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Green lasers from IPG Photonics aid science and medical research

IPG Photonics makes a number of fibre laser systems available specifically to the research community.

CW Green Fibre Lasers
A variety of science and medical research applications can benefit from a green laser and IPG’s GLR series of single-mode, single-frequency, linearly polarised continuous wave (CW) 532 nm fibre lasers with output powers up to 30 W are ideal for these purposes.

  • Diagnostics or particle imaging
  • Holography & interferometry
  • Laser trapping & pumping
  • Velocimetry & flow visualisation

These highly efficient and reliable lasers feature a super-compact lightweight optical head connected to an air-cooled rack-mounted main laser console. The all-fibre construction allows for full range adjustment of output power without changes in power stability or beam mode parameters.

For more information about these or other lasers IPG offers through Elliot Scientific, please contact us.

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Researchers to benefit with expanded range of lasers from IPG Photonics

Elliot Scientific is now able to offer a broader range of CW/modulated lasers and amplifiers with up to 200 W power from IPG Photonics to researchers. These reliable diode-pumped amplifiers and lasers use doped optical fibres as gain media, and all are compact, air-cooled and use direct diode pumping for optimum efficiency.

glr_3The types currently available are:

  • 1.0 micron – Ytterbium-doped fibre lasers & amplifiers
  • 1.5 micron – Erbium-doped fibre lasers, amplifiers & broadband sources
  • 2.0 micron – Thulium-doped fibre lasers
  • Raman fibre lasers operating between 1200 and 1500 nm
  • Green fibre lasers delivering high power at 532 nm

The range includes models available with random or linearly polarised output, single frequency options, and a variety of powers. Please contact us for up to date information.


Photonex London – Elliot Scientific at UCL next week

Next week Elliot Scientific is exhibiting in their first Photonex Roadshow of this year. April 9th is the date, and University College London (UCL) is the venue.  Along with other exhibiting companies, we will be able to demonstrate and discuss our technologies face-to-face with the scientists and researchers who work with the latest tools and techniques in the world of photonics.

As last year, a conference entitled Advances in photonics tools and techniques for the life sciences has been formulated by Dr Chris Dunsby, a joint lecturer between Photonics, Department of Physics and the Division of Experimental Medicine in the Department of Medicine at Imperial College London. Dr Pete Tomlins, Centre for Diagnostic and Oral Sciences. Queen Mary, University of London, Dr Ilias Tachtsidis, Biomedical Optics Research Laboratory, University College London and Dr Cyril Renaud, Ultra-fast Photonics Laboratory, University College London.

A technical programme also runs alongside the exhibition – Latest photonics techniques and instrumentation are a series of photonic tutorials similar to the well established formats used at the annual Photonex.


ECONOS and CARS in Aberdeen: Elliot Scientific to attend next week.

The 11th ECONOS Conference and 31st CARS workshop will be held in Aberdeen in July and Elliot Scientific will be attending.

These annual meetings are devoted to different issues in the rapidly expanding field of nonlinear optical spectroscopy and Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering, discussing theoretical and experimental studies as well as applications in:

  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Engineering
  • Biomedical Research

The conference and exhibition runs from July 8th to 11th and we look forward to seeing you there.


Photonex London – Elliot Scientific at Imperial College next week

Elliot Scientific will be exhibiting at the first in a series of Photonex Roadshows launching this year. April 26th is the date, and Imperial College in London is the venue.  Along with other exhibiting companies, we will be able to demonstrate and discuss our technologies face-to-face with the scientists and researchers who work with the latest tools and techniques in the world of photonics.

In addition, a conference entitled Advances in photonics tools and techniques for the life sciences will be chaired by Dr Chris Dunsby of Imperial College. Dr Simon Schultz, also from Imperial, and Dr Pete Tomlins of Queen Mary, University of London, will also be on the panel.

A technical programme also runs alongside the exhibition – Latest photonics techniques and instrumentation are a series of photonic tutorials similar to the well established formats used at the annual Photonex.