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Taiko PDL M1 – Your Rhythm. Our Light.

Taiko PDL M1 – smart picosecond laser driver with a laser head.

Berlin (Germany), 02 Mai 2018 – Take full control over your pulsed picosecond light sources with PicoQuant recently released Taiko PDL M1 smart laser driver. This laser driver is tailor-made for the most demanding applications in life and material science, semiconductor diagnostic as well as laser-ranging.

The Taiko PDL M1 is able to monitor and control most laser head parameters such as optical output power or laser head temperature. It offers unmatched operational flexibility, including a wide range of repetition rates, burst patterns, continuous wave operation, and external triggering. Featuring both an intuitive local one button control scheme and a versatile remote user interface, operating a laser has never been more easy and enjoyable. The two interfaces are fully synchronized and can be used simultaneously.

With its ease-of-use and robustness, the Taiko PDL M1 enables even novice users to carry out demanding time-resolved applications on time scales ranging from very short (fluorescence lifetime investigations) to very long (study of phosphorescence dynamics). As befitting a high-end laser driver with outstanding hard- and software quality, the Taiko PDL M1 comes with PicoQuant’s 5-year warranty.

About PicoQuant  

PicoQuant is a leading research and development company specializing in optoelectronics, which was founded in 1996. The company, based in the science and technology park of Berlin-Adlershof, Germany, is a worldwide leader in the field of single photon counting applications. The product portfolio encompasses picosecond pulsed diode lasers and LEDs, photon counting instrumentation, fluorescence lifetime spectrometers, FLIM and FCS upgrade kits for laser scanning microscopes as well as time-resolved confocal and super-resolution microscopes. Since April 2008 Sales and Support in North America is handled by PicoQuant Photonics North America Inc. The PicoQuant group employs currently around 80 people.

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