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Range of optical products

Photonic Solutions is the UK distributor of an extensive range of JDSU HeNe lasers, offering power outputs from 0.5mW to 22.5mW at 633nm. These low noise, high power stability, and long life HeNe lasers are suitable for applications in areas such as flow cytometry, metrology, semiconductor inspection, laser induced fluorescence, alignment and high-speed printing. All JDSU HeNe lasers feature their patented close-cathode design that rapidly and uniformly distributes discharge heat throughout the laser, resulting in excellent thermal, beam-pointing, and power stability.

Also via Photonic Solutions, Becker and Hickl continue to expand their range of Simple-Tau tabletop TCSPC (Time Correlated Single Photon Counting) systems with the release of the Simple-Tau 154. This model features up to four fully parallel TCSPC channels and brings the number of available models in the Simple-Tau range to five, offering the flexibility of single, dual or four channel TCSPC detection with 8ps IRF, 813fs temporal resolution and count rates up to 40MHz.

Latest developments from Quantronix see the company expand their ultrafast laser product line to include TeraWatt (1TW = 1012W) output power in a compact and low cost package. The Thor HE is a 10Hz amplifier with ODIN front end producing more than 30mJ at 30fs (i.e. >1TW) with the complete system including broad band seed laser and pump lasers.

Finally, among the latest products from High Q Laser, which Photonic Solutions are distributing in the UK, is the high-power, ultra-fast, picoREGEN UC-Industrial. This laser is a compact, all-in-one picosecond amplifier, supplying 12ps pulses at 1064nm at repetition rates from single shot to 500kHz and with a power of up to 30W. High Q's picoREGEN UC-Industrial laser has been specifically designed and tested to meet industrial demands. Ideal for high speed micro- and nano-processing without thermal effects, the laser can be utilised in a wide range of applications in areas such as micro/nano processing, semiconductor processing, medical life sciences, ultra-fast spectroscopy and non-linear optics.