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Koheras has extended the wavelength range of the SuperK family to wavelengths below 400nm, enabling true white light performance.

The broad wavelength range now covers 400-2,400nm, with true single mode performance over the wide spectrum and 700mW of light emitted in the visible spectrum resulting in high spectral power density in the full range down to 400 nm.

The emitted light is quasi-continuous at 80MHz, which is especially important in fields as confocal microscopy and semiconductor inspection, where speed of acquisition provides higher throughput. This new model is based on the Super modular concept and built using industrially reliable and commercially available components in combination with a single-mode amplifier based upon the unique Large Mode Area photonic crystal fibre technology enabling state of the art stability performance.

Thus, the source inherits the reliable performance and unique features of the SuperK product family. Furthermore, the SpectraK range of wavelength tuning accessory products together with the SuperK sources allows access to any wavelength in the 400nm-2,000nm spectrum and can be provided as one turn-key system.