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SuperLight Photonics offers
world’s first portable wideband laser
SuperLight Photonics, specialist in supercontinuum lasers, has developed the first revolutionary portable wideband laser, the SLP-1000.
Its high-quality smooth wide spectral output offers an unrivalled light source for a wide range of industrial and bio-medical imaging applications and for the dynamic world of spectroscopy.
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Wide spectral band (NIR)
Smooth spectral output
Short pulse width
Low power consumption
PAD - Patterned Alternating Dispersion™, offers a high-quality, coherent and stable spectral output 450nm@-3dB, 1500nm@-20dB in the Near Infrared (NIR) band at a repetition rate of 100MHz with shorter than 20fs pulses
>400nm @ -3dB to >2000nm @-30db
Short pulse duration of around 20fs, an advantage of having a highly efficient supercontinuum generator
12W average - 60W maximum
25% of seed to a maximum of 1W at input
Spectral output optimization
PAD - Patterned Alternating Dispersion™ mechanism
Portable wideband laser with a compact and rugged design, weighing 900gr or 32oz
Box dimensions 17.5cm x 9.6cm x 5.2cm, with a total volume of approx. 874cm^3 - or - 6.88”x 3.77” x 2.04”, with a total volume of approx. 52.91”^3
Same repetition rate as the seed laser
The SLP-1000 uses a seed laser from Menlo Systems, a global supplier of instrumentation for high-precision photonics metrology.
The laser output is equipped with a Thorlabs-compatible screw thread (SM05), seamlessly integrating with other products from Thorlabs, a global designer and manufacturer of photonics equipment.
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More information on the applications we support
SuperLight Photonics proudly answers
the industry demand for a
portable, high-quality wideband laser
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The SLP-1000 datasheet is still in preliminary status. Please complete the form and we will send you the current version now and the final version when it becomes available.