Laser Components is pleased to offer the improved NIR-MX800-LN intensity modulator from iXBlue
Laser Components is proud to present PRONTO-250-PLUS, the latest model in Gentec-EO's PRONTO line of pocket-sized laser probes
Laser Components now offers Photodigm’s single spatial and longitudinal mode DBR laser diodes, spanning wavelengths from 760nm – 1,083nm
Laser Components has released new Silicon APD arrays - the SAH1L12 series
As an alternative to either roof prisms or Porro prisms, Laser Components has introduced the Roof Mirror, two first-surface mirrors assembled to form a 90° corner with great accuracy
Laser Components has introduced a 520nm Flexpoint Mini laser diode module. Its optical power can be set to any value between 0.4-5mW
Laser Components has added easy to use, high power, fibre coupled sources with wavelength stabilisation at 793nm, 915nm and 976nm to its existing range of laser diodes.
Whether it is the eerie setting of an abandoned nuclear power plant, or the chaotic scenes of an active warzone, there are areas in the world considered too dangerous to travel in without assistance. Instead, we often rely on a range of robust technologies that are able to enter these hazardous environments and obtain accurate data without putting lives at risk.
The emergence of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or drones, in recent years has created a cost-effective means of sending various analytical tools into dangerous areas.
Laser Components offers five new bandpass filters for pyroelectric detectors
From correcting vision to treating cancer, lasers have a variety of uses inside hospitals and clinics. As with any application involving a laser, rigorous attention needs to be paid to safety. However, this becomes more difficult when the user isn’t an engineer and may be performing delicate life-saving procedures.