Litron Lasers is a manufacturer of pulsed and CW Nd:YAG lasers. All of our lasers are designed and manufactured by Litron in Rugby, England.
Litron was formed in 1997 and pioneered commercial Photodiode energy monitors while developing a technology base for manufacturing solid state lasers. Litron's first laser products were launched in 2002 and this has developed into a set of standard models and configurations including dedicated PIV systems and high energy pulsed lasers.
Litron currently supplies lasers for OEMs and system integrators looking for a dedicated supplier of laser source solutions. These are supplied for industrial process & sensing machines, scientific research machines, medical process equipment and to scientific end users developing the next generation of laser based processes.
As well as an extremely comprehensive range of standard products Litron offers the expertise to produce complex custom Nd:YAG laser systems.
Nd:YLF Lasers (Neodymium-Doped Yttrium Lithium Fluoride)
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