Metrolux GmbH was founded in 1995 in Göttingen, Germany. The general manager is Dr. Carsten Fischer. The company developes, produces and sells high quality products for laser beam analysing and opticals charcterization for all spectral ranges. One of our special forces are products for the ultraviolet spectral range, as well as special constructions on customer demands.
The specialist for laser beam profiling and optical diagnostics
- intensity distribution of laser beams and laser spots
- quality factor of laser (M²)
- power / energy of laser
- wavefront of laser and optics
- spectral transmission and reflection of optical components in the EUV wavelength range
- spectral distribution of XUV and NIR light sources
- detectors for XUV, UV, VIS, NIR, CO2
- attenuation for laser beams
- optical components for near field and far field measurement
- standard optical components
- complete measurement tools for laser
- customized solutions for hardware and software
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