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  • Material Processing
  • Semi-Conductor Metrology
  • Laser manufacturing
  • Printing
  • Automotive LIDAR

Photonics is the technology of generating and harnessing light and other forms of radiant energy whose quantum unit is the photon. Photonics involves cutting-edge uses of lasers components and electro-optical devices used in diverse fields of industrial applications such as laser material processing, automotive Lidar, manufacturing of laser devices, printing, semiconductor metrology, and medical devices manufacturing

Our company offers a large portfolio of photonics solutions for industry such as lasers sources at a component or a system level, optical components, fiber-optics components,  detection and imaging devices.

100kW diode source: High efficiency high power diode laser source

 Bernard Azout

Key Features:

  • Up to 120 kW in one line @ 940 & 980 nm
  • Up to 250 kW @ 880 nm
  • Up to 1 MW in 8 lines matric array
  • 880, 940 and 980 nm available
  • Driver available in a separate rack or integrated to the source for 100 kW version
  • Operating with non DI water from +10°C to +40°C
  • Bar pitch 400, 800 or 1.2 mm upon energy per pulse
  • Lifetime warranties from 1 to 10 Gshots upon energy per pulse

1030-1180 nm DFB laser

 Johanna Taieb

Key Features:

  • Wide wavelength lineup: 1030, 1053, 1064, 1080, 1120, 1180 nm and more
  • Stable single mode operation
  • Short pulse (picoseconds, nanoseconds)
  • 400 mW to 1 nanosecond high light power
  • 14-pin butterfly / 7-pin SMPM module
  • Picosecond pulsed driver board
  • 1060 nm gain chip for tunable laser
  • Application: Seeder of fiber laser for machining, LIDAR

Duetto 532 Series

 Michael Iluz

Key Features:

  • from 100 mW to 1W output power at 532 nm SLM
  • feedback locked Single Longitudinal Mode CW operation
  • mode hops and lock loss free
  • very low noise performance
  • excellent beam quality from smallest footprint
  • lowest power consumption for given output

HIGH ENERGY COMPACT PULSED LASERS

 Michael Iluz

Key Features:

  • Plug and play interchangeable harmonic modules to 213nm
  • Twin-rod architecture for high beam homogeneity
  • Intelligent motorised auto-tuning of harmonics
  • Auto-stabilisation for ‘set and forget’ operation
  • Integrated motorised attenuator
  • Easy connections and fast start up
  • High energy and high repetition rate models
  • Super Gaussian, stable and stable-telescopic resonator options
  • LUCi touchscreen or PC control interface
  • Rugged industrial design

High Power Coupler

 Johanna Taieb

Key Features:

  • High power handling up to 20W or higher
  • 1×2 or 2×2 structure, 2×2 is prefer.
  • Parameter refer to telecom coupler
  • CW and Pulse available
  • Custom Configurations Available

High temperature / multi-color QCW stacked array

 Bernard Azout

Key Features:

  • QCW operation
  • Up to 400 W QCW per diode bar
  • Hard sodder technology
  • Wavelengths: 795 – 830 nm, 880 nm and 9xx nm
  • Highly efficient over a large operating temperature range (- 40 to 80°)
  • Options for multi-color emission (2 to 5 colors simultaneously)
  • Low thermal resistance assembly
  • Mechanically robust, shock and vibration resistant
  • Collimation on request with a pitch of 400 µm

LASEA – Ultrafast laser micromaching solutions

 Michael Iluz

Key Features:

  • Cutting and drilling with high speed and without taper
  • Femtosecond, picosecond and nanosecond laser machines
  • Up to 7 axes (5 mechanical axes and 2 optical axes)
  • Simultaneous movements of mechanical and optical axes for faster and improved machining results
  • Autofocus
  • Software tailored for industrial processes and compatible with main Enterprises Resource Planning and management software
  • Pallets and plates control by Pick & Place robot
    Industrial vision system for improved manufacturing processes (shape recognition and automatic positioning) as well as automatic quality control of manufactured pieces

MCS-CT3 pulse counting instrument

 Johanna Taieb

Key Features:

  • count rates up to 150 MHz
  • trigger input for synchronous counting
  • accepts TTL input
  • two modules can be operated simultaneously
  • easily configured as a laboratory rate-meter
  • channel widths from 200µs to 999hr
  • number of channels from 1 to 65535, or continuous operation
  • software can be customised by user
  • compact