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Omicron Launches Sole Laser Light Engine for Biotechnology Applications

Omicron’s engineering team based in Rodgau, Germany announced that it has developed a new laser range for biotechnology applications. The Sole Laser Light Engines integrate a maximum of six emission wavelengths and pair them with single mode fibers.

Sole Laser Light Engine

Sole Light Engines’ lasers come with a maximum output power of 150 mW at every wavelength or up to six or three wavelengths ranging from 375 nm to 830 nm. The light sources are DPSS lasers and diode laser, whose beams are efficiently integrated and paired with one or two polarization maintaining single mode fibers.

Sole Light Engine has a direct electronic control feature that enables high-speed analogue, digital modulation, and swift switching between individual laser series. The user has the choice of choosing from over 20 wavelengths. Well-known wavelengths of the laser lines are 642 nm, 561 nm, 488 nm, and 405 nm. It also features popular wavelengths such as 730 nm, 594 nm, 442 nm, and 375 nm.

The device can be operated conveniently by using the Windows compatible laser control software and an integrated USB 2.0 interface. It offers a convenient solution to manage the Plug-and-Play solution for fields such as flow cytometry and microscopy.


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