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Hübner Photonics

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Hübner Photonics, a new division in the Hübner Group, will exhibit a new wavelength control feature onboard its C-Wave laser, called Absolute Lambda. Absolute Lambda can automate the wavelength selection with high accuracy (set point ±1MHz) and drift-free wavelength stabilisation (±1MHz). 

The C-Wave is a tunable, single frequency CW laser, covering 450-650nm at 200mW and 900-1,300nm at up to 400mW. The device has been developed as a high precision and versatile laser serving demanding applications in atomic physics and quantum optics.