Cobolt Twist

Cobolt released a higher power model of its Cobolt Twist 457nm laser on the 05-01 Series platform

Expansion of 06-01 series

Cobolt has introduced a new wavelength of 553nm on the Cobolt 06-01 Series of plug and play CW lasers. The 06-DPL 553nm (diode pumped laser) is available with up to 50mW and offers direct intensity modulation (analog and digital) at up to 5 kHz.


Cobolt, a Swedish manufacturer of high performance lasers, will show a range of new products at Photonics West and BiOS

Catching fleeting catalytic intermediates by high speed 785 nm NIR Raman spectroscopy

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It is only in the last two decades that Raman spectroscopy has begun to realize its potential as an almost universally applicable analytical technique from materials and life sciences applications to point of care analysis. This is pri­marily thanks to the availability of compact laser sources, high sensitivity cameras and high resolution compact spectrometers.

Storming the brain

The need to understand the human brain is driving the development of new optical technologies, finds Gemma Church

Cobolt Tor XS

Cobolt has launched the Cobolt Tor XS, a high performance Q-switched laser at 1,064nm designed for OEM integration into hand-held or portable instruments targeting LIBS applications

Tunable, narrow bandwidth mid-IR laser sources for compact trace gas analysis systems with ppb sensitivity

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The ultimate instrumentation for trace gas analysis and detection in air quality monitoring as well as industrial process control would be one that can simultaneously provide a sensitive, selective, and fast, multi-gas measurement with wide dynamic range all in a compact and robust system. One of the few such promising technologies that can deliver these requirements is laser based photoacoustic spectroscopy (PAS).

Gas Sensing using tunable mid-IR lasers and Photoacoustic spectroscopy (PAS)

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Although the technique of Photo-Acoustic Spectroscopy (PAS) has been around for over a century, the method has been somewhat limited in sensitivity due to the microphone and laser technology. In recent years improvements have been made on both these fronts which mean that PAS is now viewed as an advanced method for very sensitive trace gas analysis and detection.


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