Tucson, AZ - NP Photonics Inc. will introduce a mid-infrared (IR) supercontinuum fiber laser, called the SpectraChrome laser, at Laser World of Photonics 2013, booth B1.459, from May 13 to 16, in Munich, Germany. The SpectraChrome laser is the first laser source to be launched from the company's new family of mid-infrared products.
The SpectraChrome laser delivers a supercontinuum spectrum from <1000 nm to >4500 nm. This broad emission spectrum across the mid-IR offers users a turnkey, ultra-broadband, IR source in a compact, reliable package.
"The SpectraChrome laser emits in a particular part of the spectrum that is key in sensing and spectroscopy," said Terry Hannon, president and CEO of NP Photonics.
The new SpectraChrome laser is a quasi-continuous wave 30 MHz system producing picosecond pulses ideal for time-resolved metrology. The fiber-delivered output allows for easy integration into any tool or research environment.