Primarily aimed at designers of laser systems using intense pulsed light (IPL), Luso Electronics has announced a new cost-effective range of power modules
Amplifiers and power supplies
Founded in 1967 by Joseph Sweeney and Mr. Henry Spoldi, Pico Electronics was established to improve and reduce the size of transformers and converters – which at the time were quite large. They began developing miniature and ultra-miniature units of high quality and reliability for military specifications and commercial air flight applications. With the new technologies that allow for surface mounting and other installation venues, Pico Electronics has come to be known as “the” resource for ‘anything that flies’ using a miniature transformer, inductor, or DC-DC converter.
At Photonics West booth 311, Laser Quantum is displaying an optical parametric chirped pulse amplifier (OPCPA) system
Boston Electronics is currently demonstrating its new Chop-In Opus 1 digital dual-phase lock-in amplifier and phase-locked optical chopper combination at Photonics West booth 814
Wavelength Electronics designs and manufactures robust laser diode drivers and temperature controllers for OEM and research. Our ultrastable, high precision components are used widely in a variety of optical applications.
Unilase has launched a compact single-stage laser amplifier that can scale-up low power seed lasers
The Opera-F is a new optical parametric amplifier (OPA) from Coherent that delivers wide tuning, high conversion efficiency, and sub-100fs pulse duration when pumped by the company's Monaco ytterbium ultrafast amplifier
Macom Technology Solutions, a supplier of radio-frequency, microwave, millimetre wave and photonic products, has introduced the MAAP-011232, a two-stage, 1W driver amplifier featuring gain shut off and operating from 100MHz to 3GHz
The new McPherson 671MX amplifier is a high vacuum compatible, current-to-voltage converting amplifier developed for use with vacuum ultraviolet silicon photodiodes
Alphanov and Muquans have developed a frequency doubling module that generate several watts in regions of the visible spectrum previously difficult to reach