, but you can also change that if you are studying lifetime phenomena.
Everything is controlled by our intuitive software interface, but should you need even more control or integration, our free SDK got you covered.
1) Bandwidth increases with the wavelength.
2) Measured within +/-20 nm from the center wavelength.
3) Time required for the laser to tune from one end of the spectrum to the other end.