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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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November 2016 Newsletter Out Now

November 2016 NewsletterThe Elliot Scientific November newsletter is now available. In this issue, Energetiq Technologies is all aglow with the launch of their latest and most powerful EQ-77 Laser Driven Light Source, Mad City Labs engineer a range of UHV-friendly piezo-driven nanopositioning stages, IPG Photonics release continuous wave Raman fibre lasers, and Neoptix determines if industrial processes are hot or not with Reflex.

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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.


December 2015 Newsletter Out Now

December 2015 NewsletterThe Elliot Scientific December newsletter is now available. In this issue, Elliot Scientific and OZ Optics show off their glass-wares, Integrated Optics reveals the new MatchBox 2 series of compact lasers, Micro Laser Systems unveils new collimators for the SWIR waveband, Winter holidays and more.

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November 2015 Newsletter Out Now

November 2015 NewsletterThe Elliot Scientific November newsletter is now available. In this issue, new IPG fibre lasers, new THz-frequency contact probing from Lake Shore, New multi-channel temperature monitor from Neoptix, plus photoluminescence microspectroscopy from CRAIC Technologies and more.

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New IPG fibre lasers available to researchers through Elliot Scientific

A broader range of IPG Photonics‘ reliable diode-pumped lasers and amplifiers using doped optical fibres as gain media are now available to researchers through Elliot Scientific, including the newly introduced Raman series of orange and red lasers.

The four groups of laser systems, encompassing dozens of individual models, offer a choice in terms of power output, polarisation mode, pulsed or continuous wave, plus single or multimode, and single frequency options. Choose from:RFL-sq

  • 1.0 micron Ytterbium-doped fibre lasers & amplifiers
    Continuous wave (CW), Q-switched and single frequency diode-pumped solid-state fibre lasers, as well as diode-pumped fibre amplifiers, for coherent or spectral beam combining, sensors, He3 pumping, optical tweezers and SHG applications
  • 1.5 micron Erbium-doped fibre lasers, amplifiers & broadband sources
    Around 1500 nm, only IPG Photonics offers the widest range of devices in a variety of powers and configurations for a multitude of scientific uses
  • 2.0 micron Thulium-doped fibre lasers
    Medical and other research applications abound for these compact, high-power, wavelength-selectable, single-mode CW or pulsed sources operating in the 1900 to 2400 nm spectral region
  • Raman lasers: Orange or Red wavelengths
    Up to 20 W from a super-compact lightweight optical head linked to a small air-cooled control module makes these lasers ideal for adaptive optics and guide star applications, flow cytometry, holography and spectroscopy

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May 2015 Newsletter Out Now

May 2015 NewsletterThe Elliot Scientific May newsletter is now available. In this issue we announce our new E1100 3-channel piezo actuator controller, look at Gamma Scientific’s high volume Thin Film Measurement Systems, get a taste of Vescent’s ICE laser controllers, pump up the diodes with IPG Photonics fibre amplifiers and lasers, and more…

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December 2012 Newsletter Now Online

December 2012 E-LetterThe Elliot Scientific December newsletter is now available as a PDF. In this issue we cover the Lake Shore upgrade of the CRX-VF Probe Station and announcement of the forthcoming THz Materials Characterisation System, look at AKELA Laser’s new range of diodes and configurable laser module, reveal seven additional Mad City Labs’ products, and wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, and more.

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September 2012 Newsletter Now Online

September 2012 E-LetterThe Elliot Scientific September newsletter is now available as a PDF. In this issue we preview next week’s emc2012 and MICROSCIENCE, highlight FEMTOLASERS & FEMTOOPTICS, look at Lake Shore’s new Electromagnet PSU, promote Photonex, and more.

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October 2011 Newsletter Now Online

October 2011 E-LetterThe Elliot Scientific October newsletter is now available as a PDF. In this issue we look forward to exhibiting at Photonex, where we will be showing our Elliot|Martock range of stages and slides,  nanopositioner’s from Mad City Labs, lasers from KLASTECH, M Squared, FEMTOLASERS and IPG Photonics, plus the Elliot Scientific Optical Tweezer, a Janis Research cryostat, and a whole lot more…

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